The creature from the black lagoon is captured and taken to a Florida aquarium to be studied in Revenge of the Creature (1955). Mike and the Bots almost crash into Earth and when they try ... See full summary »

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Bill Corbett ...
Crow T. Robot / Extra Monkey / Phil
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Tom Servo / Professor Bobo / Wade the Nanite
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The creature from the black lagoon is captured and taken to a Florida aquarium to be studied in Revenge of the Creature (1955). Mike and the Bots almost crash into Earth and when they try to get in touch in Deep 13, it's not Dr. Forester who responds to their call. Meanwhile, Mike and Tom try to figure out why Crow seems so different. Written by skillwithaquill

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This was the first episode of the series to feature Bill Corbett as Crow. See more »

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[the Gill Man is being revived]
Crow T. Robot: Just flush him!
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Spoofs Planet of the Apes (1968) See more »

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Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Kevin Murphy
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Popular 1955 Creature Feature Torn To Shreds By Comedians
8 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

The sequel to the classic Creature From The Black Lagoon is here. The movie, Revenge Of The Creature (1955), is about the creature being held captive in an amusement park in Florida.

At first I was a bit surprised that Revenge Of The Creature was going to be ridiculed on Mystery Theatre as I never viewed it as a bad movie and I could not see what the jokes would be based on.

However, to my surprise, there is a lot to laugh about when three comedians watch Revenge Of The Creature!

Jokes include comments about "handsome" men, an early Clint Eastwood gig, 1950s male swimming costumes, old men acting in "talkies", lesbians, a woman's fondness for a dog, misplaced music cues, "racist" treatment of the creature, confusing end credits, etc.

This is the only way to see this movie, don't even think about seeing it without the Mystery Theatre jokes!


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