Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 9, Episode 3

The Mole People (15 Feb. 1997)

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Three archeologists discover an underground civilization but are taken prisoner by the natives in The Mole People (1956). Bobo suffers though Lawgiver Daze and Mike does his best to imitate the professor from the movie.

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Three archeologists discover an underground civilization but are taken prisoner by the natives in The Mole People (1956). Bobo suffers though Lawgiver Daze and Mike does his best to imitate the professor from the movie.

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[John Agar finds Adad strumming lightly on a ukelele]
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Written by Ritchie Adams and Alan Bernstein
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