Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 1, Episode 6

Gamera vs. Gaos (18 Dec. 1988)

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Tom Servo gets his new "Mighty Voice" and a chance to use it during another Gamera film. Crow is still frozen.

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Gaos, a giant flying reptile (similar in appearance to Rodan) is awakened by an active volcano, and it's up to Gamera (a giant flying turtle)to defeat Gaos with the help of a small boy who develops a telepathic link to Gamera. The entire world is threatened by Gaos and its unusual high-pitched cry that can cut through the strongest metal like it was butter. Will Gamera be able to defeat it? Or will Gaos defeat Gamera and be a threat to Japan and the whole world? Written by J Rice

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gamera | local tv | madman

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Trace Beaulieu was unable to appear in this episode, so Crow was written out. See more »

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Let's Call the Whole Thing Off
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Written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin
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