Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 7, Episode 20

Danger! Death Ray (7 Jan. 1995)

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Danger!! Death Ray (1967) features a slick secret agent investigating an evil organization that stole a top secret death ray. Tom makes his own death ray for peaceful use but caves in to ... See full summary »

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Danger!! Death Ray (1967) features a slick secret agent investigating an evil organization that stole a top secret death ray. Tom makes his own death ray for peaceful use but caves in to the pressure to use it on Crow. Later, the Bots stage an episode of "This is your life" for Mike and Crow shows off his sunglasses designs. Written by skillwithaquill

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In one host segment, Crow is blasted by a death ray constructed by Servo and is shown smoldering for the rest of the scene. During the filming of this segment, the "burning Crow" prop accidentally burst into flames. In addition to being included in the first "MST3K: Poopie!" blooper compilation tape, this humorous incident was left in the final cut of the episode, although it omits a quip made immediately afterward by Crow's puppeteer and voice actor, Trace Beaulieu. See more »

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Crow T. Robot: By now the death ray is completely forgotten.
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References The Merv Griffin Show (1962) See more »

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Watermelon Man
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Written by Herbie Hancock
Performed by Trace Beaulieu, Kevin Murphy, and Michael J. Nelson
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