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Martian Space Party (1972)

| Short, Comedy, Sci-Fi
A concert film/mockumentary posing as live news coverage from the 1972 National Surrealist Party Convention, interupted by news flashes from Monster Island, where the president is denied ... See full summary »

Director:

Steve Gillmor

Writers:

Philip Austin (as The Firesign Theatre), Peter Bergman (as The Firesign Theatre) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Annalee Austin Annalee Austin ... (as Annalee)
Philip Austin Philip Austin ... (as The Firesign Theatre)
Peter Bergman Peter Bergman ... (as The Firesign Theatre)
David Ossman David Ossman ... (as The Firesign Theatre)
Tinika 'Tiny' Ossman Tinika 'Tiny' Ossman ... (as Tiny)
Phil Proctor ... (as The Firesign Theatre)
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A concert film/mockumentary posing as live news coverage from the 1972 National Surrealist Party Convention, interupted by news flashes from Monster Island, where the president is denied entrance to the forbidden city, but does meet his nemesis, Glutomoto. Written by HasNoName <hnn@apk.net>

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Not Insane! See more »

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Short | Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

The Firesign Theatre's Martian Space Party See more »

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References King Kong (1933) See more »

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The Firesign Theatre's only live performance
13 November 1998 | by cinefanSee all my reviews

This film is the only existing record of the Firesign Theatre performing live. It's not one of their best pieces of material (most of it would appear on the album "Not Insane/Anything You Want To), but the performance is lively and it is certainly a great time capsule. Plus, the Firesign Theatre is possibly the greatest unsung comedy troupe of the last 30 years, and it's great to have this film around as a memento of their golden years in the late '60s/early '70s. Plus, some of the lines here are inexplicably hilarious.


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