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X Marks the Spot (1944)

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An angel-in-training has trouble watching over a careless driver, and must plead his case before the Judge Angel.

Director:

Warren Murray
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Cast

Cast overview:
Edmon Ryan ... Joe Doakes
George Mathews ... Guardian Angel
Dick Gordon ... The Judge
Del Sharbutt Del Sharbutt ... Narrator (voice)
Arthur W. Magee Arthur W. Magee ... Himself - Commissioner of State of New Jersey Dept. of Motor Vehicles
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An angel-in-training has trouble watching over a careless driver, and must plead his case before the Judge Angel.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Mono
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The first short featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988) See more »

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The type of car Joe drives changes several times. See more »

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Referenced in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Earth vs. the Spider (1991) See more »

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"And without energy! Will you wake up!? C'mon!"
10 May 2002 | by quampSee all my reviews

This short film was designed to scare drivers in the 1940's. It talks about how drivers in New Jersey are often careless on the road. Watching Arthur W. McGee speak is like watching paint dry. After we endure his way-too-long speech, we're forced to watch a dystopian version of It's a Wonderful Life. Only the actors here can't act. Rightfully torn to shreds on Mystery Science Theater 3000, this short is boring by today's standards.


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