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210- KING DINOSAUR
with short: "X MARKS THE SPOT"

First shown: 12/22/90.
Opening: Beat poetry.
Invention exchange: Crushed Dr. F. is the pocket scientist, incredibly stinky sweat socks.
Host segment 1: Crow asks "Am I qualified?"
Host segment 2: Joey the lemur.
Host segment 3: The "Emotional Scientist" sketch collapses.
End: Robert Lippert's movies, the theramin, letter.
Stinger: Gator wrestling aftermath.

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210 - KING DINOSAUR (1955; NR; 63m)
a.k.a. EL PLANETA INFERNAL (Mexico)
Shown with Short: 210S-X Marks the Spot

Ad: "See a Prehistoric World of Fantastic Adventure Come to Life!"

Ad: "You'll be SHOCKED!
You'll be STUNNED!
You'll be THRILLED!"

Ad: "Mightiest Monster of Them All!"

Plot: Four astronauts land on a planet where they find iguana-like dinosaurs and a lemur (which is really a kinkajou), so they nuke the place.

Exec: Robert L. Lippert
(201-Rocketship X-M; 203-Jungle Goddess; 208-Lost Continent;
520-Radar Secret Service; 611-Last of the Wild Horses)
Prod/Dir: Bert I. Gordon*
Prod/Sto: Al Zimbalist (prod/107-Robot Monster)
Prod/Animal Sup: Ralph Helfer (Savage Harvest)
Assoc Prod: Joe Bushelman
Asst Dir: Robert Agnew (Master of the World)
Asst Dir: Elmer Decker (The Invisible Menace)
Scr: Tom Gries (Hunters of the Deep; dir/100 Rifles; Helter Skelter)
Sto: Bert I. Gordon (313-Earth Vs. The Spider; 414-Tormented)
Cin: Gordon Avil (Don't Knock the Twist; sound dir/107)
Ed: John Bushelman (523-Village of the Giants)
Ed: Jack Cornall (The Cat; sound fx/523)
SFX: Howard A. Anderson (104-Women of the Prehistoric Planet; 524-12 to the Moon; 623-The Amazing Transparent Man;
1010-It Lives By Night; Oscar nom/Tobruk)
Sound Sup: Rod Sutton (1010; K19-Hangar 18; 108-Slime People)
Score: Mischa Terr a.k.a. Manuel Francisco (320-The Unearthly;
607-Bloodlust; 610-The Violent Years; 613-The Sinister Urge)
Score: Louis Palance

Dr. Ralph Martin / Bill Bryant (Battle of Rogue River)
Dr. Patricia Bennett / Wanda Curtis
Dr. Richard Gordon / Douglas Henderson
(From Here To Eternity; The Manchurian Candidate)
Nora Pierce / Patti Gallagher (Top Secret Affair)
narrator / Marvin Miller (422-The Day The Earth Froze;
902-The Phantom Planet; TV's The Millionaire)

Trivia: Once again, stock footage from One Million B.C. is used. Besides KING DINOSAUR, Bronson Canyon was used for exterior shots in the filming of 107-ROBOT MONSTER; 311-IT CONQUERED THE WORLD; 315-TEENAGE CAVEMAN; 317-VIKING WOMEN; 319-WAR OF THE COLOSSAL BEAST; 404-TEENAGERS FROM OUTER SPACE; and 701-NIGHT OF THE BLOOD BEAST.

BERT IRA GORDON, a.k.a. Mr. B.I.G., directed the most MSTed movies...eight! Besides this one, he did 309-AMAZING COLOSSAL MAN; 313-EARTH VS. THE SPIDER; 319-WAR OF THE COLOSSAL BEAST; 411-THE MAGIC SWORD; 414-TORMENTED; 517-BEGINNING OF THE END; and 523-VILLAGE OF THE GIANTS. He also produced or co-produced these films, and for most of them, did the special effects with his wife Flora. His other films are: 1956-The Cyclops; 1958-Attack of the Puppet People; 1960-The Boy and the Pirates; 1966-Picture Mommy Dead; 1970-How To Succeed with Sex; 1972-Necromancy (in which he directed the great Orson Welles!); The Mad Bomber; The Witching; 1976-Food of the Gods; 1977-Empire of the Ants (with Joan Collins); 1981-The Coming; 1984-Doing It; 1986-The Big Bet; 1989-Malediction; and 1990-Satan's Princess.

Last Updated: 6/20/1999

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210S - X MARKS THE SPOT (1940's; 20m)
Shown with Movie: 210-King Dinosaur

Short Type: Educational

Plot: An angel-in-training has trouble watching over a careless driver.

Pres By: State of New Jersey Department of Motor Vehicles
Dir: Warren Murray (Ain't Misbehavin'wink.gif
Tech Adv: Leo R. Welch
Cin: George Webber (Sepia Cinderella; Boy! What A Girl)
Ed: Richard Carver
Music: Samuel Benavie (610S-A Young Man's Fancy; American Harvest)

Joe Doakes / Edmon Ryan (Topaz; Undercover Girl)
Guardian Angel / George Mathews*
Judge / Richard Gordon (Jolson Sings Again; The Marrying Kind)
narrator / Del Sharbutt (Cuban Pete; Hit Parade of 1947)
himself / Comm. Arthur W. Magee, State of N.J. DMV
his secretary / unknown

Classic Line: "Momentum was just another name in the physics book as far as Joe was concerned."

Trivia: Looking like a former boxer (and perhaps being one), character actor GEORGE MATHEWS appeared in a number of good movies including: 1944's Up in Arms starring Danny Kaye; 1945's The Great John L; The Corn in Green with Bette Davis; 1952's Pat and Mike with Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy; 1953's City Beneath the Sea with Robert Ryan, Mala Powers and Anthony Quinn; 1955's The Man with the Golden Arm (starring Frank Sinatra); 1957's Gunfight at the O.K. Corral with Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas; 1960's Heller in Pink Tights starring Sophia Loren and Anthony Quinn; and 1971's Going Home with Robert Mitchum.

X MARKS THE SPOT was the first short riffed by MST3K, which came from the vast collection of film archivist RICK PRELINGER, born in 1953. If Prelinger had not been on a mission to save these corporate, governmental and educational films (25,000 saved of the 600,000 made from the 1930's through the 1960's), they probably would have been lost forever. Even more than Hollywood's feature films, these short films document the mores and living habits American society as well as corporate viewpoints. Older Americans remember seeing some of these shorts in movie theaters prior to a double feature, and most Baby Boomers saw some of these shorts in school. You can learn about these shorts through his first CD-ROM, "Ephemeral Films 1931-1960," and his subsequent twelve CD-ROM set entitled "Our Secret Century."

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