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K19- HANGAR 18

First shown: 5/14/89.
Opening: Joel introduces the film, and then it's movie sign! This is one the shortest host segments ever--right up there with "Waffles!".
Host segment 1: A meteor shower is about to strike the Satellite of Love! Joel explains the tragic consequences if the hull is punctured and the ship loses its oxygen: "No more Kibbles n' Bots, and no mid-morning pleasure stimulations!" Crow tells him to lighten up. (This segment appears on the MST3K Scrapbook tape.)
Host segment 2: Joel purges Crow's memory, dumping all non-essential rememberences. "Every PUNKY BREWSTER episode? Dump! The LYLE WAGNER PENILE IMPLANT SHOW? Dump!"
Host segment 3: Joel taps into Crow's brain, and shows him his first memory--the moment when he was first turned on. In the bit, Joel explains that "CROW" is actually an acronym, which stands for "Cybernetic Remotely-Operated Woman." Crow, alarmed to discover that he's really female, begins to panic ("THIRTYSOMETHING is on! I need some chocolate!"wink.gif until Joel reveals it's all a joke. (This skit appears on the MST3K Scrapbook tape.)
End: Joel announces that there are nearly 1,000 members in the fan club now, and the 1,000th member will win "self satisfaction and a demon dog!"
Special Notes: The first host segment's "meteor shower" plotline is vaguely reminiscent of the legendary "meteor shower" scene in MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000: THE MOVIE, which was regrettably cut at Gramercy's insistence.

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K19 - HANGAR 18 (1980; PG; 97m)
a.k.a. INVASION FORCE (TV release; with different ending)
Plot: After crashing on Earth, bodies of aliens are examined at a secret government research center.

Prod: Charles E. Sellier Jr. (The Boogens)
Assoc Prod: Bill Cornford (Earthbound)
Dir/Sto: James L. Conway (dir/The Boogens)
Scr: Steven Thornley (TV's High Chaparral)
Sto: Thomas C. Chapman (The Boogens)
Cin: Paul Hipp (In Search of Historic Jesus)
Cin: Craig Camp (cam/Robocop 2)
Ed: Michael Spence (The Boogens)
SFX: Harry Woolman
(704-The Incredible Melting Man;
706-Laserblast; 815-Agent for H.A.R.M.)
Cos: Julie Staheli (In Search of Historic Jesus)
M/U: Karoly Balazs (Class of 1999)
M/U FX: Ken Horn (The Hills Have Eyes)
2nd Unit Dir: Henning Schellerup (704; Earthbound)
Asst Dir: Leon Dudevoir (Earthbound; The Boogens)
Asst Dir: Dennis M. White (Earthbound; Mortuary Academy)
PMgr: Daxon Thomas (Earthbound; The Boogens)
PDes: Paul Staheli (In Search of Historic Jesus)
ADir: Chip Radaelli (Stolen Babies; pdes/Fast Getaway)
Set: Randy Staheli (Earthbound)
Sound: Glen Glenn (105-The Corpse Vanishes;
322-Master Ninja I; 324-Master Ninja II)
Sound Mixer: Rod Sutton (108-The Slime People;
210-King Dinosaur; 1010-It Lives By Night; The Boogens)
Stunt Coor: Greg Brickman (actor/811-Parts: The Clonus Horror)
Stunt Coor: Tom Lupo (stunts/Eraser; L.A. Confidential)
Stunts Cons: Alan Gibbs (actor/512-Mitchell; Nickelodeon)
Score: John Cacavas (K13-SST Death Flight; K15-Superdome)

Steve Bancroft / Gary Collins (Airport; TV's The Sixth Sense)
Gordon Cain / Robert Vaughn*
Lew Price / James Hampton (TV's F-Troop)
Frank Morrison / Philip Abbott (The Invisible Boy)
Frank Lafferty / Joseph Campanella (St. Valentine's Day Massacre)
Sarah Michaels / Pamela Bellwood (TV's Dynasty)
Phil Cameron / Tom Hallick (Satan's Mistress; Rare Breed)
Paul Bannister / Steven Keats (Hester Street; Black Sunday)
Professor Mills / William Schallert
(511-Gunslinger; 602-Invasion USA; TV's Patty Duke Show)
Harry Forbes / Darren McGavin (TV's Kolchak: The Night Stalker)
Sheriff Barlow / Cliff Osmond (The Fortune Cookie; The Front Page)
Neal Kelso / Andrew Bloch (Abduction; In Search of Historic Jesus)
Sam Tate / Stuart Pankin (Scavenger Hunt; The Hollywood Knights)
Flo Mattson / Betty Ann Carr (Inferno in Paradise)
flight director / H.M. Wynant (305-Stranded in Space)
Ace Landon / Bill Zuckert (The Cincinnati Kid)
milo #4 / Jesse Bennett (Blind Witness; Incident at Dark River)
helicopter pilot / Robert Bristol (Night Train to Terror)
milo #3 / Ed E. Carroll (811; Arabian Knight)
Judd Gates / J.R. Clark (Ssssssss)
Captain Wyatt / Craig Clyde (Evil in Clear River; Tripwire)
NASA official / John William Galt (Forrest Gump; J.F.K.)
technician / Anne Galvan (The Bermuda Triangle)
pilot / Ken Hepner
milo #1 / Michael Irving (Personal Services; Vroom)
milo #2 / Bruce Katzman (Wise Guys)
bartender / Peter Liakakis
female specimen / Debra MacFarlane
a.f. captain / Chet Norris (Slumber Party '57)
capcom officer / H.E.D. Redford (Earthbound; Footloose)
payload officer / Max Robinson (Silent Night, Deadly Night)
a.f. guard / Ocie Robinson
George Turner / Michael Ruud (Earthbound)
flight activity officer / Scott Wilkinson (The Boogens; Harry's War)

Trivia: Born in 1932, actor ROBERT VAUGHN is known worldwide for his role as the dashing Napoleon Solo on the TV series "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." (1964-6cool1.gif, a role which garnered him two Golden Globe nominations. (He repeated the role in a 1983 TV-movie). Vaughn started in movies in 1955 and was nominated for a Supporting Actor Oscar for 1959's The Young Philadelphians, just one year after doing the title role in the cheesy Roger Corman flick 315-TEENAGE CAVEMAN! In 1994 on the MST3000's Turkey Day, Vaughn even was a guest host along with Adam West, Mamie Van Doren, and Beverly Garland.

In addition to his many guest appearances on various TV shows, here is a filmography of Robert Vaughn's other notable film and television work:

I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955) starring Susan Hayward
The Ten Commandments (1956) starring Charlton Heston
Hell's Crossroads (1957) with Stephen McNally, Peggy Castle
Unwed Mother (195cool1.gif with Billie Bird
The Magnificent Seven (1960) starring Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen
The Caretakers (1963) starring Robert Stack, Joan Crawford
"The Lieutenant" (1963 TV series) with Gary Lockwood
The Glass Bottom Boat (1966) starring Doris Day and Rod Taylor
Bullitt (196cool1.gif with McQueen, Jacqueline Bisset, Robert Duvall
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium (1969) with Suzanne Pleshette
Julius Caesar (1970) with Heston, Jason Robards, John Gielgud
"The Protectors" (1972 TV series)
The Towering Inferno (1974) with McQueen, Paul Newman
Columbo: Troubled Waters (1975 TV-movie) with Peter Falk
Captains and the Kings (1976 TV mini-series)
Starship Invasions (1977) with Christopher Lee
Washington: Behind Closed Doors
(1977 TV mini-series) won Supporting Actor Emmy
The Lucifer Complex (197cool1.gif with Keenan Wynn, Aldo Ray
Brass Target (197cool1.gif with John Cassavetes, Sophia Loren
Centennial (1978 TV mini-series)
Backstairs at the White House (1979 TV mini-series) got Emmy nom.
Doctor Franken (1980 TV-movie) with Teri Garr
Battle Beyond the Stars (1980) with Richard Thomas, John Saxon
S.O.B. (1981) starring a bare-breasted Julie Andrews
The Blue and the Gray (1982 TV mini-series)
Superman III (1983) starring Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor
"Emerald Point N.A.S." (1983-4 TV series) with Dennis Weaver
The Last Bastion (1984 TV-movie) with Timothy West
The Delta Force (1986) with Chuck Norris, Lee Marvin
"The A-Team" (1986-7 TV series) starring Mr. T
River of Death (1989) with Donald Pleasence, Herbert Lom
Transylvania Twist (1989) with Teri Copley, Steve Altman
Buried Alive (1990) with Pleasence, John Carradine
Escape to Witch Mountain (1995) with Pleasence, Ray Milland
Joe's Apartment (1996) with Jerry O'Connell
BASEketball (199cool1.gif

Last Updated: 6/14/1999

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