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Desc:1960s Los Angeles, a would-be dancer, a college dropout, and an icky elf
Category:Classic Movies, Humor
Tags:Mst3k, teleportation, casey kasem, dune buggy, not really Casey Kasem
Submitted:Bort
Date:10/27/11
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Comment count is 10
blue vein steel - 2011-10-27
Needs a Casey Kasem tag
RockBolt - 2011-10-27
A tour de force in editing
Innocent Bystander - 2011-10-27
Let's just balance the scales to counter Wonko the Douche there.
Bort - 2011-10-27
Well what can you expect, he's just a child!

Trivia: the guy who plays Leo McCabe is Mark Herron, who was married to Judy Garland at the time this was filmed. After they divorced, he took up with an actor named Henry Brandon.

StanleyPain - 2011-10-27
God bless Ted V Mikels. I was always amazed MST never got around to Astro Zombies. In fact, neither has any of the MST spinoffs. For shame, guys.
FABIO - 2011-10-27
This is one of those episodes where the movie was SO bad that I couldn't sit through it no matter how funny the jokes were.
Modern Angel - 2011-10-27
No way. I love this movie. I'm a huge sucker for the late 60s/early 70s scary hippy stereotype movies.

Caminante Nocturno - 2011-10-27
My dad has the same problem with Alien from LA.

Bort - 2011-10-27
This one's much better than "Alien from L.A.", and it even flirts with quality on occasion. I want to force George Lucas to watch this one and take notes on how the characters are steadily revealed through actions rather than clumsy exposition, and how the plot unfolds largely as a result of the choices the characters make.

... Though I still can't explain the dune buggy.

BHWW - 2011-10-27
Some favorite lines from this film -

"You know what this place needs? A business card jar."

Aha, front page!
"Yeah, front page of the LA Times: ' Robbery, No One Hurt.'"

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