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Mystery Science Theater 3000: Girl in Gold Boots (Season 11 / Ep. 2) [1968]

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Director:Ted V. Mikels
Writer:Art Names
John T. Wilson
Leighton J. Peatman
Composer:Nicholas Carras
Length:92 minutes
(1 hour 32 minutes)
MPAA Rating:R
Suggested Event Use:April Fools
Sorting Category:Comedy
IMDB Rating:8.4/10
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  • Family
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  • Romance
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Synopsis: A young woman heads off with a stranger to become a dancer in a night club. Nothing bad can come from this, right?


Reaction: A bit tedious to watch, but there are a few very funny moments, like the teleportation.


Personal Rating: 4/10

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Ted V. Mikels => Director
Art Names => Writer
John T. Wilson => Writer
Leighton J. Peatman => Writer
Nicholas Carras => Composer
Bara Byrnes => Joanie Nichols
Bill Corbett => Observer (MST) / Crow T. Robot (MST)
Chris Howard => Chris
Harry Lovejoy => Harry Blatz
James Victor => Joey
Jody Daniels => Finley 'Critter' Jones
Kevin Murphy => Tom Servo (MST) / Professor Bobo (MST)
Leslie McRae => Michele Casey
Mark Herron => Leo McCabe
Mary Jo Pehl => Pearl Forrester (MST)
Michael J. Nelson => Mike Nelson (MST)
Patrick Brantseg => Gypsy (MST)
Paul Chaplin => Institute of Mad Scientists Inspector (MST)
Rod Wilmoth => Officer
Tom Pace => Buz Nichols
Victor Izay => Mr. Casey
William Bagdad => Marty

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • In the diner while Michele and Critter are talking, Buzz is nowhere to be seen, and yet, a second later, he appears next to them. This was an error introduced in the conversion to home video. The DVD version clearly shows Buzz getting up and returning with a beer, instead of teleporting into frame.
  • This is Michael J. Nelson's favorite episode.