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Mystery Science Theater 3000: Lords of the Deep [1989]

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Director:Mary Ann Fisher
Writer:Daryl Haney
Howard R. Cohen
Composer:Jim Berenholtz
Length:90 minutes
(1 hour 30 minutes)
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Sorting Category:Comedy
IMDB Rating:7.5/10
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Synopsis: In part three of a Gauntlet six-movie binge, Jonah and the bots take on the 1989 film Lords of the Deep: researchers and miners aboard a self-contained undersea laboratory come in contact with the inhabitants of an undiscovered world.


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Mary Ann Fisher => Director
Daryl Haney => Writer / O'Neill
Howard R. Cohen => Writer
Jim Berenholtz => Composer
Bradford Dillman => Dobler
Eb Lottimer => Seaver
Gregory Sobeck => Engel (as Greg Sobeck)
John Lafayette => Shuttle commander
Mel Ryane => Barbara (as Melody Ryane)
Priscilla Barnes => Claire
Richard Young => Chadwick
Roger Corman => Corporate executive (uncredited)
Stephen Davies => Fernandez

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • [?] Robert Skotak and [?] Dennis Skotak created the underwater visual effects. When a crew member asked Robert why he chose to work on such a low budget film, he replied, "It's four weeks paid work, and on a Roger Corman movie, you get to work with people on their way up, and on their way down."
  • For Priscilla Barnes, 1989 was a year of contrasts. She also played Felix Lighter's bride in Licence to Kill (1989).
  • Deep Star Six (1989) was the first release of several underwater-monster-themed feature films released during 1989-90, including The Abyss (1989), Leviathan (1989), The Evil Below (1989), and Lords of the Deep (1989), and 'The Rift' (aka 'Endless Descent', 1990). With the exception of 'The Abyss', none of these films were box office hits.