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Mystery Science Theater 3000: Teen-Age Strangler (Season 6 / Ep. 14) [1964] (1 disc)

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Director:Ben Parker
Writer:Clark Davis
Composer:Danny Dean
Length:92 minutes
(1 hour 32 minutes)
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Sorting Category:Comedy
IMDB Rating:8.1/10
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Synopsis: A troubled teen with an undeserved criminal past is the suspect when young women start turning up around town dead and marked up with lipstick.


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Ben Parker => Director
Clark Davis => Writer
Danny Dean => Composer
Bill Bloom => Jimmy Walton
Frank Conniff => TV's Frank
Jim Mallon => Gypsy
Jo Canterbury => Betty Royson
John Ensign => Lt. Anderson
John Humphries => Mikey Walton
Kevin Murphy => Tom Servo
Michael J. Nelson => Mike Nelson
Ron Ormond => Janitor (uncredited)
Stacy Smith => Mary
Trace Beaulieu => Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • John Humphries had never acted before doing this film. He has since said that he took his acting cues from Jo Canterbury who he knew had some acting experience Off-Broadway. So as her performance became more teary and shrill, so did his.
  • This film was featured on [Mystery Science Theater 3000] (1988) in 1993. John Humphries, who, in his only acting appearance, played Mikey, was a special guest at the first [Mystery Science Theater 3000] convention in 1994.
  • While it was largely ignored upon its release in 1964, the film's showing on [Mystery Science Theater 3000] (1988) in 1993 revitalized interest in it, so much so that it was given a premiere showing in Huntington, West Virginia (where it was filmed) in 1994. The premiere was attended by several surviving cast and crew members.