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Ator, the Fighting Eagle 

In part six of a Gauntlet six-movie binge, Jonah and the bots take on the 1982 film Ator, the Fighting Eagle: Ator battles giant spiders, swordsmen in shadows, zombie warriors, and witches.

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Joel Hodgson, Rob Schrab
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Episode credited cast:
Felicia Day ... Kinga Forrester
Patton Oswalt ... Max (TV's Son of TV's Frank)
Jonah Ray ... Jonah Heston
Baron Vaughn ... Tom Servo
Hampton Yount ... Crow T. Robot
Grant Baciocco ... M. Waverly
Joel Hodgson Joel Hodgson ... Ardy
Deanna Rooney ... Dr. Donna St. Phibes
Tim Ryder ... Bonehead #1
Zach Thompson Zach Thompson ... Bonehead #2
Russ Walko Russ Walko ... Growler
J. Elvis Weinstein ... Dr. Laurence Erhardt
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tony Bevilacqua Tony Bevilacqua ... The Skeleton Crew
Matthew Compton ... The Skeleton Crew (as Matthew 'Cornbread' Compton)
Denver Dalley Denver Dalley ... The Skeleton Crew
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In part six of a Gauntlet six-movie binge, Jonah and the bots take on the 1982 film Ator, the Fighting Eagle: Ator battles giant spiders, swordsmen in shadows, zombie warriors, and witches.

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TV-14
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Release Date:

22 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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MST3K Episode 301 "Cave Dwellers" is the sequel to Ator The Fighting Eagle. Ator was also given the RiffTrax treatment by fellow MST3K alumni Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett. See more »

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Tom Servo: Surveillance, a new fragrance by Calvin Klein.
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References RuPaul's Drag Race (2009) See more »

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We're Off to See the Wizard
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Music by Harold Arlen
Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
Performed by Jonah Ray and Baron Vaughn
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Funny, but didn't stand out like the others.
27 November 2018 | by jamesreviewsthingsSee all my reviews

This was a pretty good episode, but many of the riffs felt recycled. I also felt there was some missing potential especially in the market of joking about Griba's hair. It was a solid episode, but not a particularly memorable riff or bad movie to end on. The end scene was exciting and fun though, and it left you pumped for more, whenever there will be more. Overall, this season had the least content in the show's history. It just felt like Season 11 got improved and condensed. I still would've liked more, but I got what I wanted. The Gauntlet gets an A- from me.


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