MST3K: The Wild World Of Batwoma
Country of Origin: United States
Production year: 1993
Directors: Jim Mallon, Jerry Warren
Rating: NR(Television)
UPC [Locale]: 603497-601325
Running time: 1:31 (91 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, 1.33:1, Full Frame
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Double-Layered
Released: January 30, 2001
Collection type: Owned (#1765)
Status: Available
Purchase date: June 01, 2005
Purchase price: Hidden
Review (movie): 10 / 10
Review (video): 7 / 10
It's Mystery Science Theater 3000, America's only show that makes fun of really bad B-movies from the comfort of a spaceship floating above Earth. Joel Hodgson, along with his mechanical companions, wisecracking Crow and well-read chick magnet Tom Servo, make suffering through Hollywood's worst films a breeze. Adding their own dialogue, barrage of witty remarks, and an occasional colorful skit, the next hour and a half will fly by like it were only 90 minutes. There are no ushers with flashlights, crying babies, or women with big hair to spoil the fun.

What can you say about a movie in which an old hag named Batwoman and her bevy of bikini-clad beauties go-go dance their way in and out of trouble brought on by an overweight villain named Rat Fink? Plenty! Crow sums it best: "It looked like they just put a whole lotta movies in a blender and turned it on really fast." Not to say The Wild World of Batwoman has no redeeming value. Even Tom notices that, "The music's terrible, but at least it drowns out the dialogue". Now, you can say that the plot is weak – Tom: "The plot's weak" – and that the acting's atrocious – Crow: "The acting's atrocious" – but one thing this movie's got that we haven't seen in any other is an atomic bomb disguised as an atomic hearing aid, disguised as...Oh, just watch the film!

(Show #515)
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 Mystery Science Theater 3000
Jim Mallon....Director
Joel Hodgson....Created By
Michael J. Nelson....Writer
Trace Beaulieu....Writer
Paul Chaplin....Writer
Frank Conniff....Writer
Kevin Murphy....Writer
Mary Jo Pehl....Writer
David Sussman....Writer
Bridget Jones....Writer
Jim Mallon....Writer
Colleen Henjum-Williams....Writer
Jim Mallon....Producer
Film Editing
Bradley J. Keely....Film Editor
Timothy Scott....Film Editor
Charlie Erickson....Theme By
Joel Hodgson....Theme By
The Brains....Theme By
Michael J. Nelson....Composer
Trace Beaulieu....Art Director
Jeff Maynard....Art Director
Andrea DuCane....Make-up Artist
 The Wild World of Batwoman
Jerry Warren....Director
Jerry Warren....Screenwriter
Jerry Warren....Producer
William Troiana....Director of Photography
Film Editing
Jerry Warren....Film Editor
Jerry Syphers....Art Director
 Mystery Science Theater 3000
Trace Beaulieu....Crow
Michael J. Nelson....Mike Nelson
Jim Mallon....Gypsy
Kevin Murphy....Servo
Trace Beaulieu....Dr. Clayton Forrester
Frank Conniff....TV's Frank
 The Wild World of Batwoman
Katherine Victor....Batwoman
George Andre....Professor Neon
Steve Brodie....Jim Flanagan
Richard Banks....J B Christians, Ratfink
Steve Conte....Bruno
Mel Oshins....Tiger
Bruno VeSota....Seltzer
Bob Arbogast
The Young Giants
Lucki Winn....Bat Girl
Suzanne Lodge....Bat Girl
Pam Garry....Bat Girl
Sylvia Holiday....Bat Girl
Francis Bryan....Bat Girl
Leah London....Bat Girl
Lloyd Nelson....Heathcliff