History Film / TheDeadTalkBack

22nd Jan '16 12:06:17 AM AnotherGuy
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* TheFundamentalist: Surprisingly for something made in UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode era, one of the characters is a religious nutjob who's portrayed in a wholly negative light, or at least in a batshit crazy light.[[spoiler: In the 60's, the Hays Code was almost ignored, and it only applied to major film studios anyway.[[/note]]
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* TheFundamentalist: Surprisingly for something made in UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode era, one of the characters is a religious nutjob who's portrayed in a wholly negative light, or at least in a batshit crazy light.[[spoiler: In [[note]]In the 60's, the Hays Code was almost ignored, and it only applied to major film studios anyway.[[/note]]
22nd Jan '16 12:05:50 AM AnotherGuy
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* TheFundamentalist: Surprisingly for something made in UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode era, one of the characters is a religious nutjob who's portrayed in a wholly negative light, or at least in a batshit crazy light.
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* TheFundamentalist: Surprisingly for something made in UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode era, one of the characters is a religious nutjob who's portrayed in a wholly negative light, or at least in a batshit crazy light.[[spoiler: In the 60's, the Hays Code was almost ignored, and it only applied to major film studios anyway.[[/note]]
22nd Jan '16 12:04:21 AM AnotherGuy
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* RedHerring: [[spoiler: Macklin and Kreuger as the killer.]]
22nd Jan '16 12:03:20 AM AnotherGuy
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* TonightSomeoneDies: Exaggerated. The narrator repeatedly goes on at considerable length about how the victim is about to be murdered. By the time the wicked deed is done, there is ''zero'' suspense left for the audience to savor.
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* TonightSomeoneDies: Exaggerated. The narrator repeatedly goes on at considerable length about how the victim is about to be murdered. By the time the wicked deed is done, there is ''zero'' suspense left for the audience to savor.[[note]]Servo starts musing as the character if she has enough time to do her hair before she dies.[[/note]]
30th Aug '15 7:00:00 PM nombretomado
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For tropes and details relating to the ''MST3K'' version of the film, please see the [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S06E03TheDeadTalkBack episode recap page]].
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For tropes and details relating to the ''MST3K'' ''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]'' version of the film, please see the [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S06E03TheDeadTalkBack episode recap page]].
26th Nov '14 10:33:14 AM harveytwh
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* NonIndicativeName: Ultimately, [[spoiler: the dead never talk back]].
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* NonIndicativeName: Ultimately, [[spoiler: the dead never talk back]].back (and wouldn't it have been The Dead Talks Back, singular, since it was only going to be Renee?)]].
15th Sep '14 7:26:04 PM AnotherGuy
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* TheFundamentalist: Surprisingly for something made in UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode era, one of the characters is a religious nutjob who's portrayed in a wholly negative light.
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* TheFundamentalist: Surprisingly for something made in UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode era, one of the characters is a religious nutjob who's portrayed in a wholly negative light, or at least in a batshit crazy light.
15th Sep '14 7:24:47 PM AnotherGuy
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Aldo Farnese did more than you would think. He was a minor league pitcher and starred on a few children's television puppet shows on the East Coast.
29th Oct '13 1:56:54 AM BigRobotBil
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* TonightSomeoneDies: Exaggerated. The narrator repeatedly goes on at considerable length about how the victim is about to be murdered. By the time the wicked deed is done, there is ''zero'' suspense left for the audience to savor.
7th Jul '13 3:23:17 PM mlsmithca
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Since the word functions as the subject in this clause and not the object, it's "who", not "whom". Also fixing a few other grammatical flubs.
'''The Dead Talk Back''' is a film that for some reason languished on a shelf before finally being released in the 1990s. From there, it got picked up by ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'', where it aired in 1994. The story concerns a rather bizarre opening monologue by Dr. Krasker (Aldo Farnese), a psychic researcher whom purports to have a method of speaking with the dead. This opening is quickly shelved as we transition to the rooming house Krasker lives in, where a new narrator essentially counts down to the death of a woman. Once the police exhaust the conventional methods of finding out who the killer is, they bring in Krasker to help out and hopefully finger the murderer.
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'''The ''The Dead Talk Back''' Back'' is a film that for some reason languished on a shelf before finally being released in the 1990s. From there, it got picked up by ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'', where it aired in 1994. The story concerns a rather bizarre opening monologue by Dr. Krasker (Aldo Farnese), a psychic researcher whom who purports to have a method of speaking with the dead. This opening is quickly shelved as we transition to the rooming house Krasker lives in, where a new narrator essentially counts down to the death of a woman. Once the police exhaust the conventional methods of finding out who the killer is, they bring in Krasker to help out and hopefully finger the murderer.

* TheFundamentalist: Surprisingly for something made in UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode era, one of the characters is religious nutjob who's portrayed in a wholly negative light.
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* TheFundamentalist: Surprisingly for something made in UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode era, one of the characters is a religious nutjob who's portrayed in a wholly negative light.

* HeyItsThatGuy: Aldo Farnese did more than you would think. He was a minor league pitcher and starred on a few children television puppet shows on the East Coast.
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Aldo Farnese did more than you would think. He was a minor league pitcher and starred on a few children children's television puppet shows on the East Coast.
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