History Film / TheDeadlyMantis

21st Jun '16 12:59:52 PM AnotherGuy
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: "Every known species of animal has a bony skeleton." What?![[spoiler: He probably meant vertebrates.[[/note]]

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: "Every known species of animal has a bony skeleton." What?![[spoiler: He What?![[note]]He probably meant vertebrates.[[/note]]
21st Jun '16 12:59:27 PM AnotherGuy
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: "Every known species of animal has a bony skeleton." What?!

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: "Every known species of animal has a bony skeleton." What?!What?![[spoiler: He probably meant vertebrates.[[/note]]
21st Mar '16 3:39:04 PM WildeOscar
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* ArtistsLicenseBiology: "Every known species of animal has a bony skeleton." What?!

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* ArtistsLicenseBiology: ArtisticLicenseBiology: "Every known species of animal has a bony skeleton." What?!
21st Mar '16 3:38:42 PM WildeOscar
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* ArtistsLicenseBiology: "Every known species of animal has a bony skeleton." What?!
2nd Sep '15 6:53:49 PM nombretomado
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For the ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' version, please go to the [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S08E04TheDeadlyMantis episode recap page]].

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For the ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' version, please go to the [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S08E04TheDeadlyMantis episode recap page]].
7th Jun '15 9:43:52 PM GoldenSeals
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* ButterflyOfDoom: Mentioned in the opening spiel as the cause for the Deadly Mantis' parole on ice. To be fair, of course, the cause is shown to be a ''volcano''.

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* ButterflyOfDoom: Mentioned in the opening spiel as the cause for the Deadly Mantis' parole on ice. To be fair, of course, the cause ice --- then it is shown to be a ''volcano''.



* MisplacedAccent: Why does a Canadian Air Force officer have a "Tally Ho!" British accent?[[note]]To be fair, there are many Brit-accented citizens in Canada. This country still acknowledges the British monarchy after all.[[/note]]

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* MisplacedAccent: Why does a Canadian Air Force officer have a "Tally Ho!" British accent?[[note]]To be fair, there accent?[[note]]There are many Brit-accented citizens in Canada. This country still acknowledges the British monarchy Canadians taking after all.the old colonial power, but this probably wasn't what they were going for.[[/note]]
14th Feb '15 6:19:50 AM AnotherGuy
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* MisplacedAccent: Why does a Canadian Air Force officer have a "Tally Ho!" British accent?

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* MisplacedAccent: Why does a Canadian Air Force officer have a "Tally Ho!" British accent?accent?[[note]]To be fair, there are many Brit-accented citizens in Canada. This country still acknowledges the British monarchy after all.[[/note]]
13th Sep '14 1:17:59 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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''The Deadly Mantis'' is a 1956 American film concerning the then-popular mutation and animation of a giant beast, usually prehistoric. In this case, the beast is the eponymous mantis, loosed in the opening sequence of the movie, where it proceeds to destroy many things, progressively eating more people, until an ace pilot accidentally rams the mantis with his jet, forcing it to the ground and kills it. Interwoven into this tale is a romantic sub plot involving the photographer Miss Blake and Colonel Joe Parkman, the Ace.

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''The Deadly Mantis'' is a 1956 American film concerning the then-popular mutation and animation of a giant beast, usually prehistoric. In this case, the beast is the eponymous mantis, loosed in the opening sequence of the movie, where it proceeds to destroy many things, progressively eating more people, until an ace pilot accidentally rams the mantis with his jet, forcing it to the ground and kills it. Interwoven into this tale is a romantic sub plot subplot involving the photographer Miss Blake and Colonel Joe Parkman, the Ace.
20th Jun '14 11:35:20 AM AnotherGuy
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* YouNeedToGetLaid: The entire Arctic base, in fact.
9th Sep '13 1:13:58 PM creepingdeath
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''The Deadly Mantis'' is a 1956 American film concerning the then-popular mutation and animation of a giant beast, usually prehistoric. In this case, the beast is the eponymous mantis, loosed in the opening sequence of the movie, where it proceeds to destroy many things, progressively eating more people, until an ace pilot shoots it down and kills it. Interwoven into this tale is a romantic sub plot involving the photographer Miss Blake and Colonel Joe Parkman, the Ace.

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''The Deadly Mantis'' is a 1956 American film concerning the then-popular mutation and animation of a giant beast, usually prehistoric. In this case, the beast is the eponymous mantis, loosed in the opening sequence of the movie, where it proceeds to destroy many things, progressively eating more people, until an ace pilot shoots accidentally rams the mantis with his jet, forcing it down to the ground and kills it. Interwoven into this tale is a romantic sub plot involving the photographer Miss Blake and Colonel Joe Parkman, the Ace.



* TheAce: Colonel Joe.

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* TheAce: Colonel Joe. He does screw up when he loses sight of the mantis and then collides with it, but it does force the mantis to the ground.
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