History YMMV / VoyageToTheBottomOfTheSea

1st Sep '15 9:23:57 PM nombretomado
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* ColbertBump: The show would probably be a lot more obscure now without ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' having featured a RunningGag of Gypsy's obsession with Richard Basehart.
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* ColbertBump: The show would probably be a lot more obscure now without ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' having featured a RunningGag of Gypsy's obsession with Richard Basehart.
28th May '14 8:58:16 AM Eegah
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* ColbertBump: The show would probably be a lot more obscure now without ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' having featured a RunningGag of Gypsy's obsession with Richard Basehart.
31st Oct '13 2:23:47 PM WisdomCat37
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23rd Sep '12 10:46:28 AM MarkLungo
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* SeasonalRot: The television series began with largely the same tone as the 1961 film, but by the fourth series they'd gone snooker loopy. It's hard to believe that the show moved from "City Beneath the Sea" to something like "The Deadly Dolls". The latter is exactly as stupid as it sounds.
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* SeasonalRot: The television series began with largely the same tone as [[Film/VoyageToTheBottomOfTheSea the 1961 film, film]], but by the fourth series they'd gone snooker loopy. It's hard to believe that the show moved from "City Beneath the Sea" to something like "The Deadly Dolls". The latter is exactly as stupid as it sounds.sounds. ----
27th Feb '11 12:55:08 PM Killomatic
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* AdaptationDecay: The 1961 ''Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea'' was a fairly staid, entertaining sci-fi film, despite the DeusExNukina and TechnoBabble UpToEleven. The television series began with largely the same tone, but by the fourth series they'd gone snooker loopy. It's hard to believe that the show moved from "City Beneath the Sea" to something like "The Deadly Dolls". The latter is exactly as stupid as it sounds.
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* AdaptationDecay: The 1961 ''Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea'' was a fairly staid, entertaining sci-fi film, despite the DeusExNukina and TechnoBabble UpToEleven. SeasonalRot: The television series began with largely the same tone, tone as the 1961 film, but by the fourth series they'd gone snooker loopy. It's hard to believe that the show moved from "City Beneath the Sea" to something like "The Deadly Dolls". The latter is exactly as stupid as it sounds.
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