Originally posted by CerebusYES, that is DANGER: DIABOLIK. Directed by the great Mario Bava. I didn't know it was on MST3K, which is sad because it's a really good film.
The woman's name is Marissa Mell and with a 38/24/38 figure, I will have to disagree with DJ FrostyFreeze and say that she DOES have a decent ass but that's just a bad shot of it.
It was the movie for the very last episode of MST, and it's one of my favorite treatments. I heartily disagree though that it is a really good film. It is much better than what was usually viewed/made fun of on MST, but it is definitely not without its faults, which the treatment helpfully points out over and over again. To its credit, my roommate at the time and I thought this was one of those rare MST movies we could actually watch all the way through without the commentary. I think this actually made the episode that much better, since you were relatively interested in the movie while it was being railed on (rightfully), as opposed to some of those other MST eps where the jokes aren't adequately distracting you from the fact that you're watching a truly terrible and boring movie.
But to each his own.
(edited by Joseph Ryder on 23.2.07 1604) My first Marathon was November 27th 2005 -- 3:10:43 My next Marathon is April 16th 2007 -- Boston
Holy Crap, Robotron. There's someone I talk to online, and for the past two weeks or so, almost everything he or I have had to say to each other has been some sort of bad Robotron joke. Seeing this as the banner at THIS particular time has completely made my day.
Of course I read the thread, but almost every day's graphic through.....oh, about April or so was put in place by January 7th (aka "pretty close to the end of the week we had the fifth anniversay collage") and the rest were in place by the end of January.
Parts Unknown sent this one and another one a few weeks ago - this was the one I didn't have to resize, so it won out. Here's a quick list of the ones I think I have in storage. If you sent one and don't see your name listed (and we haven't used it)