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Mapping Cinematic Titanic voices to mst3k [message #185712] Thu, 26 April 2012 20:08 Go to next message
Dr. Ernest J. Primeau is currently offline  Dr. Ernest J. Primeau
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Need some help here. I always liked mst3k, but don't know which voices
played which characters.
Seeing them in Milwaukee this weekend.

Anyone who can help me out, especially placing the voice with the Robots
would be much appreciated.


Joel Hodgson
Trace Beaulieu
Frank Conniff
J. Elvis Weinstein
Mary Jo Pehl
Re: Mapping Cinematic Titanic voices to mst3k [message #185713 is a reply to message #185712] Fri, 27 April 2012 08:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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In article <jnco2n$46t$1@dont-email.me>, "Ernie" <Ernietoo@webtv.net>
wrote:

> Need some help here. I always liked mst3k, but don't know which voices
> played which characters.
> Seeing them in Milwaukee this weekend.
>
> Anyone who can help me out, especially placing the voice with the Robots
> would be much appreciated.
>
>
> Joel Hodgson
> Trace Beaulieu
> Frank Conniff
> J. Elvis Weinstein
> Mary Jo Pehl

Hey, Ernie! Welcome to the newsgroup.

Joel Hodgson was the first host of the show through the middle of season
five, on Comedy Central.
Trace Beaulieu was the voice of Crow (the gold one) and one of the mad
scientists until the end of season seven, on Comedy Central.
Frank Conniff played one of the mad scientists through season six, on
Comedy Central.
J.Elvis Weinstein was the voice of Tom Serco (the red one) and one of
the mad scientists way back in the first season, in 1989, on the old
Comedy Channel, before Comedy Central existed.
Mary Jo Pehl played a mad scientist in seasons 8 through 10 on the
Sci-Fi Channel.

For more info, please visit www.mst3kinfo.com

Sampo (or visit your local library, where they won't know what you're
talking about)
Re: Mapping Cinematic Titanic voices to mst3k [message #185819 is a reply to message #185713] Sat, 28 April 2012 01:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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In <msampo-022977.08304527042012@news.individual.net> Chris 'Sampo' Cornell <msampo@aol.com> writes:

> In article <jnco2n$46t$1@dont-email.me>, "Ernie" <Ernietoo@webtv.net>
> wrote:

>> Need some help here. I always liked mst3k, but don't know which voices
>> played which characters.
>> Seeing them in Milwaukee this weekend.
>>
>> Anyone who can help me out, especially placing the voice with the Robots
>> would be much appreciated.
>>
>> Joel Hodgson
>> Trace Beaulieu
>> Frank Conniff
>> J. Elvis Weinstein
>> Mary Jo Pehl

> Hey, Ernie! Welcome to the newsgroup.

> Joel Hodgson was the first host of the show through the middle of season
> five, on Comedy Central.
> Trace Beaulieu was the voice of Crow (the gold one) and one of the mad
> scientists until the end of season seven, on Comedy Central.
> Frank Conniff played one of the mad scientists through season six, on
> Comedy Central.
> J.Elvis Weinstein was the voice of Tom Serco (the red one) and one of
> the mad scientists way back in the first season, in 1989, on the old
> Comedy Channel, before Comedy Central existed.
> Mary Jo Pehl played a mad scientist in seasons 8 through 10 on the
> Sci-Fi Channel.

> For more info, please visit www.mst3kinfo.com

I just figured it was easiest to suppose they were all
Tom Servo, only in different ways. And really, isn't that what
friendship is all about?

(By the way, hi, Ernie, welcome to the gang. We may be a
bit quiet these days, but we're friendly, and it's been literally
weeks since anyone burst out giggling at the word 'bodice'.)


> Sampo (or visit your local library, where they won't know what you're
> talking about)
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Re: Mapping Cinematic Titanic voices to mst3k [message #185825 is a reply to message #185713] Sun, 29 April 2012 11:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dr. Ernest J. Primeau is currently offline  Dr. Ernest J. Primeau
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>>
> Hey, Ernie! Welcome to the newsgroup.
>
> Joel Hodgson was the first host of the show through the middle of season
> five, on Comedy Central.
> Trace Beaulieu was the voice of Crow (the gold one) and one of the mad
> scientists until the end of season seven, on Comedy Central.
> Frank Conniff played one of the mad scientists through season six, on
> Comedy Central.
> J.Elvis Weinstein was the voice of Tom Serco (the red one) and one of
> the mad scientists way back in the first season, in 1989, on the old
> Comedy Channel, before Comedy Central existed.
> Mary Jo Pehl played a mad scientist in seasons 8 through 10 on the
> Sci-Fi Channel.
>
> For more info, please visit www.mst3kinfo.com
>
> Sampo (or visit your local library, where they won't know what you're
> talking about)


Thanks for the tips. I feel like I have a good grasp on who's who.

I wish they weren't charging more for their vids than they do on their site.
I suppose
with shipping it was a wash.

Astral Factor was a great show in Milwaukee last night.

All the warm ups/stand ups were quite funny, though Frank needed to keep
his personal politics out of it.

The added raunchiness of a live show helped the humor, but they did not
over-do it.
Re: Mapping Cinematic Titanic voices to mst3k [message #185826 is a reply to message #185819] Sun, 29 April 2012 11:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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>
> I just figured it was easiest to suppose they were all
> Tom Servo, only in different ways. And really, isn't that what
> friendship is all about?
>
> (By the way, hi, Ernie, welcome to the gang. We may be a
> bit quiet these days, but we're friendly, and it's been literally
> weeks since anyone burst out giggling at the word 'bodice'.)
>

Thanks. I really liked the "vibe" from the CT crowd. Very different than
seeing a garden variety stand up commedian.
Re: Mapping Cinematic Titanic voices to mst3k [message #185966 is a reply to message #185713] Fri, 25 May 2012 20:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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"Chris 'Sampo' Cornell" <msampo@aol.com> wrote in message
news:msampo-022977.08304527042012@news.individual.net...
> In article <jnco2n$46t$1@dont-email.me>, "Ernie" <Ernietoo@webtv.net>
> wrote:
>
>> Need some help here. I always liked mst3k, but don't know which voices
>> played which characters.
>> Seeing them in Milwaukee this weekend.
>>
>> Anyone who can help me out, especially placing the voice with the Robots
>> would be much appreciated.
>>
>>
>> Joel Hodgson
>> Trace Beaulieu
>> Frank Conniff
>> J. Elvis Weinstein
>> Mary Jo Pehl
>
> Hey, Ernie! Welcome to the newsgroup.
>
> Joel Hodgson was the first host of the show through the middle of season
> five, on Comedy Central.
> Trace Beaulieu was the voice of Crow (the gold one) and one of the mad
> scientists until the end of season seven, on Comedy Central.
> Frank Conniff played one of the mad scientists through season six, on
> Comedy Central.

Did Conniff play Napoleon Dynamite's grandma? or was that someone else?
Re: Mapping Cinematic Titanic voices to mst3k [message #185968 is a reply to message #185966] Sun, 27 May 2012 09:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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In article <nbSdnUy8RvmpuV3SnZ2dnUVZ_oydnZ2d@earthlink.com>,
"ala" <alackrity@comcast.net> wrote:

> "Chris 'Sampo' Cornell" <msampo@aol.com> wrote in message
> news:msampo-022977.08304527042012@news.individual.net...
>> In article <jnco2n$46t$1@dont-email.me>, "Ernie" <Ernietoo@webtv.net>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Need some help here. I always liked mst3k, but don't know which voices
>>> played which characters.
>>> Seeing them in Milwaukee this weekend.
>>>
>>> Anyone who can help me out, especially placing the voice with the Robots
>>> would be much appreciated.
>>>
>>>
>>> Joel Hodgson
>>> Trace Beaulieu
>>> Frank Conniff
>>> J. Elvis Weinstein
>>> Mary Jo Pehl
>>
>> Hey, Ernie! Welcome to the newsgroup.
>>
>> Joel Hodgson was the first host of the show through the middle of season
>> five, on Comedy Central.
>> Trace Beaulieu was the voice of Crow (the gold one) and one of the mad
>> scientists until the end of season seven, on Comedy Central.
>> Frank Conniff played one of the mad scientists through season six, on
>> Comedy Central.
>
> Did Conniff play Napoleon Dynamite's grandma? or was that someone else?

That was someone else.

Sampo (though Frank has played a few grandmas...)
Re: Mapping Cinematic Titanic voices to mst3k [message #186088 is a reply to message #185968] Sun, 27 May 2012 10:33 Go to previous message
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"Chris 'Sampo' Cornell" <msampo@aol.com> wrote in message
news:msampo-3932C9.09372427052012@news.individual.net...


>>
>> Did Conniff play Napoleon Dynamite's grandma? or was that someone else?
>
> That was someone else.
>
> Sampo (though Frank has played a few grandmas...)

i know we were talking about this through our day yesterday
it's like grandma is haunting me
it's like Poe's telltale heart
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