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Ingmar Bergman, Dead at 89

Legendary film director Ingmar Bergman finally lost at chess and died peacefully on Monday at his home in Sweden. Though, obviously, none of his films were of the low quality that Mystery Science Theater attracted, there is a connection to the show. In episode 617, The Sword and The Dragon, Mike and the Bots gave their interpretation of how Bergman would’ve filmed a joke. In his honor, I submit that scene to you, above.

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One Response

  1. out of …. :D All right, now I’ve got to go rent me some Ingmar Bergman movies just to see how funny that bit really was!

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