Prices on all individual DVDs has been reduced to $5.50 each with further price reductions for every 10 or more DVDs ordered all the way down to only $3.50 per DVD!
1 to 10 DVDs = $5.50 each
11 to 20 DVDs = $5.00 each
21 to 30 DVDs = $4.75 each
31 to 40 DVDs = $4.50 each
41 to 50 DVDs = $4.25 each
51 to 60 DVDs = $4.00 each
Over 60 DVDs = $3.50 each
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About the Videos
- Being a huge fan of MST3K and a videophile, I have been
watching and taping MST3K episodes since Season 1 aired in 1990. I have
ALL of the Comedy Central and Sci-Fi Channel episodes Seasons
1 through 10, which are 1st generation recordings that I personally
recorded when the episodes originally aired. Nearly all of the recordings
were made from a crystal-clear digital satellite broadcast on high grade
tapes in SP mode. Some even in Super-VHS.
- My 18 KTMA episodes are excellent 2nd generation copies
which I got directly from Minnesota residents who recorded them originally.
Four of the episodes I put into general circulation among MSTies. Anyone
who has copies of those either directly or indirectly got them through
- DVD transfers are made from my original 1st generation
SP or S-VHS recordings and run through a digital time base corrector
for a clear jitter-free transfer that you won't see with many other
homemade DVDs. They are then burned on high grade DVD-R disks in Dolby
- The DVDs have professional quality menus with Chapter
Selection and bonus features such as: Photo Gallery, Cast and Crew information,
Television Promos and a built-in MST3K Episode Guide.
- Each DVD disk has titles and logo printed directly on
the DVD disk, not stickers that will fade and wrinkle over time or magic
marker scribblings of only the episode number. The individual and Boxed
Sets DVDs all come with hard-shell plastic slip-cover cases designed
to perfectly compliment your existing MST3K DVD collection.
- Use the links above to navigate the MST3K episodes and
related items I have. Use the checkboxes
to indicate which episode DVDs you are interested in. In the Order
section will be a list of your selected episodes which you can email
to me or print out for personal use later.
- Episodes marked with a
indicate that the episode is available from Rhino Video or the SHOUT Factory and will not
be circulated or traded by me. Visit the SHOUT Factory website for current DVD compilations available from them.
- I've been doing this for a long, long time and have
many satisfied MST3K fans that have completed their video collections
through me. Other traders out there have incomplete, multi-generation
collections and have to rate the quality of their videos on scales like
C+, B, A- etc. The equipment they use is often inferior set-top DVD
recorders and the cheapest blank DVD disk they can buy. Numerous times
fans have gotten new, clean DVD copies from me because DVDs they received
from another trader were unplayable or unwatchable.
- The MST3K videos I offer are quality and professional
looking videos that you and your family can proudly display and enjoy
watching for many years to come.
- Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
with any question you may have.
KTMA TV23 Episodes
These are the episodes that started it all for MST3K. Originally done
at a tiny Minneapolis/St. Paul UHF station, only local Minnesota residents
ever got to view or tape these show. A half hour pilot and 21 full episodes
were made between 1988 & 89. Only 18 of these episodes have been found
and are circulating among MSTies.
All but one of my KTMA copies I got from Minnesota residents who taped
the episodes when they originally aired. I'm directly responsible for
putting four of the 18 episodes in to general circulation among MST3K
fans. Anyone who has those copies got them through me. The quality of
my copies is excellent. You won't find any better on the web.
- The Mads celebrate New Years Eve (K-07)
- Joel and the Bots get a call from the Mads (K-14)
- KTMA-TV23 Boxset
Season 1 - Comedy Central
- Joel and the Bots Party Down!
- Dr. F's experiment goes awry.
Season 2 - Comedy Central
- Fresh Face Frank joins the crew in 201
- Joel gives the Bots a pep talk in 208.
Season 3 - Comedy Central
- Frank & Dr. F battle via Robotic Arm Wrestling in 301
- The Bots get a surprise visit from Gamera in 302.
- The Crew faces the evil of Fu Manchu in 323.
Season 4 - Comedy Central
- A gripping recreation of events in 401
- Frank & Dr. F get a Banner-gram in 417.
- Torgo "peeks" in on the gang in 424.
- Torgo "peeks" in on the gang in 424.
Season 5 - Comedy Central
- The Bots give Joel a fond farewell in 512
- Mike's first day on the job in 513
- Frank is fired & Torgo gets hired in 523
Season 6 - Comedy Central
- The Mads unveil the "UMBILICUS" in 601
- The "Evil" Lt. Crow & Capt. Mike in 611
- Torgo the White escorts Frank to Second Banana Heaven
Season 7 - Comedy Central
- 701T - Night of the Blood Beast
(Special host segments: 1995 TDay Marathon)
(Short: Once Upon a Honeymoon)
- 701 - Night of the Blood Beast
(Regular host segments)
(Short: Once Upon a Honeymoon)
- 702 - The Brute Man
(Short: Chicken of Tomorrow)
- 703 - Death Stalker and the Warriors from Hell
- 704 - Incredible Melting Man
- 705 - Escape 2000
- 706 - Laserblast
- Dr. F pulls the plug on the SOL in 706
- You did it!
You finally did it!
Damn you all to Hell!
- Pearl and the Boys meet some Space Children in 811
- Pearl finds Castle Forrester in 901
- The SOL production of "Waiting for Gorgo" in 909
- Joel drops in on the crew in 1001
- The crew goes down with the ship in 1013
MST3K Compilations and Rarities
1992 MST Live Uptown Show (R-1)
- (second half only). Features Joel & The Bots riffing
on the movie "World Without End" in a theater in front of
a LIVE audience. Existing live show portion begins right after middle
host segment. I've added the unMSTied first half of WWE to give the
movie continuity. There is also a 15 min. Q&A session with the cast
and crew at the end. Running time 1:36
Joel Hodgeson's Stand-up Appearances (R-2)
- All of Joel's stand-up comedy appearances that have
been televised: 5 Letterman apps, 4 SNL apps, 8th Ann Young Comedians
Special, Land O'Loon Comedy Special with behind-the-scenes interviews
& the St, Paul Winter Carnival. 12 in all. Running Time 1:35
Josh Weinstein's Stand-up Appearances (R-3)
- Features Josh on A&E's "Comedy on the Road"
from 1991(10min) and a performance at the Acme Comedy Club in Minnesota
which appears to be a demo tape shot by Josh in 1997 (45 min). Also
included is Seriously Weird Magazine; a spoof on magazine tv shows co-hosted
by Joel. This show was done sometime after the KTMA episodes of MST
and before the Comedy Central episodes. Running Time 1:35
MST Cast Interviews & Appearances Vol. I (R-7)
- Various interviews and news clips including: Cast on
Higgins Boys & Gruber, Joel on Night After Night with Allen Havey(2),
Joel & Trace on SAST, Joel & Mike on NPR, MN Good Company profile,
Tom & Crow on Toon Town 29, KARE 11 Live show profile, Kevin &
Frank on Cable 34 in MN, CBS News Overnight, Dick Clark's Blooper, Harry
Anderson Blooper show, Mike and Jeff Maynard at U of W. Running time
MST Cast Interviews & Appearances Vol. II (R-8)
- Crow on Sci-Fi Buzz, Bravo profile, Mike on Got my Own
Show, E! Coming Attractions, Siskle & Ebert, E! Movie Review, E!
News Daily, E! Gossip Show, Entertainment Tonight, Mike & Kevin
on WGN Chicago, VH1 Movie Show, CNN Show Biz Today, Good Morning America,
Crow on E! Talk Soup, Tom & Crow on MTV Week in Rock, CC "Stunt"
for Movie, Local MN coverage of movie premiere Channel 4, 5, 9, Raw
video footage of premiere, ABC World News Now. Running Time: 1:54
Talk Soup & Sci-Fi Vortex Appearances (R-25)
- Mike and the Robots on an episode of Talk Soup and Talk
Soup Weekend, commenting on various talk show segments. Mike and Mary
Jo on Sci-Fi Vortex discussing the state of sci-fi movies.
MST3K TV Commercials (R-9)
- Various tv promos for MST3K episodes and specials from
the early Comedy Central years up until the Sci-Fi Channel era. Running
Turkey Day Marathons (R-10)
- These are ALL of the MST3K Turkey Day Marathon bumpers
from 1992, 93, 94 & 95 Running Time 1:50
MST3K Hour Show Wrappers (R-20)
- A tape full of MST3K Hour "Jack Perkins" host segments
from Approximately 22 episodes, four segments per episode. Running time
Comedy Central Specials & Space Ghost (R-11)
- This Is MST3K Special is a Comedy Central look at the
making of MST3K with cast interviews and clips from the show. Little
Gold Statue Preview Special is a pre-Academy Awards Show hosted by Tom
and Crow showing clips from and interviews from nominated films fro
that year. And episodes of Space Ghost Coast to Coast.
Sci-fi Channel MST3K Specials (R-18)
- Sci-fi Channel's The Making of MST3K, 1st Annual MST3K
Summer Blockbuster Special, 2nd Annual MST3K Summer Blockbuster Special
and the 1998 Robot's Choice Award Special.
Conventions & Screenings
1992 Denver StarCon Sci-Fi Convention Q&A (R-5)
- Joel, Jim, Trace & Kevin at the 1992 Denver StarCon,
September 26 & 27. They answered questions from MSTies in two separate
session. Running time 1:45 approx.
1992 ChicagoCon Q&A & Mitchell Screening (R-6)
- The ChicagoCon features Frank Conniff & the stars of
the Red Dwarf series, Robert Llewellyn (Kryten) & Craig Charles (Lister).
55 min. The other Q&A session is at a live screening of episode 512
Mitchell. Features Jim, Trace, Kevin, Frank, Mike & Jeff Maynard. Lots
of hilarious behind-the-scenes stuff. 35 min.
1994 MST3K ConventioCon ExpoFest-A-Rama (R-15)
- Footage of Keynote Address, Prop Rooms, Autograph Session
& Costume Ball.
1996 ConventioCon ExpoFest-A-Rama 2 (R-16)
- Footage from most of the major events. Keynote address,
Q&A session, MST3K Movie screening with clips cut from the final film,
Celebrity Panel Q&A with Kim Cattrall, Rex Reason & Russell Johnson,
Prop rooms, studio tour and DOOM matches with Mike. Running time 7:35.
2 DVD set ($12.50)
1995 Atlanta DragonCon & UW Riverfalls Q&A (R-21)
- Mike Nelson & Kevin Murphy Q&A session at the 1995 Atlanta
DragonCon. Mike Nelson & Trace Beaulieu Q&A session at UW Riverfalls
with live screenings of the shorts Industrial Arts from episode 609
Skydivers and Last Clear Chance from episode 520 Radar Secret Service.
1998 ExotiCon Q&A (R-28)
- 1998 ExotiCon Q&A session with Mike Nelson & Kevin Murphy.
Running Time approx 90 mins.
2000 Gateway SciFi Con II (R-33)
- Featuring Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy, Mary Jo Pehl and
Bill Corbet. Includes Keynote Speech, 2 Q&A sessions and Closing
Ceremony. Running Time approx 120 mins.
MST3K: The Home Game #1 (4pm) (R-17a)
MST3K: The Home Game #2 (11pm) (R-17b)
- Sci-fi Channel special in which MSTies riff on the movie
"The Day the World Ended" via Internet chat rooms. Instead of host segments,
Mike Nelson and Kevin Murphy give a sneak peek at the sets and behind-the-scenes.
There were two airings, 4pm and 11pm with the same behind the scenes
clips but different riffs during the movie.
Fan MSTing of Battle of the Worlds (R-26)
- Fan MSTing of the movie Battle of the Worlds, which
stars Claude Rains from Casablanca fame. Nice cheesy effort by the MSTies
who made this.
Fan MSTing of Little Red Riding Hood (R-31)
- Very well done MSTing. Great props and sets. Pretty
good riffing on a Mexican version of Little Red Riding Hood, produce
for US release by K. Gordon Murray, the same mn who brought us Mexican
classic Santa Claus.
Fan MSTing of Invasion of the Animal People (R-32)
- Same MSTies that did Little Red Riding Hood. This time
its a goofy Finnish film about Aliens that release a monster in Lapland
where it takes a woman captive and threatens a group of scientists.
And The Rest...
Writer's Review of 503 Swamp Diamonds (R-22)
- Writer's review of episode 503 Swamp Diamond. These
are run-throughs of the movie segments. There Segments were they flub
their line and have false starts, and some segments are the ones actually
used in the episode. You also get to hear conversations that occur before
and after each segment.
Writer's Review of 505 Magic Voyage of Sinbad (R-23)
- MST3K Writer's review of episode 505 The Magic Voyage
of Sinbad. Same as above. Also, the un-MSTied version of Chapter 2 of
The Undersea Kingdom from episode 409 The Indestructible Man.
Writer's Review of 1010 It Lives by Night (R-30)
- Run-throughs of the movie riffing with Mike, Kevin and Bill.
MST3K Dress Rehearsals (R-24)
- MST3K Host segment dress rehearsals and edited takes.
Humorous flubbed host segment takes from episodes 102 & 103. Dress rehearsal
runs throughs from episode 508, 509 & 511. Plus host segments from episodes
502, 503, 506 & 509 without post production effect like sound effects,
Magic Voice or doorway sequences.
KTMA Melon Drop New Year's Eve Specials (R-4)
- Starring Kevin Murphy and produced by Jim Mallon. These
specials contain skits and spoofs written primarily by Jim & Kevin,
culminating in the dropping of a watermelon from the top of TV23 KTMA
studio to ring in the New Year. All three on one tape in EP mode. 1987
Special run 3:30, 1988 Special 1:15 & 1989 Special 0:25.
2 DVDs ($12.50)
TV's Frank on TV (R-19)
- Both of Frank Conniff's appearances on the Comedy Central
game show Make Me Laugh, & Frank's appearance on Sabrina the Teenage
Attack of the Killer B Movies (R-12)
- NBC show written by Frank Conniff after he left the
show and hosted by Elvira: Mistress of the Dark. Also feature five annoying
teen stars including Screech from Saved by the Bell. They riff on scenes
from four B-movie classics which Elvira forces them to watch.
- Starring Clint Walker. This is the "Made-For-TV" film
that has been often quoted and referred to on MST3K, (501 Warrior of
the Lost World). Extremely hard to find, this film has not been officially
released on video by any company. This is a very good copy that was
taped from a tv broadcast.