Monday, November 07, 2011

3 MINUTE SUPERTRAIN

You've gone for a ride in the SUPERVAN, now all aboard the SUPERTRAIN!

21 comments :

closedmouth said...

Dante finally got the outro.

Anonymous said...

Ah, the 70's, when you could have a TV movie absolutely FULL of butt-ugly actors, and no one cared!

Anonymous said...

You'll never get me on to on of those "supertrains"

Matt said...

No Steve Lawrence tag?

Anonymous said...

Also, Chinaman is NOT the preferred nomenclature

Henry_Slinkman said...

That funky soundtrack could have made it the SOOOOOOUULLLLLLL SUPERTRAIN!

Ravenhallow said...

That was discoterrifique. Also the head honcho guy with the white hair looks just like Mason Savoy from the comic book Chew. Nerd fact!

Anonymous said...

I am proud to say I have two versions of the Supertrain theme song. It's nuclear powered, you know. Both the train and the music.

One of Kim Kardashian's asshole hairs. said...

:-)

Anonymous said...

I like how the chick was a nasally-voiced bimbette and the porter was a friendly black man.



.....Yawn.....

Turkey Vulture said...

Chinamen? Really?

Also, my captcha is "quittol," which sounds like an off-brand nicotine patch.

The Cowboy said...

OMG Anton Chigur at .38

Anonymous said...

and they still have black servants on the trains. what is this the 1930s?

obligatory Zsa Zsa cameo, typical '70s.

Oh boy a disco! awww, there's no coke...

JohnH said...

God, I've seen the whole thing. It must have been hard deciding just which three minutes to include. The whole opening bit with Keenan Wynn is golden.

JohnH said...

Wow, you didn't even include the "warp speed" bit where they turn the train's atomic engines up to FULL BLAST, truly this movie's version of Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite.

Anonymous said...

What?! No Hamilton Camp tag!?!?! Outrage!!

Anonymous said...

Dong, where is my locomotive?

sillyfrags@gmail.com said...

LOL "There were Indians and Chinamen and EVERYTHING!"

Anonymous said...

The Keenan Wynn comes blowin' in!

Anonymous said...

You're letting your psychotic fascination with railroads lead you to a suicidal gamble with he future of this company"

Something tells me that exact same thing was said at the meeting where this show was pitched to NBC

Sumner D. Coy said...

Sigmund Freud's Incredible Train Fetish