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In This week's episode we have the classic line up back of Kaz, Nick, Dan and Bob. We review the great Christmas movie that we all agree is a christmas movie. Die Hard, Starring Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, REginald ValJohnson and not quite Huey Lewis. We are visited by a new guest Jerkel.

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In this episode we examine the 1996 Hulk Hogan Christmas movie. This is awesome #christmas

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So, Who stole Max's chips? In this episode we explore The 80s classic Clue. Starring Tim Curry, Madaline Kahn and Martin Mull. It's not just a podcast anymore #chips #curry #BTTF #yvette #MYSTERY

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In the episode who review the David Bowie cult classic with a singing alien from 1976. This movie is forthe David Bowie fangirls. Thats about it. #space #water #bowie #alien #sex

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In this episode, we explore the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari from 1920 with a pitch man from an old carnival. Looks like this German expressionism movie brough Max's old friend to our time. 

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In this episode we have a troll and the dog that change our lives. And we visit one of the greatest 90s movies ever. Part of Halloween month, on Movie Theater Time Machine

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In this episode we look at the Francis Ford Coppola flick "Apocalypse Now" Starring Martin Sheen and Marlon Brando. We explore this with communist hating veteran and strng personality. Thank you to all of those who have served. It was a pleasure to salute you. Like us on FB: https://www.facebook.com/mttimemachine/ and find us on twitter @mttimemachine  #vietnam #war #brando 

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In this episode we explore a Stanley Kubrick comedy, Dr. Strangelove. This details the last moments in a satire of the Cold War conflict. We are joined by a German sympathizer who has a bit of a metamorphasis due to our machine. #bomb #kubrick #blockbuster #sellers

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In Episode 33 we explore the MASH series finale "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" A movie for the TV that would never be replicated.  1 out of 3 americans stopped to watch how the story would end. Today we explore the reason why, with Nick's Dad joining this in on the fun. This episode is part of the Movie Theater Time Machine podcast salute to the US Military.

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For Today's episode we reviewed "All Quiet on the Western Front" from 1930. One of the first talking war pictures. We jumped through the machine and met with a magician that may have a familar voice. We have Dan and Jocelyn joining us in the jazz club. Will we make it back? what will we see? We salute the doughboys of WW1 as part of the Movie Theater time Machine salute to the military in September. Thank you folks #WW1 #german #veterans

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