Synopsis: In a world filled with Mad Scientists and Evil Inventions, one talented evil scientist's hunch-backed lab assistant has big dreams of becoming a Mad Scientist himself and winning the annual Evil Science Fair.
Director(s): Tony Leondis
Production: MGM
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
87 min


And every time it rains

It rains pennies from heaven


Don't you know

each cloud contains

pennies from heaven?

You'll find your

fortune falling

All over town

Be sure that your umbrella

is up-up-up-up-upslde down

And trade them for a package

of sunshine and ravioli

Nice weather

we're having, huh?

Here in the kingdom

of Malaria,

every dey's forecast is rainy

with a 100% chance of horror.


It wasn't elweys

Ilke this, though.

Years ago, Maleria was

a sunny land of farmers.

Until the mysterious

storm clouds rolled

in and never left.

They killed our crops,

and our people became poor.

And that's when Klng Malbert

thought up a new way

for us to make money,

Evil Inventions.

The kind that

crush you, klll you,

bring you back to life,

then kill you again,

way worse.

We invent them, and the world

pays us not to unleash them.

Oh, It's a great gig,

especially if you're

an Evil Scientist.

Fame, fortune,

a rent-free castle

in the hills.

They get it all.

They're the top

of the heap.

Igor! Pull the switch!

Yes, Master!

And the bottom

of the heap? Those are

the poor slobs like me,

born with a hunch

on our back, Igors.

Actually, that

Igor's not me.

Igor! Pull the switch!

Yes, Master!

No, no, no,

that's not me, either.


That's me.

See? I look nothing

like those other guys,

much better-looking.

Anyway, all Igors are forced

to serve Evil Scientists.

Our life is a permanent

graveyard shift.

But I never wanted

to be an Igor.

I always wanted to be

an Evil Scientist.


the hunch on my back

was a one-way ticket

to Igor School.

I majored in Talking

With a Slur and graduated

with a Yes Masters Degree.

Then, it was off

to find a job.

Hi, I'm here about

the "Igor Wanted"

and. My name's Igor.

Well, of course it is.

I've got a hunch

on my back.

What's my name

gonna be? Kevin?


They didn't

appreciate my

creatlve style.

But eventually,

I landed a job for

Dr. Glickenstein.

Pull the switch!

Not the

smartest scientist.

His last invention

was an Evil Lasagna.

It didn't klll anyone.

And it actually tasted

pretty good.


Igors aren't

allowed to invent,

but I still manage

to work on my own

inventions in secret.

And this new one

is gonna be the

one that proves

that I'm the biggest

Evil Genius of them all,

and not just another...



Once they see

what I can do, I'll

have a whole new life,

and I'll never have to answer

to another master again.

Sorry Master.

What did you say?

Oh! I mean...



Master. I was in

the bathroom.

Had a bat stuck in the belfry, if you know what I mean. Master

I don t want to hear

your toilet memoirs,

you cretin!

I give you five

minutes a week to take

care of your business.

I'm not running

a resort here!

Now get over

there and...

Pull the switch!

Yes, Master!


Yes! Yes!



Who's the failure

now, Mother?





Mummy, Mummy,

you were right!

I was never meant

to be a scientist.

I should have been

a plumber like you!

That was the first time

he was right all day.

You! Go find

me a 16- gigawatt

temporal transducer

Excuse me, Master, are

you sure you don't

mean 21- gigawatt?

You're correcting me?



I should do more improve.



My hunch.


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Chris McKenna

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