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For a certain generation that came of age watching trippy, bell-bottomed Saturday-morning TV shows while sucking down bottomless bowls of Count Chocula, the words are as sacred as, 'Here's the story of a man named Brady' or 'Scooby-Dooby-Doo, where are you?' For [movieperson id='190407']Will Ferrell[/movieperson], they're the inspiration for this never-before-seen clip from his June blockbuster [movie id='369697']'Land of the Lost.'[/movie]
'Marshall, Will and Holly/ On a routine expedition,' Ferrell sings as park ranger Rick Marshall, performing his ditty for, well, Will (Danny McBride) and Holly ([movieperson id='201154']Anna Friel[/movieperson]). 'Met the greatest earthquake ever known/ High on the rapids, it struck their tiny raft/ And plunged them down a thousand feet below/ To the Land of the Lost.'
Also along for the ride is Lonely Island member Jorma Taccone , unrecognizable as friendly cave-boy Chaka — as well as a ukulele and one particularly scary-looking mosquito.
Ferrell and his 'LOTL' pals sent over the exclusive clip to help MTV celebrate the taping of the latest 'Spoilers' show . Alongside new footage from 'Star Trek' and the 'Harry Potter' and 'Transformers' sequels — as well as Zack Snyder's 'Watchmen' in its entirety — the 'Land of the Lost' footage was unveiled to our geek-heavy, approving audience.
Will's clip was met with a lot of laughter from our crowd of 300, particularly because it hits the right note of mixing self-reference with humor for those who might be unfamiliar with the movie's source material: a blissfully cheesy classic from Sid and Marty Krofft that ran from 1974-1976. In case you haven't seen the show's classic opening, you can check out the MTVMoviesBlog.com .