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Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956)

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Hugh Marlowe Hugh Marlowe
Dr. Russell A. Marvin
Joan Taylor Joan Taylor
Carol Marvin
Donald Curtis Donald Curtis
Maj. Huglin
Morris Ankrum Morris Ankrum
Brig. Gen. John Hanley
John Zaremba John Zaremba
Prof. Kanter
Thomas Browne Henry Thomas Browne Henry
Vice Adm. Enright
Grandon Rhodes Grandon Rhodes
Gen. Edmunds
Larry J. Blake Larry J. Blake
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Bernard Gordon Bernard Gordon
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George Worthing Yates George Worthing Yates
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Monsters Mash #19 Aliens Invaders Flying Saucers

4 years, 10 months ago at Oct 2 1:29
Welcome back to Monsters Mash since the early days of science fiction UFOs has been the backbone of the genre either your a skeptic or a believer this is the UFO and this is the classic movie [img id=4304173 width=500full] the plot is a blunt full scale alien invasion the stop motion effect were made by film legends Ray Harryhausen, Ray made the UFO to look like it tilts and give some chilling sou... read more

Earth vs the Flying Saucers

9 months ago at Nov 20 5:46
In light of Mars Attacks! it’s a bit difficult to watch Earth vs the Flying Saucers with a straight face, since Tim Burton’s homage/parody hybrid used it as the most obvious foundational subject. Still, once you get past that first batch of giggles, buckle up for a briskly paced piece of pulp science fiction in which death rays destroy D.C. and loads of military men. Please don’t come around... read more
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Dr. Russell Marvin heads up Operation Skyhook, which is tasked with sending rockets into the upper atmosphere to probe for future space flights. Unfortunately, all the rockets are somehow disappearing. While investigating this strange occurrence, Russell and his new wife Carol are abducted by a flying saucer. The aliens demand to meet with certain people in order to negotiate... but it was a trick, and the Martains only wanted to kill them. The invasion has begun and if Russell and Carol can't find a way to stop these creatures and get past their defenses, it may be the end of the human race.
Release date: 1 July 1956
UPC: 043396078659
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Earth vs the Flying Saucers

“In light of Mars Attacks! it’s a bit difficult to watch Earth vs the Flying Saucers with a straight face, since Tim Burton’s homage/parody hybrid used it as the most obvious foundational subject. Still, once you get past that first batch of giggles, buckle up for a briskly paced piece of pulp science fiction in which death rays destroy D.C. and loads of military men. Please don’t come around here looking for brainy, politically-loaded science fiction around here, Earth vs the Flying Saucers merely wants to entertain and titillate with its steroidal B-movie charms.   While smarter contemporaries like Invasion of the Body Snatchers took Cold War paranoia (and good ol’ fashioned McCarthyism, which is making a disturbing resurgence of late) as a building block for a heavily symboli” read more

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