Earth vs. The Flying Saucers (Color)

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Released 2002

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Director:
Fred F. Sears
Released:
2002
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Earth vs. The Flying Saucers (Color) is the beloved 1956 science fiction alien invasion classic from Columbia Pictures. A husband and wife are both scientists working on Operation Skyhook where they send rockets into space for exploration, but they keep failing. Russell Marvin (Hugh Marlowe) is in charge of the operation with wifey Carol (Joan Taylor). While driving back from getting married they both have a close encounter with a flying saucer that hovers over them. Russell tape records the sound of the saucer by accident and studies it later. Later, a flying saucer lands on the military base where they work and an alien emerges. The military opens fire and kills the alien. The saucer returns fire and they have a disintegrating ray that can burn anything. The saucer continues to destroy everything and Russell and Carol are trapped in the basement. The saucer kidnaps Carol's father General Hanley (Morris Ankrum) and tap into his brain for knowledge. Russell discovers that when he plays the sound of the saucer on his recorder at a different speed it's actually a spoken message from the aliens. Russell and Carol get rescued and they get with the presidential cabinet and try and figure out what to do. Russell figures out that Earth can combat them with electronic sound waves since the aliens have electromagnetic technology.moreless
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