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deuard worthen over 5 years ago
Quite a classic - loved the saucers - using sound was a nice touch
Kate Du-Rose 6 years ago
The archetypical alien invasion movie. The final scenes in Washington are amazing
Peter Renshaw over 7 years ago
loved watching this, just make sure you don't look @ the beam or they suck your brains out
Randy Dumont almost 4 years ago
Robert Stuart 4 years ago
David Myers 6 years ago
Steve Shepard almost 7 years ago
Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956) is an American black and white science fiction film, directed by Fred F. Sears and released by Columbia Pictures. The film is also known as Invasion of the Flying Saucers. It was ostensibly suggested by the non-fiction work Flying Saucers from Outer Space by Donald Keyhoe. The flying saucer effects were created by Ray Harryhausen. The film is set in 1956, one year before the first satellite, Sputnik I, was launched into orbit around the Earth. "Project Skyhook," a proposed American space-exploration program to launch a dozen satellites, is visited by an alien flying saucer. A misunderstanding by the Earthlings leads to the aliens being fired upon, and they retaliate by destroying the project site, killing everyone except the two principal characters, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin (a scientist and his wife and secretary). The sequence of events quickly spirals out of control and leads to a full scale invasion. Flying saucers attack Washington, D.C., Paris,...
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