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Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956)



Earth vs. the Flying Saucers

(1956)

83 minutes

Fantasy / Science Fiction

Directed by Fred F. Sears

Cast:

Hugh Marlowe as Dr. Russell A. Marvin 
Joan Taylor as Carol Marvin 
Donald Curtis as Major Huglin 
Morris Ankrum as Brig. Gen. John Hanley 
John Zaremba as Professor Kanter 
Thomas Browne Henry as Vice Admiral Enright  
Grandon Rhodes as Gen. Edmunds 
Larry J. Blake as Motorcycle Cop

Dr. Russell A. Marvin and his wife Carol discover a flying saucer in the sky while traveling through the desert to a military base to expedite the eleventh rocket to the boundary of Earth in order to assist the research of outer space. He unintentionally speaks of the discovery on his tape recorder. When they get to the military base, Dr. Russell is told by his father-in-law and the general that something strange has happened to the first ten satellites. He comes into a conversation with aliens requesting him to arrange a meeting with the commanders of Earth in fifty-six days after he uncovers the message. They have plans to infringe Earth, without frightening the citizens. Dr. Russell creates an anti-magnetic weapon, hoping this will be the solution to save humanity and put an end to the devious aliens.  

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