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UFO Kidnapped (1983)

TV-G | | Adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Two teenage boys, Alasdair and Kevin, out camping in the Ontario woods are abducted by a spaceship and are held with two other captives, a cat burglar and a teenage intellectual, by two ... See full summary »
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Alasdair
Kevin Kubusheskie ...
Kevin
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Sam Smythe
Vanessa Lindores ...
Lalia, the Looli
Doug Ptolemy ...
Looli #2
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Klea
Greg Saygon ...
Shandrilla #1
Tony Lefebvre ...
Shandrilla #2
Rodney Helal ...
Horned Boy
John Caines ...
Policeman
Barry Blake ...
Merkaran Dealer
Terry Green ...
Merkaran Guard
Mike Tomicic ...
Merkaran Guard
John William Galt ...
Merkaran Guard
Amber ...
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Two teenage boys, Alasdair and Kevin, out camping in the Ontario woods are abducted by a spaceship and are held with two other captives, a cat burglar and a teenage intellectual, by two aliens who take them on a trip through space and time while Alasdair and Kevin and their two other captives try to figure out the aliens agenda for them. Written by Matt

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Did anyone else ever see this?
5 January 2000 | by (Columbus, Ohio) – See all my reviews

I'm relying on sheer willpower to remember this one, but it's all coming back to me in a Proustian rush. This made-for-Nickelodeon special used cast members from Nick's "You Can't Do That on Television," but it wasn't a comedy. A real attempt at science fiction, this short film fails in many ways but it has a lot of, what they call in the industry, "Heart." I think it was shot on the same low-grade video as YCDTOTV and the special effects looked like something you expect to see on your local cable access channel, but the story in which two kids are captured by aliens, has some interesting angles. Anybody else out there ever see this? Who's with me? It's too bad this team didn't attempt a few more oddball notions like this one, since at the time it was one of the few children's pieces that had any brains to it. And by the way, it doesn't have a particularly happy ending, which is always a hard sell in the kiddie-tv market.


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