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Chariots of the Gods? The Mysteries Continue (1996)

An update of "Chariots of the Gods" (1970), this slick production provides updates of Erich von Däniken's controversial theories with von Däniken himself acting as co-host. Shooting ... See full summary »

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Himself, host
Erich von Däniken ...
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Matthew Golombek ...
Himself, Mars Pathfinder Project
Daniel Goldin ...
Himself, NASA administrator (archive footage)
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David Leckrone ...
Himself, senior scientist, Hubbel Telescope
Rudolf Gantenbrink ...
Himself, robotics engineer
Graham Hancock ...
Himself, author
Neil Steede ...
Himself, Meso-American archeologist
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An update of "Chariots of the Gods" (1970), this slick production provides updates of Erich von Däniken's controversial theories with von Däniken himself acting as co-host. Shooting locations include the Giza Plateau in Egypt, the megalithic ruins at Carnac in Brittany, the ancient Mayan cities of Chichén Itzá and Palenque in Mexico, Deder and Kaimalkin in Turkey, as well as other mysterious sites around the world. Written by JHC3

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Brilliant film, based on 1970 version, of 'were we visited by others?'
14 July 2000 | by See all my reviews

There are so many unexplained happenings in his world. Were we visited by others? What are the reasons for landing strips in South America? What is the importance of Stonehenge in England? So much happens to us with no real answers. Big question. Are we the only life force in the Universe?


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