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The Flying Saucer Mystery (1952)

 -  Documentary | Short | Mystery  -  1952 (USA)
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An early documentary examining reports and hypotheses about flying saucers.

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Uncredited cast:
Donald E. Keyhoe ...
Himself - Flying Saucer Advocate (uncredited)
Gabriella Linke ...
Flying Saucer Witness (uncredited)
Oscar Linke ...
Himself - Flying Saucer Witness (uncredited)
August Roberts ...
Himself - Flying Saucer Witness (uncredited)
James Samford ...
Himself - U.S. Air Force General (uncredited)
Noel Scott ...
Himself - Physicist (uncredited)
Frank Scully ...
Himself - Flying Saucer Advocate (uncredited)
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An early documentary examining reports and hypotheses about flying saucers.

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Wrong release year!
28 November 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

I guess the release year printed here is wrong.

It cannot be shot in 1950, since there is an interview with Oscar Linke.

Linke was the witness of a close encounter in 1952! Actually other sources report this documentary as released in 1952.

As far as I know this should be the very first documentary about flying saucers.

Of course some newsreels before 1950 could have covered the saucer news, possibly during the 1947 wave.

Is there any movie expert able to confirm this?


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