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Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs (2005)

A UFO enthusiast interviews Dan Aykroyd on the subject of extraterrestrials visiting Earth.

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(as David B. Sereda)
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David Sereda ...
Gordon Cooper ...
Himself - Astronaut (archive footage)
Paul Hellyer ...
Himself - Exopolitics Symposium, University of Toronto
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Himself (archive footage) (as President Ronald Reagan)
John F. Schuessler ...
Himself - International Director, MUFON.com (as John Schuessler)
John Hutchison ...
Himself - Canadian Scientist
Ken Storch ...
Himself - USAF Retired, 1969-1974
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Himself - UFO Witness, Venice, CA
Stephen Bassett ...
Himself - UFO Political Activist
Richard Dolan ...
Himself - KeyholePublishing.com
Grant Cameron ...
Himself - PresidentialUFO.com
Lynne Kitei ...
Herself - ThePhoenixLights.net (as Dr. Lynne Kitei)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cady Coleman ...
Herself - Space Shuttle Astronaut (archive footage) (as Catherine Coleman)
Richard Feynman ...
Himself - Nobel Prize Winner (archive footage)
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David Serada, a UFO enthusiast, interviews the comedian Dan Aykroyd who claims he has had experiences with alien beings. Aykroyd expounds on UFO lore and his own beliefs on matters related to extraterrestrials. Footage of this interview is interspersed with video and film of these flying objects; video clips of a former Canadian defense minister speaking on the subject; audio clips of astronauts speaking of strange things in space; and more. Written by J. Spurlin

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David Sereda: 2001 was a real space odyssey for me. Instead of flying on a spaceship to the moon, Jupiter, or beyond the solar system, I met Dan Aykroyd for the first time to talk about UFOs. That's when I knew I had to sit him down in front of the camera and just let him talk about the truth. Because if I didn't no one would believe we had this amazing conversation. One time I had this long conversation with Dan Aykroyd about UFOs, and I thought it was like Einstein was hiding inside of a comic genius, just...
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Unintentionally Hilarious
13 December 2006 | by (Santa Cruz, CA) – See all my reviews

Now, I would never dis Dan Akroyd, the man is a comedic genius. But, whoever made this movie is dumb as a rock. David Serada comes across as a total moron and asks Akroyd totally inept questions. Seriously, if you had a sit down interview, would you ask Dan Akroyd who he would meet if he traveled back in time? The production value is rock bottom with CGI that looks straight outta 1996. Serada's narrations is boring and his monotone drawl gets old REAL quick. Akroyd comes across as being very smart (as he obviously is, this must have been a slight lapse in clarity) and a perfect gentlemen. The makers of the film, however come across as complete morons. If you completely and totally believe aliens are already here, good for you. As a filmmaker, you should try to get people to believe by preparing a well put together film, which this most definitely isn't. But, if Serada and co., were smart, rational people, they wouldn't have made such a terrible film.


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