Science Fiction Theatre: Season 1, Episode 37

Are We Invaded? (20 Jan. 1956)

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A journalist sees a UFO and goes on a quest to discover the truth about them. What he finds is far beyond anything either he or anyone else ever suspected.

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Truman Bradley ...
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Dr. Walter Arnold
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Seth Turner
Leslie Gaye ...
Barbara Arnold
Anthony Eustrel ...
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Paul Hahn ...
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A journalist sees a UFO and goes on a quest to discover the truth about them. What he finds is far beyond anything either he or anyone else ever suspected.

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Flying Saucer, Redux!
18 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So many of these shows involve "young" people on the way up, often ready to marry. The main character and his betrothed are necking on hill when they spot a flying saucer. This guy is supposed to be an up and coming reporter. He's about forty-five years old. Also, while up there, they are approached by a strange man who says he needs a ride back to town; his car has broken down. Anyway, the young woman has a father who is a noted astronomer. They go to see him and a big angry to do takes place. The "young" man is embarrassed and sets out to prove the old man wrong. He makes a documentary, enlisting a series of flying saucer observers. It, of course, proves nothing and he is embarrassed a second time. Plus, he has wasted nearly 300 dollars making the film. There is a kicker, of course, and that's what makes us think at the end. I remember the ending from when I was a kid in the fifties. It had a lot more impact then.


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