Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956)
Scenes from this film served as footage that got edited in.
footage of flying saucer
One of the early forms of the robot is shown as the alien from this film
The Coneheads go to a triple Sci-fi festival
References in dialogue
there is a scene of an UFO crashing into the Capitol dome
Crow: "Earth vs. Nougat"
Some dialogue from this movie, namely the alien voice, can be heard from an off-screen television in one scene although no images from the movie are shown.
Opening credits: "Earth vs. Ron Hauge"
The title card of the film is seen.
Poster is shown in the Nerd Headquarters from "The Benchwarmers".
Mentioned by Spielberg.
An "Earth vs. the Flying Saucers" movie poster hangs in Abed's room.
poster in Abed's room
Poster hanging next to Abed's calendar in he opening shot
A poster for the film can be seen.
Video case is shown.
The movie poster is on the wall video store.
Sitting next to Animal House on the video store shelf are two VHS copies of Earth vs. the Flying Saucers.
Clip was of meteor storm in small film about operation skyhook was taken from Rocketship X-M (1950).
One of the shots displayed on the large view-screen as Dr. Marvin, his wife, the major and the policeman are being transported in a saucer, is of earth and the moon with a haze-like fog. This shot is taken from the opening credits of The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951). This same scene would be used yet again one year later in the title sequence of another Ray Harryhausen movie, 20 Million Miles To Earth (1957).
One of the scenes of a Washington building exploding is the Los Angeles City Hall being destroyed by the Martians from The War of the Worlds (1953).
Watched on TV by Mimi Aguglia.
Movie shown on TV set.
stock footage of people running in the streets
Several extended clips
Several clips of flying saucers from this film are shown, including flying saucers crashing into various buildings/monuments.
When Orson Welles and others talk about the infamous "War of the Worlds" radio play, clips from this film are used for visual illustration.
Saucers crashing in D.C.
A clip from the film is shown.
Jakob Stegelmann looks at sci-fi and monster movies from the 1950s, mentions the film + clip shown
This film's theatrical trailer is featured.
Jakob Stegelmann recaps the history of aliens from other worlds featured in sci-fi films, comic books and other fiction, mentioning the film + clip shown
Film clips included
Features clips from this title.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions next week's episode, a special devoted to stop motion + clip shown
Jakob Steggelmann mentions the film + clip shown
In the U.S. release version, audio of the conversation aboard the saucer can be heard from an off-screen TV. (In the Japanese version, it's simply a weather report.)
footage is shown from this film
DVD release reviewed + footage used
This episode opens with scenes from the movie.
Clips of the flying saucers attacking Earth was shown.
A clip of this movie was shown.
Walt Jr. is watching this movie
Shows a short clip featuring one of Ray Harryhausen's invading saucers from this film.
short clip shown; listed in credits
Flying Saucers takes #9
Ray Harryhausen created stop-motion animation for this film. Clip shown.
Footage of this movie is shown.