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Overlords of the U.F.O. (1976)

This documentary puts forth the theory that UFOs are actually beings from another dimension, and reviews past incidents of UFO sightings in support of that theory.

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W. Gordon Allen ... Himself
Trevor James Constable ... Himself (archive footage)
Juan Fava ... Ufological Consultant (as El Fisico Nuclear)
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This documentary puts forth the theory that UFOs are actually beings from another dimension, and reviews past incidents of UFO sightings in support of that theory.

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PROOF! The E.T's have found us, and they're not all friendly!

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5 November 1977 (USA)  »

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'Legendary, over-zealous, and opportunist absurdity about our elusive alien brethren'
23 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

Legendary, over-zealous, and opportunist absurdity about our elusive alien brethren. An exemplar of the 1970's seemingly unilateral obsession with myths and mythology; naturally, the greatest myth being the, as-yet, unproven existence of earth-curious intergalactic duders. 'Overlords of The UFO' is probably the most ludicrous and specious all all the giddy, cash-in 'documentaries' about this post-Spielbergian phenomena. Your cigar-shaped object would never be the same again! This gonzoid, insensible work is without peer, and makes for utterly magnificent entertainment, and should be mandatory viewing for all earthlings, young, old, credulous or incredulous. (I always felt that should aliens exist, they wouldn't resemble anything quite so anthropoid as depicted in films like this; it all seems to have sprung ready-to-wear from the lurid pen of some paranoid sci-fi writer. Frankly, aliens don't seem alien enough for me.


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