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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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David Sereda (as David B. Sereda)
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Credited cast:
Dan Aykroyd ... Himself
David Sereda David Sereda ... Himself - UFOlogist
Gordon Cooper ... Himself - Astronaut (archive footage)
Paul Hellyer ... Himself - Exopolitics Symposium, University of Toronto
Ronald Reagan ... Himself (archive footage) (as President Ronald Reagan)
John F. Schuessler ... Himself - International Director, MUFON.com (as John Schuessler)
John Hutchison John Hutchison ... Himself - Canadian Scientist
Ken Storch Ken Storch ... Himself - USAF Retired, 1969-1974
Patrick Uskert ... Himself - UFO Witness, Venice, CA
Stephen Bassett ... Himself - UFO Political Activist
Richard M. Dolan ... Himself - KeyholePublishing.com (as Richard Dolan)
Grant Cameron Grant Cameron ... Himself - PresidentialUFO.com
Lynne Kitei Lynne Kitei ... Herself - ThePhoenixLights.net (as Dr. Lynne Kitei)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cady Coleman Cady Coleman ... Herself - Space Shuttle Astronaut (archive footage) (as Catherine Coleman)
Richard Feynman 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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USA

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English

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15 July 2005 (UK) See more »

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Dan Aykroyd: I am here because I am a writer, a performer. I find it entertaining. I'm not a scientist, ah, I, uh, you know, and I'm not theosopher, a philosopher. And I, I, you know, I am just here because it is enormously, enormously entertaining. And mysteries like this are challenging, and it's really, really fun to contemplate, uh, that uh, you know, there, there may be beings out there who are concerned about our planet and who may give us the opportunity to advance ourselves. It's, it's really fun to...
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Repeated and questionable visuals make the stories told hard to believe
6 May 2008 | by dbborroughsSee all my reviews

I've seen dozens of UFO documentaries and this one is decidedly middle of the pack. Set up as an interview with Dan Aykroyd about UFO's this is often wanders off from Dan to other people such as Gordon Cooper who also tell their stories about UFO's.The spoken material presented is for the most part pretty good and interesting, and had this been an audio presentation this would have rated higher, however the visuals and how they are arranged are something else entirely. First off Aykroyd looks uncomfortable, on some level it seems as though he doesn't want to be there and the result is its not fun to watch. Secondly the filmmakers use the same footage over and over and over again under the comments made by the various talking heads. By the time ten minutes have passed we've seen several shots five or six times, give me the person speaking not the same Mexican sightings. Worst of all the film the film repeatedly uses some of the footage of Billy Meier's UFO sightings. It is spectacular stuff but since most people seem to feel that Meier was hoaxing all his pictures and videos its inclusion makes it hard to take the rest of the material seriously. Visuals aside there are some nifty tales told and if you can listen to this video rather than watch it its a rather intriguing way to play a mind stretching what if game.


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