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Summer of '47 

Michael is assigned to talk to a WWII vet (Hal Carver) for history class and hears the story of the crash of the alien craft in 1947. Michael imagines the story with himself and his friends... See full summary »

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... Liz Parker / Yvonne White
... Max Evans / Richard Doty
... Isabel Evans / Rosemary
... Maria DeLuca / Betty Osorio
... Michael Guerin / Young Hal Carver
... Alex Whitman / Captain Sheridan Cavitt
... Kyle Valenti / Sheriff Jim Valenti
... Tess Harding / Dixie
... Sheriff Jim Valenti / Colonel James Cassidy
... Hal Carver
Eric Saiet ... Teacher
... Barkeep
... MP
Finn Curtin ... Patron #1
... Patron #2
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Michael is assigned to talk to a WWII vet (Hal Carver) for history class and hears the story of the crash of the alien craft in 1947. Michael imagines the story with himself and his friends in the roles. The military actions and cover up surrounding the crash is revealed and Michael learns more than he bargained for about his own history and what else might be out there. Written by horomnizon

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23 October 2000 (USA)  »

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Trivia

After Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Little Green Men (1995), this is the second time that Charles Napier (Hal Carver) played a US Army officer who was involved in the Roswell UFO Incident. See more »

Quotes

Liz: Oh, Max. Look, I don't know what to do. Calls keep coming in to Congresswoman Whitaker's office. Should I return them, or...
Michael: Not now!
Liz: [to Max] We'll talk in trig.
[leaves]
Max: [to Michael] You know, mean people suck.
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References Summer of '42 (1971) See more »

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In The Mood
Music by Joe Garland (uncredited)
Performed by The Brian Setzer Orchestra
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