The X-Files (1993– )
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Mulder receives an encrypted computer disk containing the defense department's top secret files on extraterrestrial life and becomes a target. Scully takes him to a Navajo family that unearthed a buried secret to decipher the disk.

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... Fox Mulder
... Dana Scully
... William Mulder
... Albert Hosteen
... Alex Krycek
... Smoking Man
... Walter Skinner
Michael David Simms ... Senior FBI Agent
... Josephine Doane
Ken Camroux-Taylor ... 2nd Senior Agent (as Ken Camroux)
... Eric Hosteen
... Kenneth 'The Thinker' Soona
... John Fitzgerald Byers
... Richard 'Ringo' Langly
... Melvin Frohike
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A man known as "The Thinker" has hacked into the U.S. Department of Defense mainframe and uncovered 50-years-worth of proof that the Gov't has been dealing with aliens. Mulder and Scully race against time to distinguish truth from lies, uncover the secrets, and survive them. Written by EJS

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Trivia

Renae Morriseau plays Josephine Doane, a Navajo translator. She also played another Native American, Gwen Goodensnake in The X-Files: Shapes (1994) See more »

Goofs

Just after Mulder hits Skinner, there's a clear shot of Skinner's face where we see no injury of any kind. In the next scene, when Scully is called into Skinner's office, he has a red mark off the left corner of his mouth. See more »

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Albert Hosteen: In the desert, things find a way to survive. Secrets are like this too. They push their way up through the sands of deception so men can know them.
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Featured in The X-Files: The Truth (2002) See more »

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The X-Files
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal
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Possible Easter Egg found that may have not been noticed
26 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

Just wanted to make notice of a possible Easter Egg that may have not been noticed. When Mulder returns to the front door of his apartment we see that the number of his apartment is "42". That may be a reference and honor to the Science Fiction Comedy book called "Life, The Universe, and Everything" written by Douglas Adams, of which the number "42" plays a part of the story. So correct me if I am wrong if this has no reference to the novel. Or even the related T.V. series that was made from his novel.


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