The Flying Saucer 2001 Horror Movie Review
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By January 1950, “Atomic Age” America was fueled with rabid paranoia. Russia had the H-bomb, communists were infiltrating unions and academia, strange unidentified objects called “flying saucers” were invading our skies and a small New Mexico town called Roswell was suddenly made famous. “The Flying Saucer” is about a thrill-packed race between the United States and Russia to capture a flying saucer hidden in the uncharted, avalanche-prone wastelands of Alaska.
About The Flying Saucer (2001)
The Flying Saucer
George Baxter, Robert Boon, Frank Darien, Roy Engel, Pat Garrison,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
NR (Not Rated)Runtime:
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