The Flying Saucer 1950 — A Sci-FI / Horror Movie Trailer

The Flying Saucer 1950 — A Sci-FI / Horror Movie Trailer

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Have we visitors from outer space?
Streaking out of the unknown comes a strange new terror!

Both the CIA and KGB investigate UFOs in Alaska: friend or foe? —Rod Crawford (

The CIA sends playboy Mike Trent to Alaska with agent Vee Langley, posing as his “nurse,” to investigate flying saucer sightings. At first, installed in a hunting lodge, the two play in the wilderness. But then they sight a saucer. Investigating, our heroes clash with an inept gang of Soviet spies, also after the saucer secret. —Rod Crawford (

Plot: Spoilers?
American Intelligence officials learn that Soviet spies have begun exploring a remote region of the Alaskan Territory in search of answers to the worldwide reports of “flying saucers”. A wealthy American playboy, Mike Trent (Mikel Conrad), who was raised in that remote region, is recruited by intelligence officer Hank Thorn (Russell Hicks) to assist a Secret Service agent in exploring that area to discover what the Soviets may have found.

To his pleasant surprise, Mike discovers the agent is an attractive woman named Vee Langley (Pat Garrison); they set off together and slowly become mutually attracted to each other. Their cover story is that Mike is suffering from a nervous breakdown and she is his private nurse. At Mike’s family’s wilderness lodge, they are met by a foreign-accented caretaker named Hans (Hantz von Teuffen), new to the job.

Mike is very skeptical of the flying saucer reports until he spots one flying over the lodge. Assorted complications ensue until Mike and Vee finally discover that Hans is one of the Soviet agents who is trying to acquire the flying saucer. It turns out that the saucer is an invention of American scientist Dr. Laughton (Roy Engel). But Turner (Denver Pyle), Laughton’s assistant, is a communist sympathizer and has other ideas; he tries to make a deal to sell the saucer to the Soviets for one million dollars.

Mike’s trip to Juneau to see old friends, including Matt Mitchell (Frank Darrien), is ill-advised; when Vee tracks him down he is in the company of a bar girl, named Nanette (Virginia Hewitt). Matt gets mixed up with the Soviet agents who are trying to obtain control of the saucer. When he tries to strike a bargain with ring leader Colonel Marikoff (Lester Sharpe), at the spy’s headquarters, Matt is knocked unconscious.

He is able to escape and seeks out Mike, but they are attacked by the Soviets, who kill Matt. Before he dies, however, Matt reveals the location of the saucer: Twin Lakes. Mike rents an aircraft and flies to where the saucer is hidden in an isolated cabin. After flying back to his lodge, he tries to find Vee, who has tried to spirit Lawton away; the trio is captured by the turncoat Taylor and a group of Soviet agents. The Soviets lead their prisoners through a secret tunnel hidden under the glacier; an avalanche begins and wipes them out. Mike, Vee, and Lawton escape the tunnel just in time to see Turner fly off in the saucer; it suddenly explodes in mid-air, due to a time bomb that Lawton had planted on board for such an eventuality. Their mission now accomplished, Mike and Vee embrace and kiss.

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