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The Day the Earth Stood Still
Flight to Mars
Man from Planet X
The Thing from Another World
Invaders from Mars
It Came from Outer Space
War of the Worlds
Devil Girl from Mars
Target Earth
This Island Earth
Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
Forbidden Planet
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Not of This Earth
Invasion of the Saucer Men

PICTURES OF THE WEEK: Poster art for alien-themed and flying-saucer science-fiction movies of the 1950s. From 1951: The Day the Earth Stood Still, Flight to Mars, The Man from Planet X, The Thing from Another World. From 1953: Invaders from Mars, It Came from Outer Space, War of the Worlds. From 1954: Devil Girl from Mars, Target Earth. From 1955: This Island Earth. From 1956: Earth vs. the Flying Saucers, Forbidden Planet, Invasion of the Body Snatchers. From 1957: Not of This Earth, Invasion of the Saucer Men.



This week at Saturday Night Uforia:
Saucer SummerSaucer Reading Fest

PART TWELVE -- Honoring a mid-20th-century American tradition of lazy days of reading, a selection of intriguing writings from the golden age of saucer-sighting.

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Coming in 2016-2017:
SaucerSaucer Reading Fest

PART THIRTEEN -- Honoring a mid-20th-century American tradition of lazy days of reading, a selection of some of the most intriguing writings from the golden age of saucer-sighting.


MeteorSpotlight 1952: Anatomy of a Hoax

PART TWELVE -- All successful hoaxes have had certain elements in common, starting with the hoaxster's ability to beguile and deceive. But the most important factor of all may be the need to believe.


B. BunnySpotlight 1952: Anatomy of a Hoax

PART THIRTEEN -- All successful hoaxes have had certain elements in common, starting with the hoaxster's ability to beguile and deceive. But the most important factor of all may be the need to believe.


AdamskiSpotlight 1952: Anatomy of a Hoax

PART FOURTEEN -- All successful hoaxes have had certain elements in common, starting with the hoaxster's ability to beguile and deceive. But the most important factor of all may be the need to believe.






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