Ray Harryhausen

<b>“Earth Vs. the Flying Saucers”</b><br>
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Fred Sears directed this quintessential 1950s flying saucer movie. Featuring the innovative stop-motion special effects of the legendary <b><a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002242" title="Ray Harryhausen" href="/topic/entertainment/ray-harryhausen-PECLB002242.topic">Ray Harryhausen</a></b> (left), the 1956 release finds an alien spaceship visiting the location of a U.S. satellite project. When a misunderstanding leads to the aliens being fired upon, the otherworldy behing retaliate by sending flying saucers bent on destruction to all the major cities on the planet.<br>
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<b>Alien Demeanor:</b> Friend turn foe.
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( Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times )

“Earth Vs. the Flying Saucers”

Fred Sears directed this quintessential 1950s flying saucer movie. Featuring the innovative stop-motion special effects of the legendary Ray Harryhausen (left), the 1956 release finds an alien spaceship visiting the location of a U.S. satellite project. When a misunderstanding leads to the aliens being fired upon, the otherworldy behing retaliate by sending flying saucers bent on destruction to all the major cities on the planet.

Alien Demeanor: Friend turn foe.

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