Flying Disc Man from Mars 1950
Mota (Gregory Gaye, Ninotchka), a Martian invader intent on ruling Earth, finds a more than willing accomplice in Dr. Bryant (James Craven, Captain Midnight), a brilliant scientist with a secret Nazi past. If Bryant will help Mota construct some Martian atomic weapons, they can conquer the Earth in the name of the Martian emperor and Bryant can rule it. All Bryant will need to do is get some materials... like Uranium. The scientist thinks that's a fair deal, control of the planet for a pile of metal, and so they create a 'semi-disc' plane that can fly vertically and set Mota's lab up in an active volcano.

While Mota and Bryant think that they Earth will be easy pickings, they don't count on Kent Fowler and his sidekick Steve (stuntman Sandy Sanders) along with their secretary, Helen (Lois Collier). Those three aren't going to let any dirty Martian steal Uranium and use it to take over their planet. Hell no!

BD50 | 1080p AVC | 167 minutes | 45.5 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: none
Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime, Fantasy, Sci-Fi

Director: Fred C. Brannon
Cast: Walter Reed, Lois Collier, Gregory Gaye
Country: USA

All twelve episodes of Flying Disc Man From Mars are now available for your home viewing enjoyment in one exciting package:

01. Menace from Mars
02. The Volcano's Secret
03. Death Rides the Stratosphere
04. Execution by Fire
05. The Living Projectile
06. Perilous Mission
07. Descending Doom
08. Suicidal Sacrifice
09. The Funeral Pyre
10. Weapons of Hate
11. Disaster of the Highway
12. Volcanic Vengeance

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