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9th Aug '16 7:46:32 PM Ripburger
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* Naturally, some of the alien ships in the ''{{X-COM}}'' series fall under this, as does one of the ships you can manifacture in the first game.

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* Naturally, some of the alien ships in the ''{{X-COM}}'' ''{{VideoGame/XCOM}}'' series fall under this, as does one of the ships you can manifacture in the first game.
25th Jul '16 6:30:34 PM WillyFourEyes
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* [[VideoGame/Persona5 Persona 5]] has one in Futaba Sakura's persona Necronomicon.

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* [[VideoGame/Persona5 Persona 5]] ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has one in Futaba Sakura's persona Necronomicon.Necronomicon.
* Featured several times in the ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' series, with Dr. Wily's escape pod sometimes resembling a UFO. One of Wily's Robot Masters, Galaxy Man from ''VideoGame/MegaMan9'', has a top half that is built like a flying saucer. His stage also features a saucer-shaped enemy called the Adamski, named for ufologist George Adamski.
* The UFO copy ability in certain ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' games allows Kirby to float around freely (as opposed to his normal method of {{flight}}) and shoot laser beams. The only drawback is that he is unable to go down ladders or slip through narrow floors while in this form.
14th Jul '16 12:59:48 PM JackG
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* The plot of the 60's AlienInvasion series ''The Invaders'' is set into motion by the protagonist witnessing a UFO landing.
4th Jul '16 7:45:24 PM JackG
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* The ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' documentary episode "Mars and Beyond", while speculating on possible intelligent life on Mars, shows an animated flyer saucer, rapidly followed by a [[RuleOfFunny flying (lit) cigar, a flying lampshade and a flying water bottle]]. [[UsefulNotes/TheSpaceRace Wernher von Braun]] objected to what he saw Hollywood frivolity, so the narrator suggests that humanity will one day develop an 'electromagnetic drive' vessel, presented in the form of a flying saucer. The final scene shows several flying saucers zooming over a [[DomedHometown domed]] human colony on Mars, ascending into a giant mothership saucer [[AndTheAdventureContinues which flies off into interstellar space]]. Also worthy of note are the 'umbrella ships' of the Mars Expedition Fleet, each topped with a huge round heat radiator for the atomic generator.

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* The ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' documentary episode "Mars and Beyond", while speculating on possible intelligent life on Mars, shows an animated flyer saucer, rapidly followed by a [[RuleOfFunny flying (lit) cigar, a flying lampshade and a flying water bottle]]. [[UsefulNotes/TheSpaceRace Wernher von Braun]] objected to what he saw as Hollywood frivolity, so the narrator suggests that humanity will one day develop an 'electromagnetic drive' vessel, presented in the form of a flying saucer.saucer spaceship. The final scene shows several flying saucers zooming over a [[DomedHometown domed]] human colony on Mars, ascending into a giant mothership saucer [[AndTheAdventureContinues which flies off into interstellar space]]. Also worthy of note are the 'umbrella ships' of the Mars Expedition Fleet, each topped with a huge round heat radiator for the atomic generator.
4th Jul '16 7:43:12 PM JackG
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* In the Disney documentary series ''Man in Space'', the sequence on Martian colonization ended with several flying saucers zooming over the human settlement. Wernher Von Braun objected to what he saw a Hollywood frivolity, so it's implied they're actually human-developed via an earlier sequence discussing the evolution of transport. Also worthy of note are the so-called 'umbrella ships' of the Mars Expedition Fleet, each topped with a huge round heat radiator for the atomic generator.

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* In the Disney The ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' documentary series ''Man in Space'', episode "Mars and Beyond", while speculating on possible intelligent life on Mars, shows an animated flyer saucer, rapidly followed by a [[RuleOfFunny flying (lit) cigar, a flying lampshade and a flying water bottle]]. [[UsefulNotes/TheSpaceRace Wernher von Braun]] objected to what he saw Hollywood frivolity, so the sequence on Martian colonization ended with narrator suggests that humanity will one day develop an 'electromagnetic drive' vessel, presented in the form of a flying saucer. The final scene shows several flying saucers zooming over the a [[DomedHometown domed]] human settlement. Wernher Von Braun objected to what he saw colony on Mars, ascending into a Hollywood frivolity, so it's implied they're actually human-developed via an earlier sequence discussing the evolution of transport. giant mothership saucer [[AndTheAdventureContinues which flies off into interstellar space]]. Also worthy of note are the so-called 'umbrella ships' of the Mars Expedition Fleet, each topped with a huge round heat radiator for the atomic generator.
16th Jun '16 3:58:58 PM nombretomado
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* One of these is piloted by a stereotypical 'grey' alien (as opposed to the more normal aliens) in an episode of the ''TenchiMuyo'' manga.

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* One of these is piloted by a stereotypical 'grey' alien (as opposed to the more normal aliens) in an episode of the ''TenchiMuyo'' ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' manga.
8th Jun '16 4:15:01 PM drbreakfast
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* The Prawns' ship in ''Film/District9'' is a massive flying saucer with a bunch of industrial-looking pipes and tanks attached to the bottom.
6th May '16 2:54:22 AM WolfThunder
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* [[VideoGame/Persona5 Persona 5]] has one in Futaba Sakura's persona Necronomicon.
26th Apr '16 1:56:31 AM JackG
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* The starship ''Vittoria'' from ''Starship Through Space'', a 1954 sci-fi juvenile by Lee Correy (G. Harry Stine).

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* The starship ''Vittoria'' from ''Starship Through Space'', a 1954 sci-fi juvenile by Lee Correy (G. Harry Stine). Though he describes it as an 'oblate spheroid' (e.g. a flattened sphere, otherwise known as a flying saucer).
26th Apr '16 1:52:38 AM JackG
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* In the ParodyFic ''Plan 7 of 9 from Outer Space'', the aerodynamic instability of a flying saucer is used to explain [[SpecialEffectsFailure why they wobble when flying]].



* In the Disney documentary series ''Man in Space'', the sequence on Martian colonization ended with several flying saucers zooming over the human settlement. Wernher Von Braun objected to what he saw a Hollywood frivolity, so it's implied they're actually human-developed via an earlier sequence discussing the evolution of transport. Also worthy of note are the so-called 'umbrella ships' of the Mars Expedition Fleet, each topped with a huge round heat radiator for the atomic generator.

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* In the Disney documentary series ''Man in Space'', the sequence on Martian colonization ended with several flying saucers zooming over the human settlement. Wernher Von Braun objected to what he saw a Hollywood frivolity, so it's implied they're actually human-developed via an earlier sequence discussing the evolution of transport. transport. Also worthy of note are the so-called 'umbrella ships' of the Mars Expedition Fleet, each topped with a huge round heat radiator for the atomic generator.
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