The Disappearance of Flight 412 (1974)
When two Air Force jets disappear after pursuing a UFO in this TV movie, officer-in-charge, Colonel Pete Moore, is ordered by his superiors to quarantine his crews and cover-up the incident. However, the Colonel has other ideas and mounts his own investigation.
as Col. Pete Moore
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This is a UFO Buff's film, also the movie has a few pic's of vintage military aircraft, the F-4, EA-6, and a few others, nothing that rare in the way of Aircraft. It was produced by Cine Films Inc, and it was the last picture they produced in there 2 year exsistance (If that tells you anything). Glenn Ford play's a military capatain who supports his men no matter what. My guess is that Glenn took this part with the lack of work during the 1974 period. It is a rather boring movie, it might be enjoyed by Art Bell Fans or Coast to Coast AM Fans (one in the same). But as for me, I am glad I watched it durning daylight hours or I am sure I would have fell asleep. I got this in the Mill Creek 50 Movie Pack Nightmare Works Collection. And if you have a nightmare from this film, I suggest you seek medical attention right away. 1/2 star for this one. If the inlaws show up play it, they might leave early.More
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