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Mikel Conrad



Mikel Conrad began his screen career in 1948 as a Universal-International contract player. In 1949, Conrad embarked upon an extended working vacation to Alaska, which he parlayed into a short starring career. In 1950, he produced, wrote, and appeared in The Flying Saucer, an Alaska-based piece of speculative fiction. In hopes of drumming up business, Conrad sent out a publicity release which intimated that his film contained actual footage of a flying saucer (it didn't). Mikel Conrad dropped out of sight shortly after appearing in another sci-fi cheapie, Untamed Women. Mikel Conrad should not be confused with Michael Conrad of Hill Street Blues fame.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff
  • Sergeant Stone
2003
No Score Yet Thumb Tripping
  • Diesel
1972
No Score Yet Hoodlum Empire
  • Chunce
1952
No Score Yet Breakdown
  • Actor
1952
No Score Yet Francis
  • Maj. Garber
1950
No Score Yet The Flying Saucer
  • Mike Trent
  • Producer
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
1950
No Score Yet Mr. Soft Touch
  • Officer Miller
1949
No Score Yet The Man from Colorado
  • Morris
1949
No Score Yet Check Your Guns
  • Ace
1948
No Score Yet The Gangster
  • Thug
1947
No Score Yet Border Feud
  • Elmore
1947

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