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Mikel Conrad

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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 BOX OFFICE YEAR
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 Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff
  • Sergeant Stone
1949
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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