Uçan daireler Istanbulda

In Raki Randale on November 24, 2013 at 6:39 pm

Title: Uçan daireler Istanbulda (Flying Saucers Over Istanbul)
Production: Turkey 1955
Director: Orhan Erçin
Cast: Orhan Erçin, Zafer Önen, Halide Piskin
Run Time: 67min
Circulation: PAL DVDr
Generation/Source: VHS Rip
Language: Turkish
Subtitles: None


Nickthecreep said: “Wonderful Cheesecake Sci-Fi Burlesque where leggy alien women, with shitbox robot in tow, make a stop in Turkey and learn how to bellydance. With newfound dancing skills, they return to their home planet bettered beings, but not before they disintegrate the earth and destroy mankind with their ray guns. Or something like that. There are no subtitles on this disc and the only Turkish words I understand are Cüneyt Arkin, so some of that synopsis may be plain wrong (outright lies even), but the movie is like a mix of Invasion of the Star Creatures [1963] and The Peek Snatchers [1965] (did this really come out in 1955?) which if you have any sense, you’ll now be nodding your head accordingly and clicking the torrent link at the top of the page.
Big thanks to bimskalabim who originally uploaded this work of genius. There was an issue with the BUPs or the IFOs or something on the original upload that resulted in a slight pause about every 2 and a half minutes throughout the duration of the movie. I demuxed the video and remuxed it which generated some new BUPS and IFOs, and then made a new menu for the disc (thanks darioargento and angrybunny. I figure there’s an easier way to go about this, but as the disc now plays correctly with no pauses (I burned and tested it) it’s no biggie.


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