Flying saucer (disambiguation)

Flying saucer (disambiguation)

Flying saucer primarily refer to:
* Flying saucer, the name given to a type of unidentified flying object (UFO),

Flying saucer may also refer to:


* The Flying Saucer, a 69-minute 1950, American, black-and-white science fiction film,
* Earth vs. the Flying Saucers, an American, black-and-white science fiction film,
* Flying Saucer Rock'n'Roll, a 12 minute spoof of a 1950s black and white science fiction B-movie,
* Flying Saucer Daffy, the 187th short subject starring American slapstick comedy team the Three Stooges,


* Flying Saucer Aircraft, a book aimed at aviation readers, examining man-made flying discs in some detail,
* Fatman the Human Flying Saucer, a comic book superhero created in the 1960s,
* The Flying Saucer Mystery, the 58th book in the series of Nancy Drew written by Carolyn Keene,
* Flying Saucers from Outer Space, a non-fiction book by Donald Keyhoe, about flying saucers,
* The Flying Saucers Are Real, a book which investigates numerous encounters between USAF fighters, personnel, and other aircraft, and UFOs between 1947 and 1950,


* Flying Saucer Attack, a defunct experimental space rock band that formed in Bristol, England in 1992,
* The Crew of the Flying Saucer, the former The Minutemen/fIREHOSE bassist Mike Watt's second touring band,


* Flying saucer (library), a pure Java library which render XHTML content,
* The British Rail flying saucer, which was a proposed space vehicle,
* Flying Saucer Tour Vol. 1, a live performance album by stand-up comedian Bill Hicks,
* The Flying Saucer Working Party, the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence’s first "official study into UFOs",
* The Disneyland Flying Saucers, which was an attraction at Disneyland in Anaheim, California from 1961 to 1966,
* Flying Saucers (magazine), a magazine published and edited by Raymond A. Palmer, apparently devoted to articles on UFOs,
* Flying Saucer, a confectionary

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