Project U.F.O. (1978–1979)
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Sighting 4009: The French Incident 

Major Gatlin and S Sgt. Fitz travel to France where they go undercover to investigate the alleged alien abduction of an American diplomat's son.

Director:

Sigmund Neufeld Jr. (as Sigmund Neufeld)

Writers:

Harold Jack Bloom (created by), Donald L. Gold
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Jordan William Jordan ... Major Jake Gatlin
Caskey Swaim Caskey Swaim ... Staff Sergeant Harry Fitz
Eric Braeden ... Paul Gerard
Jacques Aubuchon ... Marchand
Maria Grimm Maria Grimm ... Michelle Tanner
Kip Niven ... John Tanner
Paul Kent Paul Kent ... Undersecretary
Marcel Hillaire ... Witness wearing Beret
Morgan Woodward ... Carlton Tanner
Aldine King Aldine King ... Libby
John Smith ... Ed Keller
Clement von Franckenstein ... (as Clement St. George)
Richard Leduc Richard Leduc ... (as Richard Le Duc)
David Mauro David Mauro
Robert Carricart
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Major Gatlin and S Sgt. Fitz travel to France where they go undercover to investigate the alleged alien abduction of an American diplomat's son.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

30 April 1978 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Last part for actor John Smith who is remembered as Slim Sherman of "Laramie". See more »

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Boring!
14 May 2016 | by markswellerSee all my reviews

Many Project UFO episodes are somewhat dull procedurals, but this installment had the added bonus of fake French exteriors filmed on the Universal lot, fake French countryside exteriors obviously filmed on a California movie ranch, really fake French accents, translation sequences (what did she say? Ah monsieur..) that ate up way too much of the run time, a UFO that was an obvious kit bash with a tank model in order to provide the required "tank tracks" explained in the script, and snoozy stock footage of planes. Oh and I forgot to mention the resolution of both the mystery subplot and the "reverse Scooby-Doo" (were they actually visited?) plot line didn't make any sense!


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