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Unidentified Flying Oddball [DVD]  [US Import] [NTSC]
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If you want a film to compliment this one look at Whoopi Goldberg in another Disney film 'A Knight In Camelot'
Briefly, it tells the story of an astronaut, who becomes trapped in a spacecraft about to be launched on what is intended to be an unmanned space mission carrying an android constructed in his likeness. The pair end up travelling backwards in time, returning to Earth and landing in Camelot in the time of King Arthur. The astronaut (regarded as a monster due to his space helmet which has become stuck and is only removed with the help of a "wench" when, after being seized and interrogated, the King misunderstands his request for a "wrench") undergoes a series of challenges and punishments, including attempted burning at the stake. Eventually, the King and his advisers realise the astronaut's good intentions as he and the android endeavour - with the help of a serf and another "comely wench" (adding a touch of innocent romance)- to save Camelot by exposing and foiling a plot to overthrow the King.
A great family film for a little light relief.
Nasa had intended to send out a spaceship with a robot on board.The designer accidently was on board when the ship took off. Instead of going into space it went back in time the time of King Arthur. He and the robot foil a plot to overthrow Arthur, both fall in love with a peasant girl.
It is a light, pleasant film, which I enjoyed.
No extras on the DVD, which uses the film's American title, Unidentified Flying Oddball, but a decent widescreen transfer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Last saw this, when I was going to Primary school, back in the 1970's... Still a laugh today, as it was then!Published 2 months ago by J.C.R. GLASGOW
THIS WAS NOT AS GOOD AS I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE BUT FUNNY JUST THE SAME, WELL WORTH THE MONEY.Published 3 months ago by Robert Rae Hughes
Great DVD quality. It don't have Blu ray version so it played on blu ray player and upscale to HD TV worked very well!Published 12 months ago by R. Hunter
I was an extra in this film 35 years ago. It was great fun to see the place (Alnwick Castle) and all the people again.Published on 29 Jun. 2014 by Andrew Ions