posted on Sep, 3 2006 @ 11:18 AM
The relevant clips are extracted from a TV documentary, presented by Roger Moore entitled "The Secret KGB UFO Files".
I've added a tag of "Roger Moore" to this thread, and several other threads relating to footage from the same documentary.
If you go to the bottom of this webpage you will see a box entitled "ATS Thread Tag System", with the words "Roger Moore" in that box.
Click on the words "Rooger Moore" and you'll get links to several threads discussing this footage.
In the hopes of drawing this thread to a close, I hope no-one will mind if I repeat myself a bit by posting some of the relevant information...
The relevant documentary was directed by Dan Goldman, and written by David Doyle and Gregg Ostrin, for a TNT network broadcast on 13 September 1998.
(The background of the latter writer is quite amusing...).
The documentary is available on Amazon (and the relevant webpage includes various reviews, which are almost universally rather negative) at:
You may be interested in my email about other "Russian" UFO footage from this documentary at the first of the links below, and the follow-up emails
by Stan Friedman and Don Ledger at the second and third links:
Particularly interesting is an email from David Rudiak during the same discussion at the link below:
David's email includes the following:
Originally posted by David Rudiak on Updates
When Stan Friedman visited the S.F. Bay Area a few years back,
Reuben Uriate, Northern California MUFON director, demonstrated
for us that many portions of your referenced "documentary" were
This program was shown on the TNT network and was supposed to
show, among other things, films of Russian jet interceptors
encounters with UFOs.
What they _really_ did was take a previous TNT documentary on
_American_ fighter planes and then used computer graphics to
insert the supposed-UFOs.
He showed the clips from the original documentary followed
immediately by the "UFO" clips. No doubt about it. The UFOs were
computer generated and they hoped the average viewer wouldn't
know a Russian MIG from a U.S. fighter.