posted on Sep, 25 2007 @ 05:32 PM
Hello fellow ATSers. I'm still kinda new here but this looks like a likely place for answers about something lost in some dingy, cobwebby corner of
my skull. I'll do my best to describe my memories of this thing, and hopefully someone else here will actually know what I'm talking about.
It was shown in the mid-late '70s on network TV, and I am pretty sure (though could easily be mistaken) that it was a Disney production, shown on the
Sunday evening "Wonderful World of Disney" program. Though it looked nothing like a typical Disney cartoon. It was rendered in a simplistic,
Picassoesque, surreal "modern art" look, and had a far-out jazz soundtrack to match. It dealt with a flying saucer occupant chasing a lady around,
in the spaceship I believe. I really can't remember what the alien looked like, it may have been extremely abstract, like maybe a stickman with a
giant eyeball for a head (!).
I seem to remember seeing it more than once, and it's possible they showed it to us at my elementary school. I've spent more than a casual amount of
time trying to find out what it was called, so if anyone can help, I'd really appreciate it.