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Originally posted by CardDown
Has anyone matched up case data with the film? I'm coming up dry. The film says "Over Norway" and gives only the year of 1954, stating that it was made by scientists filming an eclipse.
Also, can nayone identify the film source for the Youtube clip? It might have better data in the credits.
THE FOLLOWING LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE IS FROM:
"Ultimate UFO: The Complete Evidence" (1999)
2000 Film Productions Present
The Footage Archives
A Film by
1950-08-15 MARIANA, Nick - Great Falls - MT USA
1951 - KY USA
1952-07-02 NEWHOUSE, Delbert - Treemontan - UT USA
1952-07-11 - DC USA
1953-03-03 Guncamera Film - Luke AFB - AZ USA
1954 - Sierra Nevada - CA USA
1954 During eclipse - Norway
1954: JUN-30 [WED] > UFO filmed during eclipse - Norway
71445 2 20714 = 20718 Schoenherr Luis 9 LSchoenherr1 0548 1954 06 30 1417 13 ' OSLO=STAVANGER EU NOR Oslo BJORNYLF 2000 DD FB2 5SM 2 White Elliptic -10.75 59.93 0
71445 2 71445 = 20719 Stringfield Leonard H 5 CRIFO 19540803 1954 06 30 13 ' OSLO EU NOR Oslo 0 BJORNULF 2000 DD FB2 5SM 6 -10.75 59.93 Motion pictures 0
71445 2 20721 = 20720 Condon CU Study 3 Condon N NICAP 1954 06 30 13 OSLO - EU NOR Oslo BJORNULF DD FB2 5SM -10.75 59.93
71445 2 20719 = 20721 NICAP 3 NICAP 1954 06 30 13 OSLO - EU NOR Oslo BJORNULF DD FB2 5SM -10.75 59.93
71445 2 20719 20722 Vallee Jacques 6 JVallee00 981 JGuieu 1954 06 30 13 OSLO, SWE = EU NOR Oslo FB2 5S + X -10.75 59.93 photo
71445 2 20717 = 20723 Condon CU Study 3 Condon USAF 1954 06 30 13 SCANDINAVIAN ECLIPE = EU NOR Oslo
71445 2 20719 = 54670 Stringfield Leonard H 5 CRIFO 19560204 newsclip 1954 06 30 13 ' EU NOR Oslo 50 BJORNULF 2000 DD FB2 5SM 2 Motion pictures 0
Foreign pilots, scientists, and engineers also have observed UFOs many times. Around sunset June
30, 1954, south of Goose Bay, Labrador, a British Overseas Airways (BOAC) airliner was paced by a large
"parent" object and about six satellite objects [See Section X, Foreign Reports]. Later that night (about 2:15
p.m. local time near Oslo, Norway), two UFOs operating in tandem were observed and filmed under
especially favorable conditions. [11.] A solar eclipse was in progress, and three planes carrying scientists
and technicians on a scientific expedition were flying through the moon's shadow. About 50 people in the
three aircraft saw two "enormous" silvery discs swoop down from some clouds 15 to 20 miles away
(estimate based on fact UFOs were in sunlight).
The objects sped along the horizon keeping an exact distance from each other, one slightly behind
and above the other, both with forward edge tilted down. The observers detected apparent rotation, as the
UFOs leveled off and disappeared into the distance after about 30 seconds. The chief cameraman of the
expedition, John Bjornulf, managed to expose about 10 seconds of movie film which showed the UFOs.
The films, released by Gaumont, a British firm, were shown on American television September 26, 1954.
Still photographs of the UFOs have also been printed. Ernest Graham, one of the witnesses, stated that 50
persons afterwards wrote reports on what they had seen. 
26. Scandinavian eclipse film. Three aircraft carrying scientists, newsmen and other observers were
flying near Lifjell, Denmark; on an expedition to film and study a total eclipse of the sun. At 2:17 p.m. two
shiny discs were noticed flying past the planes and witnessed by about 50 people on the three planes. John
Bjornulf, chief cameraman of the expedition, managed to obtain about 10 seconds (of the approximately 30
second UFO flight) on 16 mm color film. The film was reportedly shown on American television December
26, 1954. [See Section I]
The next case that Jonny covers is the 1954 "Bjornulf film," which allegedly shows a UFO during a solar eclipse. Johnny explains the events which surrounding the filming and how a famous Norwegian debunker proved the true origins of the "craft" on the film.