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Aurora Encounter, The

Aurora Encounter, The(1986)

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An eccentric 19th century Texan claims to have been visited nightly by an alien from space. The local newspaper editor writes up the story, and reports the sightings to the governor. The Governor expresses his disbelief, but sends a ranger to investigate, with orders to shoot any aliens if he does see them. The alien is in fact a friendly one, and rescues three local citizens when a mine caves. After this, the townspeople try to communicate their peaceful intentions toward him, but the ranger's intent is in conflict with them.

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MPAA Ratings:  PG Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1986 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  .....Production Company, .....Production Company, .....Production Company, New World Pictures .....Theatrical Distributor, .....Video Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  United States (USA)
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  • The Aurora Encounter (1986)

    James Higgins 2009-11-13

    Well meaning, but the low budget of the film very much effects it's impact. None of the acting is good, nor bad for that matter. The basic premise is... MORE>