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Intruders Miniseries
Intruders
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GenreBiography
Horror
Mystery
Sci-Fi
Based onIntruders
by Budd Hopkins
Screenplay byBarry Oringer
Tracy Tormé
Directed byDan Curtis
StarringRichard Crenna
Mare Winningham
Daphne Ashbrook
Music byBob Cobert
Original English
Production
Executive Robert O'Connor
Dan Curtis
Michael Apted
Branko Lustig
Mary Benjamin (co-producer)
Eric Schiff (co-producer)
Tracy Tormé (associate producer)
CinematographyTom Priestley Jr.
Editor(s)Bill Blunden
Running time161 mins.
Production Dan Curtis Productions
CBS Entertainment Productions
Osiris Films
DistributorCBS
Release
Original networkCBS
Original releaseMay 17, 1992 - May 19, 1992

Intruders is a four-hour CBS miniseries dealing with the subject of alien abduction that was first broadcast in 1992. The miniseries was directed by Dan Curtis and starred Richard Crenna, Daphne Ashbrook and Mare Winningham. It was partially based on Ufology Budd Hopkins' book Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods.[1] Barry Oringer and Tracy Tormé wrote the screenplay.[2]

Plot

Lesley Hahn lives in California, and is plagued by nightmares about faceless telephone repairmen entering her house and taking her. She contacts psychiatrist Dr. Neil Chase in hope of receiving treatment for her nightmares.

Mary Wilkes, is a housewife from Nebraska who has a history of unexplained blackouts and one night ends up on a motorway miles from her home. She is also plagued by nightmares similar to those experienced by Lesley. Mary decides to take a holiday in California with her sister, who knows Dr. Chase, and is persuaded to see the psychiatrist to find out if he can help with her nightmares. Initially, Dr. Chase does not believe Lesley, thinking her nightmares to be related to childhood abuse, but becomes convinced something else is happening when Mary tells him of similar experiences.

Neil is struck by the similarities between the two cases, and realises that symbols seen on board an alien ship and drawn by Mary are similar to that of another patient of his, a former soldier who encountered a crashed UFO which was recovered by the government. Making contact with a university professor who does research into alien abductions, he begins to investigate the wider world of alien encounters, and runs into a general who is investigating UFOs in secret. Finally, Mary is abducted again, and learns the true purpose of the aliens.

Major cast members

DVD release

A DVD edition of Intruders was released in Europe on November 8, 2004. A DVD was also released in the USA in 2015.

References

  1. ^ Hopkins, Budd (1997) [1987]. Intruders. New York City: Ballantine Books. ISBN 978-0345419330.
  2. ^ Prouty (1994). Variety TV Reviews (17th ed.). Abingdon-on-Thames: Routledge. ISBN 978-0824037963.

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