Zeta One. Zeta (Dawn Addams). Copyright: Tigon British Film Productions.

Zeta One

1971 British comedy film about alien women. Stars James Robertson Justice, Charles Hawtrey, Robin Hawdon, Anna Gael, Brigitte Skay and others.

Zeta One. Artropos (Valerie Leon). Copyright: Tigon British Film Productions.

Zeta One

Intergalactic sex romp. Secret agent James Word investigates the abduction of a string of women from Britain's streets

Genre
Film
Released
1971
Starring
James Robertson Justice, Charles Hawtrey, Robin Hawdon, Anna Gael, Brigitte Skay, Valerie Leon, Lionel Murton, Yutte Stensgaard and others
Writers
Michael Cort and Alistair McKenzie
Director
Michael Cort
Producer
George Maynard

Women have been disappearing from streets across the globe without a trace, and Major Bourdon has identified the culprit: Zeta, an alien being, who is brainwashing, training, and imbuing them with supernatural powers to become part of her Angvian clan. Her purpose? As yet unknown.

The suspicious movements of Bourdon, in turn, are being watched by secretive British government security agency Department 5, with agent James Word assigned to track his movements and discover his plans, lest he be plotting to join Zeta and seize power for his own ends.

Word recounts the story of his unbelievable mission to beautiful office secretary Miss Olsen: the striptease artist, the girls - and the large van that acts as a most improbable transportation device between Earth and Zeta's base, wherever it is. Another world? Another galaxy? An alternative time plane beyond normal human perception?

Production Details

UK certificate
X
Duration
85 minutes
Release date
February 1971
Produced
1969
Distributor

Tigon British Film Productions

Production company
Laugh track
None

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