The X-Files: Pusher/Jose Chung's "From Outer Space" [VHS]

9786304907627: The X-Files: Pusher/Jose Chung's

Original Broadcast Date : 2/23/96
Written by Vince Gilligan
Directed by Rob Bowman

A man is apprehended yet escapes after he claims to be the hired killer of 14 people whose deaths had previously been ruled as suicides. The man, who seems to have the ability to control others, desires a challenge, leaving clues for Mulder and Scully to follow as he sets up his contest of wills.

Special Agent Fox Mulder - David Duchovny
Special Agent Dana Scully - Gillian Anderson
Robert Patrick Modell aka Pusher - Robert Wisden
Holly - Julia Arkos
Agent Collins - Steve Bacic
Defense Attorney - Meredith Bain Woodward
SWAT Lieutenant - Roger R. Cross
Lob- Guard - Ernie Foort
Lead SWAT Cop - Darren Lucas
Judge - Don MacKay
Deputy Scott Kerber - D. Neil Mark
Agent Frank Burst - Vic Polizos
Prosecutor - Brent Sheppard

Jose Chung's From Outer Space
Original Broadcast Date : 04/12/96
Written by Darin Morgan
Directed by Rob Bowman

When a couple claims to have been abducted by aliens, Agents Mulder and Scully try to get at the truth but everyone has a different version of the story, including the "aliens" themselves.

Special Agent Fox Mulder - David Duchovny
Special Agent Dana Scully - Gillian Anderson
Jose Chung - Charles Nelson Reilly
Roky - William Lucking
Harold Jason - Gaffney
Chrissy - Sarah Sawatsky
Det. Manners - Larry Musser
Dr. Fingers - Alex Diakun
Air Force Man - Terry Arrowsmith
CIA Man - Andrew Turner
Dr. Hand - Mina Mina
Blaine - Allan Zinyk
Lt. Schaeffer - Michael Dobson
Yappi - Jaap Broeker

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This pair of stand-alone episodes from the third season spotlights the two sides of the series. "Pusher" (episode 17) is the gripping tale of a killer who uses his voice to control men's minds in this literal battle of wills between Mulder (David Duchovny) and the self-described "American Ronin" Robert Modell, who calls himself Pusher (Robert Wisden). Helmed by Rob Bowman, one of the series' strongest directors, this sleek, spooky thriller leaves the conspiracy aside for a tale that combines science and the supernatural in the form of an evil, amoral genius who uses his gift to terrorize and menace. "Jose Chung's 'From Outer Space'" (episode 20), from the fevered mind of Darin Morgin, sparkles with imaginative wit and playful twists on convention. The story, of a possible alien abduction that may in reality be a cover-up for secret air force experiments, is told from the differing points of views of witnesses, all interview subjects of "reality book" author Jose Chung (Charles Nelson Reilly). Morgin takes the premise a step further, transforming the re-creation of events according to the teller of the tale: Rashomon with a satirical slant. With Bowman at the helm delivering Morgin's inventive screenplay with deadpan accuracy, this episode's dry wit and satirical skew has become a fan favorite. --Sean Axmaker

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