Sky Above Heaven (lost English dub of French-Italian sci-fi thriller; 1965)
Sky Above Heaven (AKA Heaven on One's Head or Le ciel sur la tête) is a 1965 French-Italian sci-fi thriller directed by Yves Ciampi and based on the André Jubelin novel of the same name. The film was screened at the 4th Moscow International Film Festival won a Golden Prize.
It depicts the actions of the personnel aboard the French aircraft carrier Clemenceau, as they have to deal with a mysterious flying object, whose appearance in the Earth's atmosphere could possibly lead to the crazy outbreak of World War III.
No English-dubbed theatrical or home video release is known to exist. The film was acquired by the American Paramount Television in the 1960's and dubbed into English for subsequent broadcasts. It is confirmed to have been aired on an unknown local channel in Miami in the 1970's.