Picture this - Me, First-Class Seaman Eddie Doyle, U.S.N...
First-Class Seaman Eddie Doyle, U.S.N.; Lieutenant Howell
When their ship is blown up in the Pacific in 1944, Doyle and Howell find themselves washed up on the shores of a tropical island. A group of natives rush at them and bow before Doyle, who reasons that because of his diving equipment they think him a god. Savages from a nearby island constantly raid the island and Doyle uses dynamite to sink their craft. He decides to stay and be treated as a god, but Howell knocks him out and drags him back to a passing U.S. ship.
Pilot John Marston encounters a flying saucer, which scrapes his wing. But when he alerts the authorities and they examine the plane it is untouched. Marston sees the alien craft land while flying over Nevada and lands nearby, to be told by a speaker on top of the ship to leave them alone. A photo he takes is blank when developed and a lie detector test proves negative, Releasing him as harmless, he flies at 19,00 feet due east of Las Vegas and is never seen again.
Despite the great danger, wildcatter Barney agrees to drive a barrel of nitro through the South American jungle. When he is ambushed the barrel leaks, but is only cocoanut oil. His brother Eddie appears and explains that it was he who drove the real nitro to its destination, while Barney was a decoy, used to draw off the local bandits.