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Voyage of the Rock Aliens (1984)

Aliens land in the town of "Speelburgh" searching for the source of rock & roll. They find trouble with Dee Dee, Frankie and the pack.

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Diane (as Alison LaPlaca)
Gregory Bond ...
Jaklem (JKLM) (as Rhema)
Craig Quiter ...
Nopquir (NOPQR) (as Rhema)
Patrick Byrnes ...
Stovitz (STUVWXYZ) (as Rhema)
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Aeiou (as Rhema)
Jeffrey Casey ...
F-Gee (FGHI) (as Rhema)
Jimmy Haddox ...
Duke (as Jimmy & the Mustangs)
Marshall Rohner ...
Dino (as Jimmy & the Mustangs)
Jeffrey Cranford ...
Clyde (as Jimmy & the Mustangs)
Troy Mack ...
Mouth (as Jimmy & the Mustangs)
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Aliens land in the mythical town of "Speelburgh, U.S.A" searching for the source of rock & roll. What they find is a gang of teenagers, led by Dee Dee (the inimitable Pia Zadora) and Frankie, along with Frankie's posse/rock band, the Pack. The leader of the aliens takes a shine to Dee Dee and all sorts of trouble breaks out. Written by Chris Holland <stomptokyo@aol.com>

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...prepare for a musical invasion! See more »

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Musical | Sci-Fi | Comedy

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9 March 1984 (USA)  »

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Attack of the Aliens  »

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Trivia

Writer James Guidotti's original script "Attack of the Aliens," was not an all-out musical, it was merely a spoof of b-movies. When producers Edward Gold and Charles Hairston got involved, they brought his script into the '80s and added big musical sequences. See more »

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During the finale rendition of "When the Rain Begins to Fall," Craig Sheffer lip-syncs Pia Zadora's line "We'll be together." See more »

Quotes

Jaklem: Of all the planets we've ever visited, have you ever seen anything that even remotely looks like you?
1359: No, but...
Jaklem: Exactly. No butt. No lips. No legs. No way!
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References King Kong (1933) See more »

Soundtracks

You Bring Out the Lover in Me
Written by Charlie Black & Layng Martine, Jr.
Performed by Pia Zadora
Courtesy of MCA/Curb Records
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Pia in a Campy Cult Musical!
9 June 2002 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

This movie is an obscurity but I was lucky enough to find it at my local independent video store and I am a big fan of Pia Zadora so I rented it. It is actually a musical, though very campy and goofy and by no means polished or well-done. However, the atrocity of the film-making is what makes it so much fun to watch. Pia Zadora does her best as Dee Dee, the love interest who wants to be a rock star and she has many hilarious musical sequences, perhaps the best being "Real Love" and the hit duet "When the Rain Begins to Fall" with Jermaine Jackson. If you like a good flop and some strange 80's new wave music, then rent this and you will be laughing and scratching your head for days.


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