Captured by the Alien Task Force, ALF was rescued by two officers who found out that the project shall be canceled - and also ALF.

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Cast

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Dexter Moyers
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Capt. Rick Mullican
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Maj. Melissa Hill
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2nd Lt. Harold Reese
Beverly Archer ...
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Dr. Stanley
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Gen. Myron Stone
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Police Officer (as Gregalan Williams)
Liz Coke ...
Nina
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Dr. Mockton
Dennis Creaghan ...
Nigel Neville
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Dr. Newman
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Rocket (voice)
Michael D. Weatherred ...
Murphy (as Michael Weatherred)
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Sgt. Rhomboid
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Storyline

Six years ago, the space alien, ALF, was on his way back to his new home...When the Alien Task Force finally caught him. Now, the story continues to where the series ended. ALF is now protected by the Alien Task Force, but the leader wants to terminate ALF. So two officers decide to save ALF by taking ALF away from him. But the man the officers took ALF to wants to finally reveal ALF to the world. Which leads him to more danger... Written by Jason Mechalek

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Call the government! Alert the media! Hide the cat! Alf's back!

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Comedy | Sci-Fi | Family

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Release Date:

17 February 1996 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

ALF: La película  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The Tanner family's absence was explained as the government relocating them to Iceland. See more »

Goofs

Mullican says "6 of his 7 stomachs must be full" but according to the TV show Alf has 8 stomachs. See more »

Quotes

ALF: [ALF is strapped into an electric chair] I take it this isn't the word association test.
Dr. Warner: No, no. We're going to conduct a different test.
ALF: I'm not sure I like the word 'conduct'.
Dr. Warner: [after ALF looks at a High Voltage sign] Oh, pay no attention to that sign, it shouldn't even be there. I'll remove it if it bothers you.
ALF: It bothers me.
[Warner gets electrocuted when trying to remove the sign and falls over]
ALF: [as Warner begins to sizzle on the floor] Medic. Medic.
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Connections

Follows A.L.F. (1987) See more »

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a classic...
2 March 2008 | by (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – See all my reviews

This movie, even if it doesn't have a lot of things happening IS funny. And its Alf that makes it funny. The whole movie should be listed in the 'quotes' section. The acting is not that bad but you can see from the start on what the movie is concentrated. The directing is not much of a problem and its easy to keep track of the story. Also, i just now figured out (as i watched the movie) how funnier Alf looks when he's shown completely and not just above the waist. Kinda does more to his character if you ask me. If yo liked the show you will love this movie because the jokes are mostly the same type (Alfs one-liners and sarcasm). If you have the chance to see this movie- do it, if you have the chance to buy it - do it. For me, it belongs among the ones listed as 'all time favorites' or 'classics'.


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