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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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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17 February 1996 (USA)  »

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ALF: La película  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The tapes of the tests on ALF were recorded on November 21, 1993, April 16, 1994, April 19, 1994, April 28, 1994, July 7, 1994, June 16, 1995, December 25, 1995 and December 31, 1995. See more »

Goofs

When Mullican and Hill are rescuing ALF, Mullican says, "six of his seven stomachs must be full." This is an error. According to the TV series on which this movie is based, ALF has 8 stomachs, not seven. See more »

Quotes

[some time after Dr. Warner was electrocuted]
Dr. Newman: Hello, Alf, I'm Dr. Newman.
ALF: No need to ask who you're replacing.
Dr. Newman: We're going to try a little game called numeric sequencing.
ALF: Does involve electric shock?
Dr. Newman: Absolutely not.
ALF: Forgive me if I'm still paranoid, there's still a silhouette burned into the linoleum.
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Follows ALF (1986) See more »

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Good comedy
8 February 2001 | by (Good comedy) – See all my reviews

Alf is a good comedy, but it is definitely WAY behind the series, maybe because of the lack of the original characters. They were WAY funnier and the series in general, too. The only funny character of this TV-movie is Alf and the only good part is the first 20 minutes.

I am a kinda fan of the series, but this one cannot stand up to it at any part of it.

All in all, I rated this movie 6/10. I recommend it to fans of the series.


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