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Alien Autopsy -- Based on true events, Alien Autopsy is the story of two unlikely lads from London who became icons of UFOlogy.


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7 April 2006 (Ireland) See more »
Be Prepared To Be Stitched Up. See more »
Humouristic reconstruction of the 1995 scandal when two British lads were accused of having faked a documentary from the Roswell incident in 1947. | Add synopsis »
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Declan Donnelly ... Ray Santilli
Anthony McPartlin ... Gary Shoefield (as Ant McPartlin)

Bill Pullman ... Morgan Banner

Götz Otto ... Laszlo Voros

Morwenna Banks ... Jasmine

Omid Djalili ... Melik

Harry Dean Stanton ... Harvey
Mike Blakeley ... Camera Team
Matthew Blakeley ... Camera Team

John Shrapnel ... Michael Kuhn
Madeleine Moffat ... Nan (as Madaleine Moffatt)
John Cater ... Maurice
Lee Oakes ... Edgar
Perry Benson ... Trading Standards Officer

Jimmy Carr ... Gary's Manager
Winston Thomas ... Zacchary
Michael Rouse ... Young Harvey
Pam Shaw ... Aunty P

David Threlfall ... Jeffrey
Andrew Greenough ... Preston
Stephanie Metcalfe ... Doreen

Jonathan Coy ... Museum Director

Ian Porter ... Pentagon Officer

Shane Rimmer ... Colonel
Naima Belkhiati ... French TV Buyer
Miguel Angel Plaza ... Mr. Gonzalez
Jeff Harding ... CIA Agent

Kevin Breznahan ... Junior TV Exec

Martin McDougall ... Middle Ranking TV Exec
Lachele Carl ... TV News Anchor
Paul Birchard ... Senior TV Exec

Sam Douglas ... Network President

Adriana Yanez ... Stewardess (Argentina)

Nichole Hiltz ... Amber Fuentes
Luis Soto ... Peruvian TV Host
Cristina Piaget ... Interviewer
Christina Souza ... Stewardess (Mexicana)
Bradley Lavelle ... NY Host

Orson Bean ... Homeless Man

Ray Santilli ... Himself
Gary Shoefield ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Joseph Balderrama ... News Presenter (uncredited)
Julia Bridgeman ... Geek Girl (uncredited)
Sophia Ellis ... UFO Enthusiast (uncredited)

Luke Brandon Field ... Steve (uncredited)

Jonathan Frakes ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Gillian Goodman ... Seller (uncredited)
Natasha Jenssen ... Secretary (uncredited)
Flor Kent ... Stewardess (uncredited)

Ed Pearce ... Reporter (uncredited)
Peter Rnic ... The Russian Spy (uncredited)

Todd Sherry ... Flight Attendant (uncredited)

John Warman ... UFO Enthusiast (uncredited)
Peter Willcock ... Worker at Gary's Office (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... Alien Fan (uncredited)

Directed by
Jonny Campbell 
Writing credits
William Davies (written by) (as Will Davies)

Produced by
Alexandra Arlango .... co-producer: Qwerty Films
William Davies .... producer (as Will Davies)
Finola Dwyer .... producer: Qwerty Films
Joel Hatch .... line producer
Andrew Hildebrand .... co-producer: Qwerty Films
Mark Hubbard .... line producer
Michael Kuhn .... executive producer
Malcolm Ritchie .... co-executive producer
Ray Santilli .... executive producer
Gary Shoefield .... executive producer
James Spring .... executive producer: Ealing Studios
Jill Tandy .... co-executive producer
Barnaby Thompson .... producer
Mark Wolfe .... supervising producer: US N1
Colleen Woodcock .... co-producer
Mark Woolley .... co-producer: Qwerty Films
Original Music by
Murray Gold 
Cinematography by
Simon Chaudoir (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Oral Norrie Ottey 
Casting by
Celestia Fox 
Production Design by
Grenville Horner 
Art Direction by
Kam-Lan Man  (as Kamlan Man)
Christopher Wyatt  (as Chris Wyatt)
Set Decoration by
Linda Wilson 
Costume Design by
Rhona Russell 
Makeup Department
Konnie Daniel .... hair designer
Konnie Daniel .... makeup designer
Laura Leppanen .... makeup department head: second unit
Julie Nightingale .... makeup artist
Tinks Reding .... makeup artist
Production Management
Polly Duval .... post-production supervisor
Bobby Prince .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dennis T. Benatar .... first assistant director: second unit, additional photography
Phil Booth .... second assistant director
Guy Heeley .... first assistant director
Olivia Lloyd .... additional second assistant director
Vicky Marks .... third assistant director
Seth William Meier .... assistant director: US
John Michael Sudol .... second assistant director: US
Art Department
Laurence Archer .... property master
Guy Bevitt .... art department runner
Grace Brook .... stand-by art director
Emma Davis .... production buyer
Chris Doremus .... swing gang
Mary Gibbs .... assistant art director
Craig Gray .... construction manager
Garth Last .... set dresser
John Lundberg .... crop circle maker
Lauren Mentzel .... set dresser
Nathan Middleton .... painter
Mike Nicholson .... storyboard artist
Will Pope .... stand-by carpenter
Josh Roth .... leadman: USA
Maia Sautelet .... art department assistant
Michael Sinnott .... painters laborer
Chris Withrow .... swing gang
Sound Department
James Bennett .... adr recordist
Peter Burgis .... foley artist
Paul Carter .... foley editor
Joe Eddie Casares .... boom operator: US (as Ed Casares)
Nathan Duncan .... sound assistant
Robert Edwards .... adr recordist
Robert Farr .... sound re-recording mixer
Steve Finn .... boom operator
Greg Gardner .... utility sound: U.S.
Steven D. Grothe .... sound mixer: USA
Peter Lindsay .... production sound mixer
Michael Maroussas .... adr editor
Mark Paterson .... sound re-recording mixer
Rob Prynne .... sound effects editor
Danny Sheehan .... supervising sound editor
Andy Thompson .... adr mixer
Special Effects by
John Humphreys .... Alien designer and autopsy effects
John Humphries .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Peter Bach .... visual effects consultant
Andy Burrow .... scanning and recording manager: Framestore CFC
Oliver Deen .... digital effects artist
Jerome Dewhurst .... di engineer
Paul Doogan .... scanning and recording: Framestore CFC
Joe Godfrey .... film scanning and recording
Alistair Hamer .... film mastering engineer
Adam Hawkes .... retouch and restoration
Jan Hogevold .... production Executiveo: Framestore CFC
Tony Lawrence .... digital effects supervisor
Kevin Lowery .... high definition engineer
Asa Shoul .... digital colourist
Nick Stanley .... digital cleanup artist
Maria Stroka .... DI producer
Paul Herbert .... stunt coordinator
Rob Inch .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Simon Baker .... camera operator: "a" camera
Ian Barwick .... electrician
Sonny Burdis .... best boy
Chris Connatty .... second assistant camera
Steve Finberg .... electrician
Michael Francisco .... lighting technician
Tom Fraser .... camera operator: USA
Hiroyuki Fukuda .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Henry Landgrebe .... clapper loader: b camera
Andy Levett .... driver: grip truck
Tim Morris .... camera trainee
Jem Morton .... key grip
Jonathan 'Chunky' Richmond .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
David Smith .... gaffer
Simon Tindall .... focus puller
Oliver Upton .... still photographer
Casting Department
Vanessa Baker .... adr voice casting
Brendan Donnison .... adr voice casting
Alex Johnson .... casting assistant
Tricia Wood .... casting: US (as Tricia Woods)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sally Campbell .... costume assistant
Jalene Murphy .... costume supervisor
Maria Papandrea .... wardrobe
Steven Purvis .... costume maker
Elaine Robertson .... costume supervisor
Maia Sautelet .... wardrobe trainee
Editorial Department
Steven Forrester .... first assistant editor
Matt Gauci .... avid technical support
Music Department
Ben Foster .... conductor
Ben Foster .... orchestrator
Liz Gallacher .... music supervisor
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestra contractor
Jake Jackson .... music recording mixer
Jake Jackson .... score engineer & mixer
Gabrielle Lester .... orchestra leader (as Gaby Lester)
Catherine Manners .... score coordinator
Transportation Department
Simon Burgess .... facility driver: unit base stand-by
Manny Demello .... transportation captain
Doug Dovichi .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Johnathan Abbott .... studio operations
Jeremy Angel .... runner
Deborah Bacquel .... production accountant: USA
Tessa Beazley .... production coordinator
Rebecca Boyle .... script supervisor: USA
Thom Buckley .... on-set medic
Kofi Burke .... production accountant: Qwerty Films
James Andrew Cook .... titles: Empire Design
Allan Davies .... post production accountant
Daniel S. Ehrlich .... production assistant
Simon George .... head of finance: Ealing Studios
Sasha Gibson .... unit publicist
Robin Green .... assistant production accountant
Fredrik Herneoja .... production secretary
Hans Hernke .... stand-in: Declan Donnelly, Los Angeles
Julia Hilliard .... runner: Fragile Films
Tabitha Jenkins .... assistant: Barnaby Thompson
Pat Karam .... location manager (as Patrick Karam)
Ben Ledoux .... production assistant
Johny Long .... creator: Alien Game
Sarah Lucraft .... production accountant
Peter Lüke .... managing director: N1
Gregg Martin .... stand-in: Mr McPartlin
Nichola Martin .... development executive
Amy McCombe .... assistant location manager (as Amy Mccombe)
Tory Mell .... production assistant
Sophie Meyer .... head of development: Fragile Films/Ealing Studios
Alex Murray .... titles: Empire Design
Sarah Nuttall .... post production coordinator: Qwerty Films
Caroline O'Reilly .... script supervisor
Jon Parker .... assistant site manager
Jeremy Pelzer .... studio director
Michelle Pianca .... assistant location manager
Charlie Reed .... key floor runner
Kate Richards .... production runner
Rebecca Roffey .... assistant: James Spring
Donata Russo .... production secretary
Carrie Specht .... assistant production office coordinator: USA
James Spring .... managing director
Emma Stanyer .... senior legal & business affairs executive: Qwerty Films
Jen Wall .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Darren J. Perry .... production assistant (uncredited)

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content, partial nudity, language and some disturbing images
95 min
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(at around 4 mins) When Gary Shoefield first steps outside his flat in Hackney this is #17 Beck Rd, Hackney, London. It still has the same color door, visible in Google Streetview.See more »
Anachronisms: At the beginning of the film, in the Summer of 1995, Santilli is on the run from the law for attempting to sell a bootleg copy of Toy Story. The film was not released in theatres until November 1995 and did not reach the UK until March 1996.See more »
Tradings Officer:Are you saying this is a genuine Toy Story video?
Ray Santilli:Oh aye, yeah, I've got friends in Hollywood. They loom after me.
Tradings Officer:*You've* got friends in Hollywood?
Ray Santilli:Yeah.
[crosses fingers]
Ray Santilli:Me and Mr. Potato Head; we're like that... that's me on top there...
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19 out of 28 people found the following review useful.
Unanswered questions....Going into the unknown, 8 April 2006
Author: snottyscotty150 from United Kingdom

OK maybe this film doesn't do that, and your probably reading the reviews of this film and thinking "this film looks rubbish". OK lets look at the facts, it's got Ant and Dec in it OK thats not that good, it's not funny, OK thats not good either but now lets look at the film from another angle.

The film is basically about the events of on May the 5th 1995 most people probably remember this as the day that man found out he was not alone in the universe, it tells the story of the two people that "found" the footage of the Alien Autopsy but the film says that it was all fake. The one thing that makes me mad about all the reviews is this people say the acting is "wooden" or it's "unfunny" well thats not the idea of the film...and people who say that are missing the point.

There are some funny parts to the film but it doesn't say "the no. 1 smash hit comedy of the year" because thats not what it's trying to be, it's meant to tell us the truth about what happened to two average blokes who tried to make some money. If you go into this film thinking it's going to be funny you wont like it....that i promise you, people say that the film went on for ages and ages...personally i was surprised it ended as quick as it did, at only 95 minutes it's not long enough, in my opinion.

I would tell you to go and see this film but most of you wont listen because people have dragged this film into the ground, the film does have more potential and yes it could have not been so normal in places but thats what the film is about two people trying to make some money.

It's just a normal film, but the cleaver thing that it does do is make you think, Was this actually real? or Was that the way that it happened? it tells you a story and you believe it but still question if it's true...and if anything it's worth seeing for that.

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