One starry night in 1986, the Tanner family get an unexpected houseguest - a furry, four-foot-high Alien Life Form they call ALF, who quickly becomes part of the family.
Runtime: 30 minutes
ALF - Project ALF - Netflix
Project: ALF (also known as Project: ALF, Part 2) is a 1996 American made-for-television science fiction film directed by Dick Lowry which serves as a sequel to the final episode “Consider Me Gone” of the 1986–1990 sitcom ALF. It was broadcast in the U.S. by ABC and in Canada on CHCH on February 17, 1996. The film was released on DVD in 2005. None of the original cast members of ALF were featured. The only actor to appear in both the series and movie is Paul Fusco, the voice and puppeteer of ALF, and Beverly Archer, who played Mrs. Byrd in the former and Dr. Carnage in the latter. Project ALF was poorly received when it aired in 1996, namely because of the absence of the Tanners, weak characters and failure to give a proper conclusion to the series.
ALF - Cast - Netflix
Paul Fusco - ALF William O'Leary - Captain Dr. Rick Mullican Jensen Daggett - Major Dr. Melissa Hill Martin Sheen - Colonel Gilbert Milfoil Miguel Ferrer - Dexter Moyers Liz Coke - Nina Ray Walston - Motel Manager Ed Begley, Jr. - Dr. Warner Beverly Archer - Dr. Carnage Scott Michael Campbell - 2nd Lieutenant Harold Reese Charlie Robinson - Dr. Stanley John Schuck - Gen. Myron Stone Markus Redmond - Sgt. Rhomboid Erick Avari - Rocket (voice) Dell Yount - Dr. Mockton Michael Weatherred - Murphy Gregalan Williams - Police Officer Jeff Rawluk - Card Guard #1 Ahmet Zappa - Card Guard #2
ALF - References - Netflix