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ALF TV | PROJECT: ALF



In 1990, NBC cancelled the ALF Sitcom. The final episode was originally a "to be continued" episode, and there was suppose to be a special at the begin of the next season to wrap up the show; however, some changeover at NBC ended that dream. In 1996, there was finally closure for ALF fans when the movie Project: ALF was released on ABC (not NBC) as the "Movie of the Week."

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Director: Dick Lowry
Written by: Tom Patchett and Paul Fusco

Cast (in credits order)
Miguel Ferrer ... Dexter Moyers
William O'Leary ... Captain Rick Mullican
Jensen Daggett ... Major Melissa Hill
Scott Michael Campbell ... 2nd Lt. Harold Reese
Beverly Archer ... Dr. Carnage
Charles Robinson ... Dr. Stanley
John Schuck ... Gen. Myron Stone
Gregory Alan Williams (as Greg Alan Williams)
Liz Coke ... Nina
Dell Yount ... Dr. Mockton
Dennis Creaghan ... Gen. Myron Stone
Lenny Wolpe
Erick Avari ... Rocket (voice)
Michael D. Weatherred (as Michael Weatherred)
Markus Redmond ... Rhomboid
Ed Begley Jr. ... Dr. Warner
Ray Walston ... Motel Manager
Martin Sheen ... Col. Gilbert Milfoil
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alf ... Himself
Lee Arenberg ... Gate Guard
Jeremiah Birkett ... Pete Meatman
W. Earl Brown ... Ernie
Anne Gee Byrd ... Farsworth
John Dunbar ... Man #1
Paul Fusco ... ALF (voice)
William Keane ... Card Guard #1 (as Willem Keane)
Michael Laskin ... Undermeyer
Randy Oglesby ... Bouncer
F.J. Rio ... S.P.
Lin Shaye ... Waitress
Kim Strauss ... Assistant
Lynn Tufeld ... Cocktail Waitress
Ahmet Zappa ... Card Guard #2
Ken Byers ... Waiter (uncredited)

Produced by
Paul Fusco .... executive producer
Kenneth Kaufman .... executive producer
Ann Kindberg .... supervising producer
Tom Patchett .... producer
Debbie Smith .... associate producer

Original Music by
Mark Snow

Cinematography by
Henry M. Lebo (as Henry Lebo)

Film Editing by
William B. Stich

Casting by
Junie Lowry-Johnson

Production Design by
Guy Barnes

Art Direction by
Chip Radaelli

Set Decoration by
Wendy Ozols-Barnes

Costume Design by
Jon Boyden

Makeup Department
Laverne Caracuzzi .... key makeup artist
Deborah Huss .... makeup artist
Gwyne Redner .... hair stylist

Production Management
Ann Kindberg .... unit production manager
Brad Uecker .... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

C.C. Barnes .... second assistant director
Catherine Bond .... second second assistant director
Bob Dahlin .... first assistant director

Art Department
Barbara Benz .... property master
Chuck Courrieu .... set dresser
Ken Masi .... construction coordinator
Steven J. Scott .... graphic artist

Sound Department
Brian Bidder .... sound mixer
Michael A. Patillo .... boom operator (as Michael Patillo)

Special Effects by
Randy Simper .... animatronics specialist: constructor of 'Rocket'

Camera and Electrical Department

Alan Goldenhar .... gaffer
Todd Griffith .... key grip
Leslie R. Morris .... first assistant camera
Melvin Pukowsky .... electrician
Mike Stecher .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Ralph Watson .... Steadicam operator
Ralph Watson .... camera operator
Vincent Torres .... best boy electric (uncredited)

Casting Department
Steve Spiker .... extras casting
Ron Surma .... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department
Robin Wright .... costume supervisor

Editorial Department
Robert McFalls .... assistant editor (as Bob McFalls)

Music Department
Marty Wereski .... music editor

Transportation Department
Phil Balani .... driver generator operator
Peter R. Chittell .... transportation coordinator
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car

Other crew

Chuck Conway .... production coordinator
Jennifer French .... assistant: Mr. Lowry
Marjorie Kaye .... location manager
Anne Melville .... script supervisor
Robb Miller .... assistant production accountant
Leslie Ann Podkin .... technical advisor
Sean Whitler .... set production assistant