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ALF (1986 - 1990)

ALF (1986 - 1990)





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A popular sitcom about a furry Alien Life Form from the planet Melmac who crash-lands on Earth and finds a home with a Southern California family. ALF, as he was called (on Melmac he was Gordon Shumway), was a font of wacky wisdom---no surprise, since he was born in 1756. The show spun off a couple of Saturday morning cartoon series.

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1989, NBC, 24 episodes

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1988, NBC, 26 episodes

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1987, NBC, 26 episodes

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1986, NBC, 24 episodes


Paul Fusco
as Voice of Alf
Benji Gregory
as Brian Tanner
Liz Sheridan
as Raquel Ochmonek
John LaMotta
as Trevor Ochmonek
Anne Meara
as Dorothy Halligan
Max Wright
as Willie Tanner
Anne Schedeen
as Kate Tanner
Andrea Elson
as Lynn Tanner
Jim J. Bullock
as Neal Tanner
J.R. Nickerson
as Eric Tanner
Josh Blake
as Jake Ochmonek
Charles Nickerson
as Eric Tanner
Beverly Archer
as Mrs. Byrd
Cleavon Little
as George Foley
Raye Birk
as Off. Griswald
David Ogden Stiers
as Flakey Pete
Dean Cameron
as Robert Sherwood
Ricky Paull Goldin
as Danny Duckworth
Paul Dooley
as Whizzer Deaver
Joe Colligan
as Alexander
Tracey Walter
as Gravel Gus
Richard Roat
as Walter Burke
Sandy Duncan
as Herself
Judith-Marie Bergan
as Marilyn Geiser
David Leisure
as Brandon Tartikoff
Dorothy Lyman
as Maura Norris
Nancy Lenehan
as Laverne Litwak
David Wohl
as TV Shrink
Ed McMahon
as Himself
Dan Castellaneta
as Steve Michaels
Bob Denver
as Gilligan
Martin Doyle
as Mr. Duncan
Suzanne Hunt
as Miss Bartley
John Miranda
as Brother Ed
Peter Iacangelo
as Lee Frasier
Pete Willcox
as Aaron King
Kathleen Freeman
as Betty Susla
Todd Susman
as Jim Hutchinson
Bruno Acalinas
as Sabato Springs Man
Missy Francis
as Miss Williams
Richard Fancy
as Col. Halsey
Frances Bay
as Viriginia Russell
Carl Franklin
as Dr. Willoughby
Hal Havins
as Off. Gaffney
David Knell
as Dudley Ochmonek
Carlos La Camara
as Doug Gould
Lou Felder
as Sen. Gil Hossenfeffer
Richard McKenzie
as Nick Susla
Bill Wiley
as Farmer
Doug Ballard
as Lt. Alden
Alan Hale Jr.
as The Skipper
Casey Kasem
as Himself
David Alan Grier
as FBI Agent #1
Fran Bennett
as Mrs. Watson
Alex Henteloff
as Mr. Rasmussen
Robert P. Lieb
as Uncle Rocky
James Brown III
as Little Boy
Larry Poindexter
as Sgt. Armstrong
Edward Edwards
as Brian Sr.
Kenneth Tigar
as FBI Agent #2
Russell Johnson
as The Professor
John O'Connell
as Congressman Nathan Peal
John Pinette
as Howie Anderson
Lela Ivey
as Maxine
Nan McNamara
as Tartikoff's Secretary
Steve Sweeney
as Airline Worker
Aaron Lustig
as Willie #2
Rich Little
as Himself
Ted Raimi
as Julius
Joseph V. Perry
as Mr. Polniakoff
Dawn Wells
as Mary Ann
Lewis Arquette
as Ed Billings
Linda Hoy
as Bernice Billings
Bob Bancroft
as Willie #1
David Spade
as Larry Slotkin
Joan Embery
as Herself
Nedra Volz
as Cat Woman
Ed White
as Reporter
Parker Whitman
as FBI Agent #3
Teresa Ganzel
as Matinee Lady
Carl Carlsson
as Rudolph the Plate Spinner
Tim Wade
as Stage Manager
Eugene Greytak
as Pope John Paul II
Anne Ramsay
as Ethel Buttonwood
Elisha Cook Jr.
as Uncle Albert
Fred Goss
as Delivery Man
Brian Mitchell
as Nathan Peal
Brian Stokes Mitchell
as Congressman Nathan Peal
Al Fann
as Workman
Connie Richmond
as Nurse #1 (as Connie Mercede)
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Series Details

TV Network: NBC
Premiere Date: Sep 22, 1986
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Bernie Brillstein, Tom Patchett, Paul Fusco
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