Lem is just an average teenager working on getting the girl and furthering his career at the local planetarium - except that he's an alien. At least to U.S. astronaut Captain Charles T. Baker who lands on Lem's planet hoping for a quick flag plant and a hasty return to earth and his millions of screaming fans. But on this alien planet the media has tagged spacemen as brain-eating, zombie-creating monsters, causing Baker to run for his life and into Lem's house. Now it's up to the green native to get the clumsy astronaut back to his spaceship before military dictator General Grawl and mad scientist Professor Kipple manage to exterminate the Earthly visitor.
The Massie Twins
Something strange is coming to their planet...Us!
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Did You Know?
The dog in the movie is called Ripley (shown by the name on the doghouse), with the appearance close to that of the Xenomorph from Alien
(1979), and is obviously an homage to Ellen Ripley, the protagonist from the Alien franchise. See more
In every instance except one, the city/town is spelled "Glipforg". On the hardware store sign, it's spelled "Glipfrog". See more
I've never gone parking before. I'm really not that kind of a girl.
Well, I'm not the kind of a guy who would go with *that* kind of girl.
Why that's so sweet - I think.
There's nothing to be scared of.
[as alien craft rears up in front of them
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Singing in the Rain
Written by Nacio Herb Brown
and Arthur Freed
Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd
Performed by The London Metropolitan Orchestra
Orchestrated by James Seymour Brett
(as James Brett)
Produced by James Seymour Brett
(as James Brett) and Graham Walker See more