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Morons from Outer Space   Plot: A space ship crash-lands on Earth and its dumb occupants become overnight media stars...

Figures: United Kingdom. 1985. 91 minutes. English. Color. Rated PG-13.

They came, they saw, they did a little shopping.

 
 Production team:  
Directed by: Mike Hodges  
Written by: Griff Rhys Jones
Mel Smith
 
Original music by: Peter Brewis  
Produced by: Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment  
Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Universal Pictures
 
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 Cast:
Griff Rhys Jones  -->  Graham Sweetley
James Sikking  -->  Colonel Laribee
Mel Smith  -->  Bernard
 
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SonnyOriginal Movie Poster
I loved the old Smith & Jones comedy shows on the BBC years ago, along with their stints in "Not The...
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Sonnywhat's it about anyway?
blimey now that's a blast from the past. I remember seeing that film based on the far more funnie...
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merlinSoundtrack?
You could try the movie soundtrack but im sure it was sung by jimmy nail....
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