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Directed by Ridley Scott

Writing credits (WGA)
Dan O'Bannon (story)

Ronald Shusett (story)

Dan O'Bannon (screenplay)
Plot Outline:: While returning from a deep-space mission, the crew of the commercial spaceship Nostromo is awakened by a supposed SOS call from a system they are passing through. Descending to the planet's surface, they discover a strange derelict spaceship - the apparent source of the transmission - and one of the crew descends into the hold. What he finds are thousands of strange alien eggs. While examining one of the eggs, it hatches and the parasite inside attacks him. After returning to the Nostromo the crew takes off again to head for Earth. The alien parasite subsequently dies and all seems well again. But what no one knows is that another alien is quietly forming within its host - and when it emerges, the crew finds itself in serious trouble...
Tom Skerritt .... Dallas

Sigourney Weaver .... Ripley

Veronica Cartwright .... Lambert

Harry Dean Stanton .... Brett

John Hurt .... Kane

Ian Holm .... Ash

Yaphet Kotto .... Parker

Bolaji Badejo .... Alien

Helen Horton .... Mother (voice)

Eddie Powell .... Alien



Directed by James Cameron

Writing credits::
Dan O'Bannon (characters)

Ronald Shusett (characters)

James Cameron (story)

David Giler (story)

Walter Hill (story)

James Cameron (screenplay)
Plot Outline:: More than a half-century after the events of 'Alien', Warrant Officer Ripley - the sole survivor of the Nostromo - is discovered adrift in the shuttle she used to escape. By now, the Company - Ripley's employer - has colonized the planet where the alien was found. Intent on covering up its illegal actions of years before, the Company strips Ripley of her flight officer's license. But when transmissions from the colony stop without warning, she is called into action again - this time with a group of Space Marines. Now the alien menace is hundreds of times larger, more insidious, and all but invincible. The sole survivor of the Nostromo re-enters a world of sudden, unspeakable horror - one that attacks without warning again and again and again.
Sigourney Weaver .... Ellen Ripley

Carrie Henn .... Rebecca 'Newt' Jorden

Michael Biehn .... Cpl. Dwayne Hicks

Lance Henriksen .... Bishop

Paul Reiser .... Carter Burke

Bill Paxton .... Pvt. Hudson

William Hope .... Lt. Gorman

Jenette Goldstein .... Pvt. Vasquez

Al Matthews .... Sgt. Apone

Mark Rolston .... Pvt. Drake

Ricco Ross .... Pvt. Frost

Colette Hiller .... Cpl. Ferro

Daniel Kash .... Pvt. Spunkmeyer

Cynthia Dale Scott .... Cpl. Dietrict

Tip Tipping .... Pvt. Crowe

Trevor Steedman .... Pvt. Wierzbowski

Paul Maxwell .... Van Leuwen

Valerie Colgan .... ECA Representative

Alan Polonsky .... Insurance Man

Alibe Parsons .... Med Tech

Blain Fairman .... Doctor

Barbara Coles .... Cocooned Woman

Carl Toop .... Alien Warrior

John Lees .... Power Loader Operator

Holly De Jong .... Ann Jorden

Jay Benedict .... Russ Jorden

Christopher Henn .... Timmy Jorden

Mac McDonald .... Al Simpson, Colony Officer

William Armstrong .... Lydecker

Elizabeth Inglis .... Amanda Ripley



Directed by David Fincher

Writing credits (WGA)
Dan O'Bannon (characters)

Ronald Shusett (characters)

Vincent Ward (story)

David Giler (screenplay)

Walter Hill (screenplay)

Larry Ferguson (screenplay)
Plot Outline:: Despite the efforts of Ripley and the space marines in the film Aliens, an embryonic alien infiltrates the starship. It accidentally triggers the ship's emergency systems, dropping the escape capsule to the surface of a nearby planet. Ripley finds herself in a prison colony peopled by a religious cult composed of former murderers and rapists. Meanwhile, the alien has managed to grow into a new and deadly form, and is picking off the weaponless prisoners. Ripley soon discovers, much to her horror, that the real danger is much more personal...
Sigourney Weaver .... Ellen Ripley

Charles S. Dutton .... Dillon

Charles Dance .... Clemens

Paul McGann .... Golic

Brian Glover .... Andrews

Ralph Brown .... Aaron

Danny Webb .... Morse

Christopher John Fields .... Rains

Holt McCallany .... Junior

Lance Henriksen .... Bishop II

Christopher Fairbank .... Murphy

Carl Chase .... Frank

Leon Herbert .... Boggs

Vincenzo Nicoli .... Jude

Pete Postlethwaite .... David

Paul Brennen .... Troy

Clive Mantle .... William

Peter Guinness .... Gregor

Deobia Oparei .... Arthur

Philip Davis .... Kevin

Niall Buggy .... Eric

Hi Ching .... Company Man

Danielle Edmond .... Newt

Tom Woodruff Jr. .... Lead Alien



Resurrection (1997)
Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet

Writing credits (WGA)
Dan O'Bannon (characters)

Ronald Shusett (characters)

Joss Whedon (written by)
Plot Outline:: It is 200 years since Ellen Ripley died on Fiorina 161. Ripley's former employers, The Weyland-Yutani Company has dissolved and now the United Systems Military has assumed the task of breeding and harnessing the deadly aliens. With blood samples taken from her previous life, scientists clone a new Ripley in order to extract the queen alien inside of her. The new Ripley, known as number 8, acquires physical and emotional traits from both humanity and the aliens, making her question where her allegiances lie. Shortly after, the aliens break free and commence killing those onboard. Ripley, along with a crew of smugglers that unknowingly helped in delivering hosts to breed the alien species, must now escape the perilous ship. Along the way, Ripley encounters a shocking revelation that truly sets herself against both humanity and the alien species. She must now decide what she truly is, in order to save humanity once more.
Sigourney Weaver .... Ellen Ripley

Winona Ryder .... Annalee Call

Dominique Pinon .... Vriess

Ron Perlman .... Johner

Gary Dourdan .... Christie

Michael Wincott .... Frank Elgyn

Kim Flowers .... Sabra Hillard

Dan Hedaya .... Gen. Martin Perez

J.E. Freeman .... Dr. Mason Wren

Brad Dourif .... Dr. Jonathan Gediman

Raymond Cruz .... Vincent Distephano

Leland Orser .... Larry Purvis

Carolyn Campbell .... Carlyn Williamson (Anesthesiologist)

Marlene Bush .... Scientist

David St. James .... Surgeon

Rodney Mitchell .... Soldier with Glove

Robert Faltisco .... Soldier Shot Through Helmet

David Rowe .... Frozen Soldier

Garrett House .... Soldier

Rod Damer .... Soldier

Mark Mansfield .... Soldier

Daniel Raymont .... Soldier

Cris D'Annunzio .... Soldier

Steven Gilborn .... Voice of 'Father' (voice)

Robert Bastens .... Sleeper

Rico Bueno .... Sleeper

Alex Lorre .... Sleeper

Ronald Ramessar .... Sleeper

Nicole Fellows .... Young Ripley

Tom Woodruff Jr. .... Lead Alien

Joan LaBarbara .... Newborn Vocal #1 (voice)

Archie Hahn .... Newborn Vocal #2 (voice)

Regan DuCasse .... Surgeon

Nito Larioza .... Sleeper

Brad Martin .... Soldier shot by Johner

David Britten Prior .... Alien

Eddie Yansick .... Soldier who stuns Ripley



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