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Alien 3 (22-May-1992)

Director: David Fincher

Writers: Vincent Ward; David Giler; Walter Hill; Larry Ferguson

Music by: Elliot Goldenthal

Producers: Gordon Carroll; David Giler; Walter Hill

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Horror, Explosions

Spaceship Sulaco jettisons an escape pod with Ripley, two others, an android, plus a leftover alien parasite from the previous sequel; it lands on a prison colony and proceeds to wreak havoc. Pointless second sequel to Alien (1979), lacking almost entirely in suspense and replete with undifferentiated characters. Received an Oscar nomination for Best Special Effects, and somehow a Hugo nomination for Best Dramatic Presentation.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Dance
10-Oct-1946   Good Morning, Babylon
Charles Dutton
30-Jan-1951   Roc
Brian Glover
2-Apr-1934 24-Jul-1997 Lugg on Campion
Lance Henriksen
5-May-1940   Aliens, Dead Man
Paul McGann
14-Nov-1959   Withnail & I
Pete Postlethwaite
16-Feb-1946 2-Jan-2011 In the Name of the Father
Sigourney Weaver
8-Oct-1949   Alien


Sigourney Weaver   ...   Ripley
Charles 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
Chris Fairbank   ...   Murphy
Carl Chase   ...   Frank
Leon Herbert   ...   Boggs
Vincenzo Nicoli   ...   Jude
Pete Postlethwaite   ...   David
Paul Brennen   ...   Troy
Clive Mantle   ...   William
Peter Guinness   ...   Gregor
Dhobi Oparei   ...   Arthur
Philip Davis   ...   Kevin
Niall Buggy   ...   Eric
Hi Ching   ...   Company Man
Danielle Edmond   ...   Newt


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