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Captured by the Alien Task Force, ALF was rescued by two officers who found out that the project shall be canceled - and also ALF.
In the DVD edition edited in Spain in 2017, it was warned that the first scene in the military base did not include the Spanish Castilian dub and therefore was only shown in its original version with subtitles, since they had been unable to locate the entire dub. Despite the film, which premiered on television in 1996 in Spain, it was released in a complete cut and with dubbing. However, that distributor was widely criticized by consumers when some discovered that some films used dubbing from synchronized copies from the internet. Casually, for several years, a copy of this film had been circulating on the internet with the (same) first scene in Latin Spanish dubbing and the rest of the film in Castilian Spanish dubbing. Both versions, the Internet copy and the DVD, recovered the Castilian Spanish dubbing at the exact same scene. Many users say it can't be a coincidence.
I take it this isn't the word association test.
Dr. Warner: No, no. We're going to conduct a different test.
ALF: I'm not sure I like the word 'conduct'.
Dr. Warner: Oh, pay no attention to that sign, it shouldn't even be there. I'll remove it if it bothers you.
ALF: It bothers me.
Mullican says "6 of his 7 stomachs must be full" but according to the TV show Alf has 8 stomachs.
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