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  • Genre: Horror | Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: 1 November 1979 (UK)
  • Runtime: 117 min | 116 min (director's cut)
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  • Rate: 8.5/10 total 373,156 votes 
  • Genre: Horror | Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: 1 November 1979 (UK)
  • Runtime: 117 min | 116 min (director's cut)
  • Filming Location: Shepperton Studios, Shepperton, Surrey, England, UK
  • Budget: $11,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $1,983,690 (USA) (28 November 2003)
  • Director: Ridley Scott
  • Stars: Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, John Hurt | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Jerry Goldsmith   
  • Soundtrack: Incidental music from 'Symphony No. Alien 1979 2 ('Romantic')
  • Sound Mix: 70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | Dolby (as Dolby Stereo)
  • Plot Keyword: Spaceship | Egg | Warning | Parasite | Alien

Alien (1979) Writing Credits By:

  • Dan O'Bannon (story) and
  • Ronald Shusett (story)
  • Dan O'Bannon (screenplay)

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Alien (1979) Known Trivia

  • The rumor that the cast, except for John Hurt, did not know what would happen during the chestburster scene is partly true. Alien 1979 The scene had been explained for them, but they did not know specifics. Alien 1979 For instance, Veronica Cartwright did not expect to be sprayed with blood. Alien 1979 6 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • 20th Century Fox doubled the budget from $4.2 million to $8.4 million on the strength of seeing Ridley Scott’s storyboards. Alien 1979 6 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The alien’s habit of laying eggs in the chest (which later burst out) was inspired by spider wasps, which are said to lay their eggs “in the abdomen of spiders.” This image gave Dan O’Bannon nightmares, which he used to create the story. Alien 1979 But spider wasps (pompilidae) lay eggs on their prey, not inside them, after which the wasp maggots simply snack on the sting-paralyzed spiders. Alien 1979 O’Bannon may instead have been thinking of either ichneumon wasps or braconid wasps. Alien 1979 The ichneumon drills a single egg into a wood-boring beetle larva, whereas braconids inject eggs inside certain caterpillars. Alien 1979 Both result in fatal hatch-outs more alike to O’Bannon’s alien. Alien 1979 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • To get Jones the cat to react fearfully to the descending Alien, a German Shepherd was placed in front of him with a screen between the two, so the cat wouldn’t see it at first, and came over. Alien 1979 The screen was then suddenly removed to make Jones stop, and start hissing. Alien 1979 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • It was conceptual artist Ron Cobb who came up with the idea that the Alien should bleed acid. Alien 1979 This came about when Dan O’Bannon couldn’t find a reason why the Nostromo crew just wouldn’t shoot the Alien with a gun. Alien 1979 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In an interview for Métal Hurlant, Ridley Scott revealed that to make the action more realistic, the flight deck was wired so that flipping a switch in at one console would trigger lights somewhere else. Alien 1979 The cast then developed “work routines” for themselves where one would trip a switch, leading another to respond to the changes at his work station and so on. Alien 1979 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The inside of the alien eggs as seen by Kane was composed of real organic material. Alien 1979 Director Ridley Scott used cattle hearts and stomachs. Alien 1979 The tail of the facehugger was sheep intestine. Alien 1979 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The original title was “Star Beast”. Alien 1979 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The spacesuits worn by Tom Skerritt, John Hurt and Veronica Cartwright were huge, bulky items lined with nylon and with no outlets for breath or condensation. Alien 1979 As the actors were working under hot studio lights in conditions in excess of 100 degrees, they spent most of their time passing out. Alien 1979 A nurse had to be on hand at all times to keep supplying them with oxygen. Alien 1979 It was only after Ridley Scott’s and cinematographer Derek Vanlint’s children were used in the suits for long-shots and they passed out too, that some modifications were made to the costumes. Alien 1979 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The dead facehugger that Ash autopsies was made using fresh shellfish, four oysters and a sheep kidney to recreate the internal organs. Alien 1979 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Continuity: When Ripley finds out the truth from Mother, Ash is seen standing next to her. Alien 1979 A brief scuffle ensues and Ripley leaves the room. Alien 1979 As she leaves there is no injury to her but when the door opens on the other side she has a bloody right nostril.

Alien (1979) Plot: The commercial vessel Nostromo receives a distress call from an unexplored planet. Alien 1979 After searching for survivors, the crew heads home only to realize that a deadly bioform has joined them. Alien 1979 Full summary »  »

Alien (1979) Story: The crew of the deep space towing vessel Nostromo are awaken from hypersleep to investigate a strange signal from a nearby planet. Alien 1979 While investigating the signal, they discover it was intended as a warning, and not an SOS. Alien 1979 Written byColin Tinto <>


Alien (1979) Synopsis: Scenes in red appear only in the 2003 Director’s Cut. Alien 1979 Scenes in blue appear only in the 1979 Theatrical Edition.

The opening credits appear in front of a large planet with rings. Alien 1979 Cut to the far reaches of deep space: the Nostromo, a commercial towing space vehicle, carrying a refinery with twenty million tons of mineral ore, is en route to Earth with a crew of seven. Alien 1979 Inside, the ship appears eerily quit, but suddenly, the onboard computer is activated. Alien 1979 Lights inside the ship are activated, and a room with 7 biobeds is illuminated. Alien 1979 The canopies open to wake the crew. Alien 1979 Executive Officer Kane (John Hurt) is the first to get out. Alien 1979 They congregate in the mess hall, where they cheerfully enjoy a meal. Alien 1979 Chief Engineer Parker (Yaphet Kotto) and Engineering Technician Brett (Harry Dean Stanton) take the opportunity to discuss the bonus system, which they find unfair, as they get paid less than the officers. Alien 1979 Captain Dallas (Tom Skerritt) is called away by Mother, the ship’s computer, before they can have a meaningful conversation. Alien 1979 Dallas enters the Mother console room, and tries to assess the situation, as the rest of the crew gets in the cockpit of the ship to determine their location. Alien 1979 They quickly deduce that they are not home yet. Alien 1979 Navigator Lambert (Veronica Cartwright) finds out that they are at Zeta II Reticuli, and the ship is still quite far from Earth. Alien 1979 When Parker and Brett return from their round of the lower deck, complaining about their colleagues’ attitude and the bonus system, Dallas briefs the crew: the ship is not even halfway home, and has altered course because it has picked up an unknown signal, which repeats every 12 seconds. Alien 1979 The crew has been awoken from cryosleep to investigate. Alien 1979 Parker protests, arguing that they’re not a rescue team and that they should be compensated for the extra work, but Science Officer Ash (Ian Holm) stipulates that per Company contract, the crew is obliged to investigate every signal from an intelligent source; non-compliance will result in loss of pay, which quickly gets Parker in a cooperative mood.

The crew assembles in the cockpit to listen to the signal. Alien 1979 It sounds very strange and unearthly, perhaps like a voice. Alien 1979 Lambert homes in on it and finds that it comes from a planetoid, 1200 km in diameter, with a 2 hour rotation and some gravity.

The Nostromo approaches the planet, which is close to one enormous ringed planet and two smaller ones. Alien 1979 The ship separates from the refinery, and sets course to the planet’s surface. Alien 1979 It descends toward the planet, but the landing is rough, causing damage that will take some time for Parker and Brett to fix (although they allot themselves copious amounts of time). Alien 1979 The planet is windy, and visibility is low. Alien 1979 As the source of the signal is 2000 meters away and the sun is coming up, Dallas and Kane decide to investigate on foot. Alien 1979 A reluctant Lambert is ordered to join. Alien 1979 Ash takes place behind an outer window with a communication console, as the team puts on the space suits and leaves the ship to investigate the signal on the planet’s windy surface. Alien 1979 In the meanwhile, Warrant Officer Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) has gone to the lower deck to inspect the repairs. Alien 1979 Parker and Brett ask if there will be a bonus for any discovery which is made on the surface; Ripley assures them that the law guarantees them a share, before returning upstairs, as they keep teasing her. Alien 1979 Outside, the team walks between the rocks, through the planetoid’s inhabitable atmosphere. Alien 1979 Inside the ship, Ash tells Ripley that Mother has not yet deciphered the signal; she volunteers to give it a try. Alien 1979 Ripley accesses a console and starts working on the strange signal.

Outside, the sun is up and they wind has laid down. Alien 1979 The team clears the rock formation, and makes a fascinating discovery. Alien 1979 Near the horizon, they see a derelict spacecraft of unknown origin. Alien 1979 It is lying against the rocks, vaguely shaped like a horseshoe. Alien 1979 Despite Lambert’s hesitation, they approach it, losing contact with the Nostromo upon entering the massive ship through an opening at the side. Alien 1979 Inside, they find hallways with walls textured like bones. Alien 1979 At the end is an elevated platform. Alien 1979 It carries the remains of an enormous alien creature in a large chair, now fossilized. Alien 1979 Upon initial examination, there is evidence of some unknown trauma to its chest: its ribs are bent outward, as if it exploded from the inside. Alien 1979 Lambert wants to leave. Alien 1979 Kane then draws the others’ attention to a large hole in the floor.

Meanwhile, analysis of the unidentified transmission suggests that it is not an SOS, but a warning. Alien 1979 Ripley wants to go after the search party, but Ash talks her out of it, reasoning that by the time she gets there, the search team will probably know what the signal means.

Kane is lowered into the hole by means of a winch. Alien 1979 He finds an enormous tube-like hallway down below, divided into sections and basins. Alien 1979 He nears one basin, discovering thousands of leathery objects that resemble large eggs. Alien 1979 He also discovers a strange light and mist covering the eggs that reacts when broken. Alien 1979 He trips and falls into the pit, but is okay and moves in to investigate further. Alien 1979 Kane touches one of the eggs, which seems to give a shriek. Alien 1979 He illuminates the egg from behind with a flashlight and discovers movement inside. Alien 1979 He grabs a pistol: a strange, spider-like organism is the resident. Alien 1979 The egg has flaps on top, which open, revealing its insides. Alien 1979 As Kane moves into for a better look, the strange life form inside suddenly leaps out, attaching itself to Kane’s helmet.

Ash is looking towards the planet’s surface, when he sees Dallas and Lambert carrying the unconscious Kane back to the Nostromo. Alien 1979 They enter the airlock and ask Ripley to let them in, while Ash waits at the inner airlock door to open it. Alien 1979 They inform Ripley that an organism has attached itself to Kane’s face. Alien 1979 Ripley hesitates, citing quarantine protocol: for the safety of the crew, Kane should first be decontaminated for 24 hours before being brought on board. Alien 1979 Dallas fears for Kane’s life and orders her to open the door, but she refuses, despite Dallas trying to pull rank. Alien 1979 However, Ash disregards Ripley’s decision and lets them in.

In the infirmary, Dallas and Ash cut Kane’s helmet open: they find a spider-like creature attaching itself to Kane’s face, with eight fingers, and a long tail wrapped around his neck. Alien 1979 Despite his mouth being blocked, Kane is breathing heavily. Alien 1979 Parker, Brett and Lambert observe through a window. Alien 1979 Ripley joins them, and is angrily slapped by a furious Lambert for not allowing them to re-enter the ship; the men break the women apart. Alien 1979 Dallas berates Ripley for disobeying a direct order, but Ripley furiously replies that she was just following the rules. Ash attempts to remove the creature from Kane’s face with a pair of pliers, but it merely tightens its grip, and is holding on so tight that it will tear Kane’s skin with it. Alien 1979 Kane is examined with a sophisticated medical scanner, which shows that the creature has inserted a tube into Kane’s throat and is feeding him oxygen. Alien 1979 Ash deduces that since Kane is comatose and the parasite is feeding him oxygen, removing the creature may kill Kane. Alien 1979 Dallas is willing to take the risk.

Ash tries to cut off one of its legs with a scalpel, but a yellowish fluid pours out of the wound and begins to eat through the floor. Alien 1979 Out of concern that the acidic fluid will breach the hull, the crew runs several floors downstairs, and find that the stuff’s corrosive effects is neutralized after burning through several decks. Alien 1979 Dallas says the substance resembles molecular acid, and Brett comments the creature must be using it for blood. Alien 1979 ‘Wonderful defense mechanism – you don’t dare kill it’, growls Parker. Alien 1979 Dallas orders everyone back to their posts, as Kane is left in his coma to be tended by Ash.

Parker and Brett resume their repairs, commenting that they should never have landed on the planet. Alien 1979 As Kane’s situation remains unchanged, Ash is collecting data on the creature. Alien 1979 He is startled by the sudden presence of Ripley in the infirmary. Alien 1979 She wants to know what he has found out yet. Alien 1979 Ash can only confirm that the creature’s skin is made up of polysaccharides, which it is slowly replacing with silicon to toughen itself up. Alien 1979 Ripley then confronts him with his decision to let it aboard, ignoring the quarantine law; Ash defends himself by stating he temporarily forgot the fact that Ripley is the officer in charge when Dallas and Kane are away, and that he did it out of concern for Kane’s life. Alien 1979 Ripley replies that by allowing this, he has put all of their lives at risk, which is not appropriate behavior for a science officer. Alien 1979 Ash coldly lets her know that he is perfectly capable to make that decision, and she should stick to her own job. Alien 1979 Ripley leaves.

Dallas is sitting in the Nostromo’s escape shuttle, the Narcissus, listening to music, when he is called to the infirmary by Ash, because something has happened to Kane. Alien 1979 The creature has detached from Kane’s face on its own, and has disappeared. Alien 1979 Dallas, Ripley and Ash search the infirmary, and find it when it suddenly drops from an overhead compartment on an unsuspecting Ripley; it appears to be dead, only showing basic reflexes. Alien 1979 They take a closer look at it, and confirm it is dead. Alien 1979 Ripley wants to get rid of it, fearing that it may become even more harmful when dead; Ash strongly disagrees, given the uniqueness of the specimen. Alien 1979 He wants to take it back to Earth for more tests, as it is harmless now. Alien 1979 Dallas shares Ripley’s sentiment, but leaves the decision to Ash, to Ripley’s amazement.

Ripley tries to talk some sense into Dallas, who is unwilling to listen to her arguments, replying that he only runs the ship, and the science officer has the final word on all things scientific. Alien 1979 Apparently, this is standard procedure nowadays, as per the almighty Company’s regulations. Alien 1979 Ripley asks if Dallas has ever worked with Ash before. Alien 1979 Dallas mentions that he did five tours with the same science officer, but this person was suddenly replaced two days before the Nostromo left Thedus dock. Alien 1979 Ripley admits she doesn’t trust Ash, but Dallas responds that he doesn’t trust anybody. He asks about the status of repairs, which are still underway, but appear completed enough to take the ship off. Alien 1979 Even though Ripley does not recommend it, Dallas prefers to leave as soon as possible.

After a successful take-off and despite some minor technical errors, the ship docks with the refinery and cargo in orbit. Alien 1979 The Nostromo then resumes its course for Earth.

The crew is back in the mess hall, bickering again about what to do with Kane. Alien 1979 Dallas decides they will all get back into cryosleep. Alien 1979 Lambert has calculated that it will take another 10 months to get back to Earth, which spoils their moods even further. Alien 1979 Ash suddenly calls Dallas to the infirmary. Alien 1979 Kane has awoken, still groggy but seemingly unharmed. Alien 1979 He remembers very little of the event, but is starved and wants to eat. Alien 1979 The crew decides to have one last meal before they re-enter cryosleep. Alien 1979 During the meal, the crew is finally having a good time again, joking and enjoying the food. Alien 1979 Kane is eating like he hasn’t got food in ages, sharply observed by Ash. Alien 1979 Suddenly, Kane begins to choke. Alien 1979 After initially thinking he has swallowed something bad, the mood suddenly changes when Kane starts to groan and convulse violently. Alien 1979 While he lies writhing and screaming on the table, the crew tries to aid and stabilize him, but his chest suddenly bursts, and a small snake-like alien creature erupts from his insides. Alien 1979 It silently observes its surroundings. Alien 1979 Parker moves in to kill it with a knife, but he is stopped by Ash. Alien 1979 The creature screeches, then scurries away quickly, leaving the crew stunned and horrified.

A quick search through the deck yields no results whatsoever. Alien 1979 After a short funeral for Kane, where his body is jettisoned into space, the crew members split up into two teams to capture the small creature. Alien 1979 Brett assembles a weapon similar to a cattle prod, while Ash rigs together a tracking device. Alien 1979 Parker, Brett, and Ripley investigate one of the lower decks, finding that the power has been disrupted despite repairs having been finished. Alien 1979 Picking up a signal, they think they have the creature cornered in a cupboard. Alien 1979 They prepare to catch it in a net, only to be startled by the discovery that it is the crew’s cat, Jones, who had found a quiet place inside the cupboard, and runs away. Alien 1979 Realizing they might pick up the cat on the tracker again later, Parker sends Brett off to catch Jones. Alien 1979 As Brett is searching for Jones, he finds a mysterious object resembling a shedded snake skin on the floor. Alien 1979 He continues on to a hold housing one of the ship’s landing struts, eventually catching up with Jones. Alien 1979 A strange creature is hanging in the chains above him, seemingly observing him. As Brett tries to coax Jones out, the cat hisses when a huge shape drops down behind him. Alien 1979 It is the creature, however now with four limbs, an elongated head, fully grown and towering over Brett. Alien 1979 Brett turns around, and is mesmerized while looking at the creature opening its mouth, revealing a second set of teeth which quickly extends from the mouth, biting Brett in the head, and dragging him, bloodied and screaming, above into an air shaft. Alien 1979 Ripley and Parker hear him and arrive just in time to catch a glimpse of the monster as Brett disappears and blood drips down.

Parker and Ripley can only confirm the creature is big and escaped through the air ducts. Alien 1979 Brett is assumed dead. Alien 1979 The crew debates their next move. Alien 1979 They all agree that the alien is using the air shafts to move around, so if they could drive it from the ducts into an airlock, they might be able to blow it out into space. Alien 1979 Ripley asks Ash if he can offer some helpful information as a scientist; Ash suggests the alien may be afraid of fire, as most animals are. Alien 1979 Fortunately, there are several flamethrowers on board. Alien 1979 Ripley volunteers to enter the air shafts, but Dallas overrules her by volunteering himself.

Dallas enters the Mother console once more. Alien 1979 He tries to get the Mother computer to evaluate their procedure to get rid of the alien, but Mother simply cannot provide an answer, due to lack of input. Alien 1979 He tries to get Mother to offer suggestions, but again, the computer cannot compute, due to lack of available data. Alien 1979 Finally, Dallas types " What are my chances?" The computer replies that it cannot compute.

The main airlock is prepared by Ripley and Ash for the decompression procedure, while Parker and Lambert position themselves where they can measure movement inside the ducts. Alien 1979 The main duct is opened and Dallas enters the network of air shafts with a flamethrower, allowing the crew to remote-close valves behind him as he proceeds. Alien 1979 Lambert uses a motion tracker to get his location, when she suddenly catches another signal going towards him. Alien 1979 Assuming it is the alien, Dallas uses the flamethrower to make sure that one of the ducts leading down is safe. Alien 1979 He ascends a ladder to the lower duct, but the alien’s signal is lost in the meanwhile. Alien 1979 He finds a puddle of slime on the floor. Alien 1979 Lambert assures him that the alien cannot be far, so he uses the flame thrower around him to scare it out of hiding; nothing is there. Alien 1979 Dallas is disoriented in the cramped space and starts to panic, when the other signal starts moving again, at higher speed to his location. Alien 1979 Lambert desperately urges him to move away. Alien 1979 He descends another ladder, turning around, his light illuminating the shrieking creature stretching its arms towards him. Alien 1979 Static and feedback interrupt the line, and then there is only silence.

Parker puts Dallas’ flamethrower on the table, saying it was just laying in the duct: no blood, no Dallas. Alien 1979 Lambert looks as if she is near a nervous breakdown, while Ripley is desperately trying to hide her apprehension. Alien 1979 She suggests that in absence of a better idea, they should continue with the old plan. Alien 1979 Lambert says it is madness, and suggests abandoning the ship with the shuttle; however, the shuttle cannot sustain four people. Alien 1979 Parker also opposes the idea, and wants to kill the creature; even if this means entering the entire duct system again, and blowing the alien out of the airlock. Alien 1979 He leaves to re-fill the flamethrower. Alien 1979 Ripley once again tries to get helpful information from Ash, but he says he is still analyzing. Alien 1979 She scoffs at him for being so little help, and decides to go and try Mother for answers, since she now has access in light of Dallas’ absence.

Ripley enters the Mother console, and queries Mother for answers as to why they are unable to neutralize the alien. Alien 1979 Mother responds that she cannot clarify. Alien 1979 Ripley asks Mother to explain that. Alien 1979 Mother replies that she cannot, referring to ‘Special Order 937′ , which is only meant to be read by the science officer. Alien 1979 Ripley uses a command override to force Mother to explain what Special Order 937 entails. Alien 1979 Mother displays the following shocking text: ‘Nostromo rerouted to new coordinates. Alien 1979 Investigate life form. Alien 1979 Gather specimen. Alien 1979 Priority one: insure return of organism for analysis. Alien 1979 All other considerations secondary. Alien 1979 Crew expendable.’ As she contemplates the cold, hard words, she suddenly finds Ash sitting next to her, saying there is an explanation for this. Alien 1979 Furiously, she grabs and yells at him, sobbing uncontrollably. Alien 1979 She leaves the console, trying to contact Parker and Lambert, but she finds that Ash is closing all doors leaving the mess hall, preventing her from leaving. Alien 1979 She demands that he open the doors, but Ash simply stares at her. Alien 1979 She notices a drop of white liquid running down his face, and he starts to have facial twitches. Alien 1979 Unnerved, she tries to run away, but he suddenly grabs her hair; Ripley breaks free, pulling out a lock of hair, and tries to run. Alien 1979 Ash quickly catches up and throws her against a few walls. Alien 1979 While she is barely conscious, Ash uses a rolled-up magazine in order to choke her. Alien 1979 She starts to struggle fiercely as Ash starts to twitch and make incoherent noises. Alien 1979 Suddenly, Parker and Lambert arrive, both trying to drag Ash away from Ripley. Alien 1979 Parker howls in pain as Ash grabs a piece of skin on his chest, forcing him to let go. Alien 1979 Parker quickly grabs a fire extinguisher and hits Ash with it in the back. Alien 1979 Ash starts to convulse and shriek violently, making very inhuman sounds while spitting out white liquid. Alien 1979 Parker gives him another blow with the extinguisher, dislodging Ash’s head, revealing Ash is an android. Alien 1979 He keeps ponding Ash until he is on the floor, white liquid gushing from its insides. Alien 1979 Ash’ movements start to decrease and Parker settles down, but suddenly, the decapitated body grabs him and forces him onto a table; Lambert finally grabs the electric prod and screams as she stabs Ash in the back with it, finally rendering the android lifeless.

With Ash disabled, Ripley theorizes that the Company sent him along to bring an alien back for their weapons division, as Ash was always very protective of the creature. Alien 1979 They reconnect his disembodied head to see if he can give them any advice on how to deal with the creature. Alien 1979 Ash confirms that his order was to bring back the life-form, even if it meant sacrificing the crew. Alien 1979 Ripley asks how they can kill the creature. Alien 1979 He tells them they have no chance against it, as it is "the perfect organism". Alien 1979 He has a silent admiration for it, "a survivor, unclouded by conscience, remorse and delusions of morality". Alien 1979 When he mocks their chances of survival, Ripley disconnects him again. Alien 1979 The three survivors decide to follow Lambert’s earlier suggestion; set the Nostromo to self-destruct and escape in the shuttle, leaving the Alien to die on the main ship. Alien 1979 As they leave the room, Parker turns the flamethrower on Ash’s corpse, melting his remains. Alien 1979 Ripley will prep the shuttle for launch, while Parker and Lambert go to gather coolant for the shuttle’s life-support system.

While prepping the shuttle, Ripley hears the cat meowing on the ship’s open intercom system, and realizes Jones is still left behind. Alien 1979 Lambert and Parker are in the hold gathering equipment. Alien 1979 They proceed to a small room where the coolant is stored. Alien 1979 Ripley ventures out alone, into the hallways of the Nostromo to find Jones the cat. Alien 1979 Expecting the alien at every turn, Ripley finally locates the cat in the cockpit, where he startles her as he suddenly jumps into view. Alien 1979 She puts him into his traveling container. Alien 1979 In the meanwhile, Parker and Lambert are working so feverishly on the supplies, that neither of them pays attention to a large shadow creeping into the room. Alien 1979 It is the alien, and it closes in on Lambert. Alien 1979 Ripley can hear Parker shouting orders to Lambert to get out of the way, but the alien has cornered her against the wall. Alien 1979 Parker is unable to get a clear shot at it with the flamethrower without killing Lambert, as it is hulking over her. Alien 1979 Finally, he charges at the creature, but it rapidly spins, whipping the flamethrower out of his hands with its long tail, and grabbing him with its large claws. Alien 1979 The creature opens its mouth, and its bizarre inner jaws pierce Parker’s head, instantly killing him. Alien 1979 As Ripley rushes towards their position, she is powerless to prevent the creature from turning back to Lambert. Alien 1979 It curls its tail around her, and the final thing that Ripley can hear from the intercom are the sounds of Lambert, crying, sobbing, gagging and screaming. Alien 1979 Ripley finds their lifeless bodies in the storage room they had been working in, with no sign of the alien.

In terrible shock, Ripley dashes towards the emergency room without stopping. Alien 1979 Between the sobs, she quickly completes the entire procedure to activate the self-destruct mechanism. Alien 1979 The voice of Mother now announces that the self-destruct mechanism has been activated, and the ship will detonate in 10 minutes; however, the self-destruct can still be canceled during the first five minutes.

Ripley takes a ladder to the lower deck, where she hears a soft groan. Alien 1979 She inspects the hold, and finds a strange organic structure adhering to the walls and machinery. Alien 1979 Shocked, she finds Dallas stuck within the adhesive, barely alive. Alien 1979 On the opposite wall, she notices a shape which vaguely resembles Brett; he seems to be dissolving, transforming into an object like the eggs seen in the derelict ship. Alien 1979 Dallas very weakly begs Ripley to kill him. Alien 1979 After some hesitation, she grants his dying request: she burns them both with the flamethrower and rushes out of the chamber.

Ripley crawls up a ladder, and runs towards the shuttle with Jones in the container. Alien 1979 She briefly rests against a wall, when she suddenly hears the alien stirring around the corner. Alien 1979 Terrified, she drops the cat carrier and carefully retraces her steps, as the alien slowly comes into view around the corner. Alien 1979 It shows interest in Jones. Alien 1979 The alien slams the container against a wall. Ripley races back to self-destruct mechanism and tries to override the procedure; however, she is too late, as the mechanism is already starting to activate. Alien 1979 She restarts the cooling unit, but Mother states that it is too late to stop the countdown, and the Nostromo will explode in 5 minutes, much to Ripley’s anger. Alien 1979 With sirens blaring and steam releasing, Ripley runs back to the shuttle loading area, ready to make her best attempt to fight off the alien and get into the lifeboat. Alien 1979 The alien is nowhere to be seen, only the cat container lying on its side. Alien 1979 As fires start to erupt, she picks up Jones and boards the shuttle with only one minute to abandon ship. Alien 1979 She quickly runs through the launch sequence, and the shuttle lowers to launch position as Mother starts counting down the last 30 seconds of the Nostromo’s life. Alien 1979 The shuttle’s engines ignite and the ship races away from the Nostromo, which grows smaller by the second. Alien 1979 A series of mighty explosions follow as the Nostromo vanishes in fire, destroying the refinery and ore it had been carrying. Alien 1979 Ripley is relieved it destroyed the alien along with it.

Ripley gives Jones an hug and prepares one of the biobeds for cryosleep, putting Jones in it. Alien 1979 As she makes final preparations for the ship, a hand suddenly reaches out to her from a wall; she shrieks, and in horror, she sees the alien lying in an alcove. Alien 1979 It had, in fact, stowed away aboard the shuttle, its external physicality making it blend in with the ship’s machinery. Alien 1979 She flees into a locker with space suits inside, and notices the alien is not following her; it remains lying in the alcove, seemingly unable to do something. Alien 1979 Ripley gets an idea, and dons one of the spacesuits. Alien 1979 She arms herself with a harpoon gun, then straps herself into a chair while singing ‘You are my lucky star’ to calm her nerves. Alien 1979 Opening a series of air vents above the alien’s head, Ripley tests them one at a time, and then finds one that directly blasts high-pressure steam onto the alien, driving it screaming from its hiding spot. Alien 1979 As she is activating several buttons, she doesn’t notice the monster creeping up to her from the side, until it is standing next to her to its full, menacing 2-meter height, ready to attack with its inner jaw. Alien 1979 Screaming, she opens the shuttle’s airlock door. Alien 1979 Everything not secured, including the alien, blasts towards the door. Alien 1979 The alien, however, grabs the edges of the doorway to prevent itself from being sucked outside. Alien 1979 Ripley quickly fires her harpoon before the creature is able to haul itself in; it pierces the screaming alien, which lets go of the doorway and blasts outside, the wire connecting the gun to the harpoon pulling the gun out of Ripley’s hands. Alien 1979 However, the door slams shut, jamming the wire under it. Alien 1979 Still tethered to the door by the wire, the alien undauntedly attempts to re-enter the ship by climbing inside one of the heat thrusters. Alien 1979 Ripley, however, sees the opportunity and fires the engines, incinerating the alien, and sending it drifting into space.

Before she and Jones enter hypersleep for the trip home, Ripley records a final log entry, stating that Kane, Lambert, Parker, Brett, Ash and captain Dallas are dead. Alien 1979 Cargo and ship are destroyed. Alien 1979 She expects to reach the frontier in six weeks, and to be picked up by the network. Alien 1979 She signs off as Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo, and gets into hypersleep.

End credits.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By: Watch Online Alien (1979) Free Film HD

  • Gordon Carroll known as producer
  • David Giler known as producer
  • Walter Hill known as producer
  • Ivor Powell known as associate producer
  • Ronald Shusett known as executive producer

Watch Alien (1979) Film Free HD FullCast & Crew:

  • Tom Skerritt known as Dallas
  • Sigourney Weaver known as Ripley
  • Veronica Cartwright known as Lambert
  • Harry Dean Stanton known as Brett
  • John Hurt known as Kane
  • Ian Holm known as Ash
  • Yaphet Kotto known as Parker
  • Bolaji Badejo known as Alien
  • Helen Horton known as Mother (voice)
  • Eddie Powell known as Alien (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Alien (1979)
  • Pat Hay known as makeup artist
  • Tommie Manderson known as makeup supervisor (as Tommy Manderson)
  • Sarah Monzani known as hairdresser

Alien (1979) Art Department:

  • Jonathan Amberston known as assistant art director
  • Eddie Butler known as modeller
  • Ron Cobb known as concept artist
  • John Davey known as head painter
  • Shirley Denny known as modeller
  • Benjamín Fernández known as assistant art director (as Benjamin Fernandez)
  • Chris Foss known as concept artist
  • Jean Giraud known as concept artist (as Jean 'Moëbius' Giraud)
  • George Gunning known as head carpenter
  • Dave Jordan known as property master
  • Dan O'Bannon known as visual design consultant
  • Jill Quertier known as production buyer
  • Patti Rodgers known as modeller
  • Bert Rodwell known as head plasterer
  • Peter Voysey known as supervising modeller
  • Bill Welch known as construction manager
  • José María Alarcón known as assistant set decorator (uncredited)
  • Gari Bacon known as props (uncredited)
  • John Chisholm known as prop man (uncredited)
  • Paul James known as plasterer (uncredited)
  • Brian Muir known as sculptor (uncredited)
  • Stuart Rose known as draughtsman (uncredited)
  • Keith Short known as sculptor (uncredited)




Watch Alien (1979) Film Free HD Production Companies:

  • Brandywine Productions
  • Twentieth Century-Fox Productions

Watch Online Alien (1979) Free Film HD Other Companies:

  • Steve Frankfurt Communications  title design
  • R/Greenberg Associates  title design (as R. Alien 1979 Greenberg Associates)
  • Tony Silver Films  title design
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound post-production (as Dolby Stereo) (uncredited)
  • Panavision  cameras and lenses
  • DeLuxe Laboratories  prints by (as DeLuxe)
  • Sony U.K. Alien 1979 Ltd.  video equipment by
  • Anvil Studios  music recorded at (as Anvil Recording Studios, Denham England)
  • E.M.I. Alien 1979 Elstree Studios  post-production (as E.M.I. Alien 1979 Elstree Studios, England)
  • Anvil Recording Studios  music recorded at (as Anvil Recording Studios, Denham, England)
  • Intrada  soundtrack (complete score) (uncredited)
  • Lee Electrics  lighting by

Additional Details

Alien (1979) Distributors:

  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (1979) (USA) (theatrical) (released by) (as Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.)
  • 20th Century Fox (1979) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox Brazil (1979) (Brazil) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox de Argentina (1979) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox of Germany (1979) (West Germany) (theatrical)
  • Columbia-Fox (1979) (Cyprus) (theatrical)
  • Columbia-Fox (1980) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox Film de Mexico (2003) (Mexico) (theatrical) (director's cut)
  • 20th Century Fox Italia (2003) (Italy) (theatrical) (director's cut)
  • 20th Century Fox Netherlands (2003) (Netherlands) (theatrical) (director's cut)
  • 20th Century Fox de Argentina (2004) (Argentina) (theatrical) (director's cut)
  • 20th Century Fox of Germany (2003) (Germany) (theatrical) (director's cut)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (Brazil) (VHS)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2004) (USA) (DVD)
  • Abril Vídeo (Brazil) (VHS) (as "Alien – O Oitavo Passageiro")
  • American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1984) (USA) (TV) (broadcast premiere)
  • CBS / Fox Video (1987) (Greece) (VHS)
  • CBS/Fox Home Video (198?) (New Zealand) (VHS) (original video release)
  • CBS/Fox (198?) (Argentina) (VHS)
  • CBS/Fox (198?) (USA) (VHS)
  • CBS/Fox (198?) (USA) (video) (laserdisc)
  • City Video International (CVI) (19??) (Netherlands) (video) (Betamax)
  • Fox Video (199?) (Netherlands) (VHS) (retail)
  • Fox Video (199?) (USA) (VHS)
  • Gativideo (2004) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • Gativideo (2004) (Argentina) (VHS)
  • Odeon (2004) (Greece) (DVD) (director's cut)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Germany (1997) (Germany) (VHS)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Germany (2000) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (19??) (Netherlands) (VHS)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2000) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2004) (Netherlands) (DVD) (VHS) (director's cut)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (Alien Anthology)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (Prometheus to Alien: The Evolution boxset)



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Watch Online Alien (1979) Free Film HD Special Effects:

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Watch Alien (1979) Film Free HD Visual Effects by:

  • Dennis Ayling known as director of photography: miniature effects (as Denys Ayling)
  • Martin Bower known as supervising model maker: miniature effects
  • Ray Caple known as matte artist
  • Dick Hewitt known as electronics and video coordinator: main unit
  • David Litchfield known as operator: miniature effects
  • Bernard Lodge known as special graphic effects
  • Terry Pearce known as focus: miniature effects
  • Bill Pearson known as supervising model maker: miniature effects
  • Peter Woods known as key grip: miniature effects
  • Alan Buchan known as visual effects (uncredited)
  • Rick Cortes known as Inferno artist (2003 director's cut re-release) (uncredited)
  • Jon Sorensen known as visual effects miniatures (uncredited)

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MPAA: Rated R for sci-fi violence/gore and language



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