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Old 03-15-2005, 08:19 PM   #1
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Default How Does ALF Work?

Alf looks so realistic on screen it's so hard to believe he isn't real! I think a cool DVD Extra would be a demonstration on how ALF works. like, what he looks like from waist down and how they get him to move. Does any one know how he works?
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It is so much a secret people had "accidents" trying to find out In fact they maybe watching you right now
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i believe he stated that he had to apply for a Green Card just like anyone else.
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Alf looks so realistic on screen it's so hard to believe he isn't real! I think a cool DVD Extra would be a demonstration on how ALF works. like, what he looks like from waist down and how they get him to move. Does any one know how he works?
ALF was a puppet, in close-ups and was voiced by producer Paul Fusco. A
three-foot-tall midget named Michu Meszaros was inside the costume (when
scenes called for ALF to walk around) during the first season.
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OOOOOOOhhh you told.
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ALF was a puppet, in close-ups and was voiced by producer Paul Fusco. A
three-foot-tall midget named Michu Meszaros was inside the costume (when
scenes called for ALF to walk around) during the first season.
thats ridiculous - he had his own TALK SHOW and EVERYTHING
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Oh, the TALK SHOW! Well, that's different. There they used the real ALF, an
alien from the planet Melmac. (But don't tell anybody--especially agents
Mulder and Scully. They'll want to do experiments on him and poke him with
needles. ALF wouldn't like that. Would you?)
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this "Michu Meszaros" must have a strange head..
or did I understand sth wrong?
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i love little people on the screen, god bless them.

doesn't anyone else find the whole concept of Alf a little strange? i was born in the 80s and am not quite culturally adept in figuring out why this show was even made-- it's so random.

also, if anyone is as bored as i am at work, you should check out http://video.dotcomedy.com/player/?id=94834 if you're a fan of celeb smut and fat men in weird glasses.

and no, i'm not talking about perez hilton or james lipton.
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