Alien Nation: The Udara Legacy

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Alien Nation: The Udara Legacy
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Genre Sci-fi
Created by Kenneth Johnson
Written by Rockne S. O'Bannon
Kenneth Johnson
Renee Longstreet
Harry Longstreet
Directed by Kenneth Johnson
Starring Gary Graham
Eric Pierpoint
Michele Scarabelli
Terri Treas
Theme music composer Steve Dorff
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Tarquin Gotch
Kenneth Johnson
Bob Lemchen
Producer(s) Ron Mitchell
Venita Ozols-Graham
Cinematography Ronald Víctor García (as Ron García)
Editor(s) Alan C. Marks
Running time 90 min.
Production company(s) 20th Century Fox Television
Kenneth Johnson Productions
Distributor Fox Network
Release
Original network Fox
Original release July 29, 1997

Alien Nation: The Udara Legacy (1997) is the fifth and final television film produced to continue the story of the television series Alien Nation.

Alien Nation: The Udara Legacy was written by Renee and Harry Longstreet,[1] and directed by Kenneth Johnson.

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The plot introduces the idea that among the Tenctonese slaves, there was a resistance movement called the Udara who were implanted with hypnotic suggestions to act as sleeper agents. Now, here on Earth, someone has found a way to activate these sleeper agents, and send them out as assassins.

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