Aliens in the Wild, Wild West

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Aliens in the Wild, Wild West
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Film poster
Directed by George Erschbamer
Produced by Cris Andrei
Gabi Antal
Michael J. Mahoney
Written by Alon Kaplan
Starring Taylor Locke
Carly Pope
Music by Orest Hrynewich
Jack Lenz
Stephen Skratt
Cinematography Calin Ghibu
Edited by Paul Winestock
Distributed by Full Moon Entertainment
Kushner-Locke Company
Release date
  • August 17, 1999 (1999-08-17) (U.S.)
Running time
90 minutes
Country Canada
Romania
Language English

Aliens in the Wild, Wild West is a science fiction movie released in 1999. It was directed by George Erschbamer and written by Alon Kaplan.

Plot[edit]

Aliens in the Wild, Wild West takes place in a mid-19th century western town which had been traveled to by two modern day siblings through the means of time travel.

The younger sibling, Tom Johnson (Locke), was an annoyance to his older sister Sara (Pope). They fought all the time, which is what got them put into the town. While back in time, Tom finds an alien spaceship in the forest. He soon finds out that oxygen is poisonous to the cute and fuzzy aliens, and they only breathe sulfur. The cute and fuzzy aliens resemble a cross between E.T. and a hairy Yoda. The voice of the youngest alien highly resembles Elmo. When the townsmen find the aliens, they try to sell them to a representative of P.T. Barnum. Tom and Sara see that this is immoral and try to save the alien by getting it back to the ship. The moral shift appears to be out of character for Sara since we were first introduced to her after she was caught joy riding in a stolen car with her punk rocker convict boyfriend.

After the two siblings are successful in their moral crusade, they are transported back into the modern day ghost town from whence they came. Tom and Sara's sour relationship heals as they drive back to their suburban home.

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