|Directed by||James L. Conway|
|Written by||Michael Fisher|
|Produced by||Michael Fisher|
|Edited by||Michael Spence|
|Music by||Bob Summers|
|Distributed by||Taft International Pictures|
When a family of benevolent humanoid aliens is stranded in the Midwestern United States after their spaceship crashes, a kind innkeeper (Burl Ives) and his grandson (Todd Porter) take them in. Once word gets out that aliens have landed, Sheriff De Rita (John Schuck) and Deputy Sweeney (Stuart Pankin) prove unable to handle the crowds. A government agent (Joseph Campanella) arrives, who wants to assure that the aliens cannot intermingle with humankind.
- Burl Ives as Ned Anderson
- Todd Porter as Tommy Anderson
- Christopher Connelly as Zef
- Meredith MacRae as Lara
- Joseph Campanella as Conrad
- Marc Gilpin as Dalem
- Mindy Dow as Rosie
- Elissa Leeds as Teva
- Peter Isacksen as Willy
- John Schuck as Sheriff De Rita
- Joey Forman as Madden
- Stuart Pankin as Sweeney
- H.M. Wynant as Dave
- Doodles Weaver as Sterling
- Jesse Bennett as Gold Rush man #2
- Anne Lockhart as Mom
- Cindy Bertagnolli as Unknown Extra
- Allen Tatomer as Extra, Local Posse, Townie
- Scottie Anderson as Extra, Local Posse, Townie
Parts of the film were shot in Park City, Utah. The movie was developed as a TV pilot, and released theatrically when the networks showed no interest. John Schuck stated that while the area where the movie was shot was beautiful, the two-week production of the film was rushed and the script was lacking. He also felt the 16-mm filming did not lend itself to a theatrical release.
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- Young, R. G., ed. (2000). The Encyclopedia of Fantastic Film: Ali Baba to Zombies (1st ed.). Milwaukee: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books. p. 184. ISBN 978-1557832696.