Alien Flight School
Early ’80’s, 6 min. 01 sec., produced by Co-Directions, Inc. Shot by Merrill Aldigheri and edited by Joe Tripician – shot in Riverside Park, New York


Burn Again
1981-2 (?), 9 min. 20 sec., Co-Directions, Inc. (Merrill Aldigheri & Joe Tripician) – this was shot on one of the west side piers on the Hudson River, below 14th St., that are no longer there


Pope Dream
1988, 5 min. 18 sec., Co-Directions, Inc. (Merrill Aldigheri and Joe Tripician) – shot one Sunday morning in the park next to the New York planetarium, on W. 81st St.


Backyard Full Moon Show
Early ’80’s, 7 min. 16 sec., done in my mom’s backyard in Los Angeles the day of a full moon.


Cardboard City
Aug. 11, 1990, 4 min. 40 sec., Co-Directions, Inc. (Merrill Aldigheri & Joe Tripician) Outdoors at Lincoln Center, part of their Summer Outdoor Performance Series. The artwork on the cardboard boxes was done by Laurie Olinder, of Ridge Theater Company.


Fashions for Defense
1994, 7 min. 32 sec., P.S. 122 Annual 3-day Benefit Performances


PS122 Benefit Performance
1991 10 min. 50 sec.


Alien Comic’s Birthday Show
Feb. 4, 2008, 15 min. 54 sec., at Little Theater, Dixon Place.


Night Before the Election Show
16 min. 54 sec., Time to Clean House


Luna Macaroona
2003, 7 min. 56 sec., film by Steve Buscemi, produced by Saxon Eldridge. With Lucian Buscemi and members of The Full Moon Crew, Jo Andres, Lucy Sexton, Anne Iobst and Mimi Goese – for The Howl festival, Sept. 2003, Lower East Side


Funny People
1988, 7 min. 10 sec., A national TV show on Channel 4, produced by George Schlatter. The off-stage video for my part of the show was shot by Lauren Versel.


MTV Bumper #1
1986, These 6 short commercials (“bumpers”) for MTV were shot in an MTV studio. A roommate of some of my friends was producing MTV commercials at that time. He saw one of my shows and asked me to come up with some short bits to use as commercials, and I did. All the props and material were created by me, and they shot them as is.


MTV Bumper #2
1986, These 6 short commercials (“bumpers”) for MTV were shot in an MTV studio. A roommate of some of my friends was producing MTV commercials at that time. He saw one of my shows and asked me to come up with some short bits to use as commercials, and I did. All the props and material were created by me, and they shot them as is.


MTV Bumper #3
1986, These 6 short commercials (“bumpers”) for MTV were shot in an MTV studio. A roommate of some of my friends was producing MTV commercials at that time. He saw one of my shows and asked me to come up with some short bits to use as commercials, and I did. All the props and material were created by me, and they shot them as is.


MTV Bumper #4
1986, These 6 short commercials (“bumpers”) for MTV were shot in an MTV studio. A roommate of some of my friends was producing MTV commercials at that time. He saw one of my shows and asked me to come up with some short bits to use as commercials, and I did. All the props and material were created by me, and they shot them as is.


MTV Bumper #5
1986, These 6 short commercials (“bumpers”) for MTV were shot in an MTV studio. A roommate of some of my friends was producing MTV commercials at that time. He saw one of my shows and asked me to come up with some short bits to use as commercials, and I did. All the props and material were created by me, and they shot them as is.


MTV Bumper #6
1986, These 6 short commercials (“bumpers”) for MTV were shot in an MTV studio. A roommate of some of my friends was producing MTV commercials at that time. He saw one of my shows and asked me to come up with some short bits to use as commercials, and I did. All the props and material were created by me, and they shot them as is.


Fall Fashion
2009, From a series of YouTube videos shot by Ethan Crenson in Patricia Sullivan’s studio. Alien Comic describes his all-green fall fashions… fashions for the future.


Halloween
2009, From a series of YouTube videos shot by Ethan Crenson in Patricia Sullivan’s studio. It’s halloween and the Alien Comic has some costume suggestions and trick-or-treating techniques to share with you. And don’t forget to get out there and scare little kids.


Alien Comic Gives Thanks
2009, From a series of YouTube videos shot by Ethan Crenson in Patricia Sullivan’s studio. What should we be thankful for this Thanksgiving season? How about pills, golf, sparkle, women’s breasts, coffee, trees, flowers, alien communication? Alien Comic gives us a full run down.


An Alien Comic Christmas
2009, From a series of YouTube videos shot by Ethan Crenson in Patricia Sullivan’s studio. Alien Comic Tom Murrin gives some Christmas shopping suggestions for this holiday season…. a Van Gogh painting, chocolates, lingerie for Mom, a tie for Dad. He also gives the ultimatum to the kids… this year it’s not just about GET, GET, GET… it’s about GIVE, GIVE, GIVE. You kids have to do your part too, because our economy is in a terrible state. Business men neeed us. Learn how to play the homemade Angels in the Manger game. Kids, you have to watch out for Santa’s watchful eye, but also watch out for the angel of merchandise, who’s keeping an eye on what’s under your tree.


Alien Comic’s Full Moon Show
2010, From a series of YouTube videos shot by Ethan Crenson in Patricia Sullivan’s studio. Tom Murrin aka the Alien Comic has been performing his Full Moon Shows celebrating the moon goddess Luna Macaroona since the mid-1970s. In this performance Murrin relates how he came to be a disciple of Luna Macaroona and how we in the laity can make ourselves receptive to her power. The full moon is coming soon! You can do anything that you think is a sincere ritual to Luna… dance around, beat the drums. Be sure you dress up like you’re going on your first date with Luna Macaroona. Soon you’ll be feeling the Lunar Essence showering over you.