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Background: Producciones Muerto ALF ("Dead ALF Productions" in Spanish) is a Spanish Horror Production and Distribution That is Founded in 1996. the first company was founded in 1989 as entitled "Producciones Muerto Gato Tom" ("Dead Tom Cat Productions" in Spanish) which the company was produced and distributed at the time before the name was changed.

Producciones Muerto Gato Tom[]

1st, possibly only logo

(October 1989-June 1996)

Warning Warning: Due to Logo’s gory content. photos and videos of the logo may NOT appear on site.

Visuals: In the dark room filled with scary stuff, we see Jerry walking slowly as he stares at the screen. he walks slower, and slower, and slower as he gets closer to his home. Jerry Mouse looked, and look, and looked as he looked at the tiny puddle of blood. he thinks it's just fruit punch juice that it spilled, but it's just something what he sees. the camera pans to see Tom (from Tom and Jerry) having his body lifeless with some little bit of blood. the text says "Producciones Muerto Gato Tom S.A." in white as where Jerry runs to him as he is dead. the footage freezes as soon as the logo gets to few seconds before it fades out.

Technique: All animation which it's done by the Spanish animator who did Tom and Jerry animation tests in Spain.

Trivia: This is an early concept of the logo before the logo changed its name.

Audio: The 1980's Industrial Records Video logo plays as it adds water dripping, spooky sounds, and some sound of the creepy nature. which the music went cut off.

Audio Variations:

  • On some few films, the logo is silent.
  • On some quite few films that is produced in 1990s, the opening of the movie plays instead of the original music.
  • On some films, the male announcer (from the promo of Video Colección) saying “Producciones Muerto Gato Tom S.A. presenta!” as the music keeps playing.

Availability: Uncommon. Seen on some horror movies that are from 1989 to 1996.

Legacy: before the name was changed to "Producciones Muerto ALF". the logo is seemingly to have gory content which before while Tom and Jerry were animated.

Producciones Muerto ALF[]

1st logo

(June 1996-February 1999)

Visuals: On a black background, we see the white text "PRODUCCIONES MUERTO ALF S.A." in arial font wipes in. Then the background turns into a cloud background with rainbow and sun on it, the text turns black as the text leads to be saying “presenta” on the bottom in the same font. the logo lasted for 21 seconds until it fades to black.

Technique: wiping and fading.

Audio: the 1989-1994 Krátký Film Praha, a.s. rainbow and cloud logo fanfare.

Availability: Seen on the horror movies that are released in Spain such as “The ALF” and “Open Wide, Chainsaw Madrid”.

2nd Logo

(February 1999-May 4, 2022)

Warning Warning: Due to Logo's Gory Content. Photo and Videos will be Not Allowed on Site

Visuals: There is an Image of ALF laying on a Floor with Drawn of Black and Dark Red Blood As He is Dead. With Words "PRODUCCIONES MUERTO ALF S.A." in Red in Times New Roman Font.

Technique: None. Logo Fades in and Out.


  • on US,UK and International Variants That Actual Spanish Text Replaced with English Text "Dead ALF Productions" exists.
  • On "Trial Nightmare" it is Put on Darker Effects in It.
  • On "The Black Cat" The Footage of Jubilee Productions Fading in Slowly And Fades Out.
  • On "Can't Be Death Strait" Alf Standing in Living Room Slowly Alive and It is Cut to Dead ALF.
  • on 2014 Film "The Death of MacGyver's Parents" Which it fades to Angus MacGyver.
  • On Spanish and UK Trailer of "The Evil" The Text is Still Brother Red.
  • On Trailer of "The Pits of Horrors 2" The In Association With is Right Here
  • On Spanish Version or "Pits of Horrors" The Dark Red Text is Seen.
  • on some variations on horror films at all times, the green blood in place of red ones exists.
  • short version exists.
  • on some variations on some few horror films, Willie's hands when he is about to pick ALF up exists which it adds the blood more shiner and possibly a little.
  • On the 20th Century Fox/Studios combination/collaboration films, the same logo is shown after the 20th Century Fox or 20th Century Studios logo.
  • On the Universal Pictures combination/collaboration films, same as previous variants.
  • On the German-Spanish collaboration with Dead Jerry Mouse Pictures, the logo fades out to this logo,
  • The darker version exists.
  • Closing variants exists, it can be used for the 2010s to current movies at this time.
  • On “Hazel: Parasitic Monster Hall”, the room was replaced with the black screen.

Audio: an Jubilee Productions Music.

Audio Variations:

  • On some airings and international DVD versions of The Creep of the Grave (which translated to English), the 1999 text in space logo (probably from Key Video) was heard instead due to the plastering error.
  • On international airings of Nightmares of the Monsters (translated in English), Altas International logo was heard due to reverse plastering error.
  • On some international airings of Zombies of Fire (translated into English), CBS Television Distribution's music was heard at the end of the film due to bad plastering error way after this logo was silent.
  • On some current Polish airings of Horror in Madrid (which translated into English), the Łódzkie Wiadomości Dnia's 1993 music was heard due to poor plastering error.
  • on the 2018 film “Espíritus Santos: El día de las pesadillas”, the song “Holy Ghost” by Legion was heard which along with the opening of the movie.
  • On some few films, the male announcer saying “Producciones Muerto ALF, presenta!” was heard.
  • On Spanish re-dubbed version of the 1980 German horror film “Nightmare at Cologne, Germany” (translated in English), the 1979 Dead Jerry Mouse Pictures possibly plays instead of the original music. due to the bad plastering error.
  • On the Spanish dubbing of the 1977 German film called “Nightmare When You’re Sleeping” (A horror film translated in English), the 1976 German Texas Pictures was heard due to reverse plastering error.
  • On the earlier Spanish DVD and television airings of the 1996 film “Open Wide, Chainsaw Madrid” and some re-releases of the films from 1996-1999, the first logo from 1996-1999 was heard instead of the 2nd logo due to the poor plastering error.
  • The logo is silent in the closing variants or among opening credits of the movie.

Availability: Seen on Spainsh Horror Films such as “Hazel: The First Blood” (translated in English) and “The Flames of the Desert” (translated in English).

Legacy: This logo is used to be a scary logo, due to it's gore content, while the dead animals were strong content. Throught this logo makes it even more scarier.

3rd Logo


Warning Warning: Like the 1st Logo due to the Logo's Gore and Violence, photo and video will be Not Allowed on Site Here

Nickname: "Animated ALF" "Gordon Shumway" "Worse Than 1st Puking Blood Films and Viacom V of Doom" "Poor Gordon!"

Logo: On a Outside of Fields We See POV of Gordon Shumway Had Been Look by Rick and Skip that Rick Says "hi Gordon!" in english or Spanish as He Wave at Him actually Gordon Shumway finished POV That Close Up Gordon Shumway Looking at Us and He's Ready to Puke his Own Blood as he's retching when hands hold his mouth and then skip and Rick runs away due to scaring at us So Gordon Shumway retches more and he pukes blood and he is dead Possibly Words "PRODUCCIONES MUERTO ALF S.A." In Red in Same Font and Actually Everything is Complete.

Technique: A Cartoon Animation.

Music/Sound: An Actual Synthesizer-Piano Theme Follow by Rick Says "Hi Gordon!" In English or Spanish Which Came Here and Then A Horror-Like Theme come from the Repeated Music of This Soundtrack Follow by Retching Sound from Gordon's and Then Skip and Rick Running and says "he's gonna blow!!!" In English or Spanish When Then Gordon Ready to Puke and He Pukes with Blood Splatters and The Last Part of Music is Jubilee Productions Music.

Availability: See the 1st Logo.

Legacy: The logo and the creepy sounds were already maked to do this logo scary. While it's still gore content are here below the logo.

4th Logo


Warning Warning: Due to the Logo's Gory Content, Videos of Logo Will Be Not Allowed on Site

Nickname: "The 2nd Place Goriest Reward" "WAIT! WHAT THE F**K IS THAT!!" "Dead Felix Video's Castilian Spainish Brother" "Ripped Apart Faced ALF" "Alien Life Video: the Spanish Way" "Beat That UK!: Spanish Edition" "Spanish's Most Disgusting Logo Ever!" "Beat That Viacom and KM Video" "That Gordon Shumway Ripped his Face Apart" "Ths Poor Melmacian Logo"

Logo: on a White Background We See a Ripped his Face Apart ALF (known as Gordon Shumway from ALF: The Animated Series) Standing up with Pool of Blood and Soaking his Shirt Wet as Usual (Possibly Melmacian A La Dead Felix Video (Russia)) Which the Red Text Says "Producciones Muerto" zooms in quickly Slowly Down which the The Text appears stops zooming in and then the image disappears and Which We See Text "ALF" Fades in when Background turn Black when That goes off and Then Blue Outlined Text Fades in as well which it few seconds until the Text zooms in.

Technique: The Text Zooming,the Flash and Zooming in.

Music/Sound: An KM Video Music it's High Pitched Due to the Using It's PAL Slowdown Which it uses Scare Factor.

Availability: See the 1st Logo and 2nd Logo.

Legacy: The reason of the logo is made to be very strong content, due to the high content below.

5th Logo

(December 2008-2018)

Warning Warning: Due to the Logo’s Gore and Violence. Photos and Videos Will Be Not Allowed on Site.

Nickname: “Dead ALF Returns” “Long Logo” That‘s Wall-E and Eve” “Who Did This, Colonel!?”, "Green Blood"

Logo: We Start at The Black Background, We See ALF (From 1986 TV Series) Panting in the Dark. He Starts Running at his Own Street and Rushes to Town. Alf Looks at it 34 Seconds. Later, We See WALL-E and Eve Are Later Crying Over. Eve opened the door and Saw ALF Laying Dead with a Pool of Green Blood. We See The Text “PRODUCCIONES MUERTO ALF S.A. Presenta“ in Red. Eve Says “I’ll Miss you, Alf“ in English or Spanish.

Technique: Actually 2D Animation.

Music/Sound: A Car Sound Follow By Alf Panting in the dark. Running Sound, Cricket Sound for 34 Seconds. Stabbing Sound Follow by Screaming Noise. Then, Sad Music followed by Wall-E And Eve Crying is Heard Follow by Door Opening Sound. Wall-E says “That poor guy!” In English or Spanish followed by Eve Saying “I’ll Miss You, Alf” in English or Spanish.

Availability: Seen on Spanish Horror Movies.

Legacy: Just because with the extreme gore content, we're made to make this logo absolutely removed here.

6th Logo


Warning Warning: Due to the Logo’s Gore and Violence. Photos and Videos Will Be Not There on Site.

Nickname: “Hypocritical Dead Logo” “Moley is Dead” “How About Martin Gates with Hypocritical” “Stupid Weasels!”

Logo: We See The Image of Moley (From Martin Gates’ The Wind In The Willows Collection) Laying Dead in The Boat Which with Blood On His Clothes, The Words “PRODUCCIONES MUERTO ALF S.A. Presenta” in Reddish-Orange with Bold Arial Font.

Technique: Just a Logo Fading In and Out.

Trivia: There is No ALF in This Logo.

Music/Sound: Possibly The 1964 Filmyug Music is Playing Throughout Dead Mr. Mole.

Availability: See The 1st and 4th Logo

Legacy: The logo is still on gore content, like the last logos. Until this logo is used to make gore content below.

7th Logo

(November 1999-March 29, 2022)

Nickname: ”Text In Space” “Key Video‘s Spanish Brother” “No Dead ALF”

Logo: Same as The 1983-1984 Key Video Logo But The Word “Key Video” is Replaced with “PRODUCCIONES MUERTO ALF S.A.”.

Technique: See The Logo.

Trivia: There is No Dead ALF In The Logo.

Music/Sound: Same as The 1983-1984 Key Video Logo.

Availability: See The 1st Logo.

8th logo

(January 2022-)

Warning Warning: Due to the Logo’s Gore and Violence. Photos and Videos Will not be able to shown on Site.

Nickname; “The second return of the dead ALF” “Green Blood II” “There’s no way that could be on new year, new logo” “One of the first place scariest movie awards in Spain” “ALF returns”

Logo: In the warehouse, we see ALF walking slowly in the dark when he saw the water dripping out of the ceiling. when he turned around, he saw the killer around the warehouse. he runs away but instead which causing him to get stabbed in the chest and neck multiple times, not as it shown which it’s just offscreen. the cat was shown outside the warehouse when it cleans its paw, then it cuts to ALF laying dead with a pool of green blood (since Melmacian’s blood color is green). the text “PRODUCCIONES MUERTO ALF S.A.” in different font, which the lights were still on before it went out to black.


  • Short version exists.
  • Darker version exists.
  • On “What’s to Call a Nightmare..” (translated in English), the killer is replaced with the villain which it’s from the movie.
  • On some few films, the different room exists.
  • Longer version exists.
  • On some most few films, the nighttime theme exists.

Technique: All CGI animated.

Music/Sound: The water dripping sound which followed by the sound of footsteps, as the noises of the killer’s laugh was heard when he turned around. ALF makes noises when he runs away follow by fast version of the footsteps, but the stabbing sounds and his scream was heard. then the cat meowing which followed by licking sounds when it cleans its paw, then the low-tempo rock guitar music was heard when the dead ALF is seen. then the electronic sounds (from HBO Independent Productions) were heard when the lights went out, and we hear ALF screaming, desperate panting, and crying which it’s against black background before the logo ends. ALF is voiced by the Castilian Spanish actor which who did in the dubbing of the 1986 American sitcom named “ALF”.

Music/Sound Variations:

  • In United States, Australia and UK version where ALF is voiced by the American puppeteer and voice actor Paul Fusco who is still working with the puppet, and the music is mixed with bass guitar at the following.
  • In Latin America, ALF is voiced by the Latin American actor who dubbed in the 1986 TV show by the following.
  • In German versions of the horror films, ALF was voiced by Tommi Piper who did the songs and the dubbing of the television series.
  • In some international versions, the rock guitar is low pitched.

Availability: Brand new. see the 1st logo.

Legacy: The logo is returned on gore content which at the following of the new logo being released in January 2022, which the creepy sounds and some screaming noises which it got worse than the 2nd logo.