|Directed by||Gorman Bechard|
|Produced by||Gorman Bechard |
|Written by||Gorman Bechard|
|Music by||Michael Bernard|
|Edited by||Joe Keiser|
|Distributed by||Beyond Infinity|
Eoj (Carmine Capobianco), an sentient vegetable alien who wins a grand prize from a game show on his home planet of Crowak. The prize is an two week expenses paid trip to Earth. Eoj somewhat resembles a broccoli, but he has shape shifting abilities.
After a televised press conference featuring Eoj, the mob decides to capture the alien and force it to aid in the commission of crimes, while a group of rednecks decide Eoj is communist and must be killed. 
Carmine Capobianco .......... Eoj
Debi Thibeault .............. Hildy
Frank Stewart ............... Waldo
Ruth Collins ............ Dr. Ruth Pepper
TV Guide found little worthwhile in the movie, stating that it "awful mix of puns, bargain-basement production values, and muddled plot lines, GALACTIC GIGOLO is truly wretched. Tasteless, stupid jokes abound, and the" editing philosophy left much to be desired. Creature Feature gave the movie 1.5 out of 5 stars, also finding little redeeming in the movie. 
- "Galactic Gigolo". NY Times. Retrieved 2 October 2014.
- "Galactic Gigolo (1987)". IMDB. Retrieved 2 October 2014.
- Stanley, J (2000) Creature Feature:3rd Edition