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Soul Men (7-Nov-2008)

Director: Malcolm D. Lee

Writers: Robert Ramsey; Matthew Stone

Keywords: Comedy

Two soul-singing icons attempt to bury the hatchet to perform a show in honor of their recently-deceased bandleader.

ABSTRACT
Soul legend Marcus Hooks passes away without warning, prompting VH1 to seek out esteemed former backup singers Floyd Henderson and Louis Hinds out for the purposes of a reunion concert to honor his legacy. The pair, estranged for two decades thanks to a host of philosophical differences, agree to reunite for a major date at the historic Apollo Theater, embarking on a comedic journey marked by their battles with age, sparring personalities, and wildly-conflicting priorities in life.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jennifer Coolidge
Actor
28-Aug-1961   Legally Blonde
Ken Davitian
Actor
19-Jun-1953   Borat: Cultural Leanings
Mike Epps
Actor
18-Nov-1970   Next Friday
Isaac Hayes
Musician
20-Aug-1942 10-Aug-2008 Theme from Shaft
Sean Hayes
Actor
26-Jun-1970   Jack McFarland on Will & Grace
Randy Jackson
TV Personality
23-Jun-1956   American Idol judge
Samuel L. Jackson
Actor
21-Dec-1948   Pulp Fiction
Sharon Leal
Actor
17-Oct-1972   Marilyn Sudor on Boston Public
John Legend
Musician
28-Dec-1978   Get Lifted
Bernie Mac
Comic
5-Oct-1957 9-Aug-2008 The Bernie Mac Show
Soledad O'Brien
Journalist
19-Sep-1966   CNN newscaster
Vanessa del Rio
Pornstar
31-Mar-1952   Deep Inside Vanessa del Rio

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