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How the Grinch Stole Christmas (8-Nov-2000)

Director: Ron Howard

Writers: Jeffrey Price; Peter S. Seaman

From novel: How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss (juvenile story)

Keywords: Juvenile/Fantasy, Christmas

Live-action retelling of the Dr. Seuss story of the same name tells a tale of a green creature intent on ruining Christmas in a whimsical land.

ABSTRACT
Remake of How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966). Veteran comic Jim Carrey dresses up in green-face to take center stage as the Grinch in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, a live-action adaptation of the Dr. Seuss seasonal classic of the same name that follows the much-reviled monster with a heart two sizes too small as he learns a lesson about the reason for the season in the process of attempting to ruin it.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Christine Baranski
Actor
2-May-1952   Mary Sunshine in Chicago
Jim Carrey
Actor
17-Jan-1962   Rubber-faced fartsmith
Anthony Hopkins
Actor
31-Dec-1937   Hannibal Lecter
Bryce Dallas Howard
Actor
2-Mar-1981   The Village
Clint Howard
Actor
20-Apr-1959   Ice Cream Man
Rance Howard
Actor
17-Nov-1928   Father of Ron Howard, Clint Howard
Bill Irwin
Actor
11-Apr-1950   My Blue Heaven
Taylor Momsen
Actor
26-Jul-1993   Gossip Girl
Deep Roy
Actor
1-Dec-1957   Dwarf Indian actor
Molly Shannon
Comic
16-Sep-1964   Saturday Night Live
Mindy Sterling
Actor
11-Jul-1953   Frau Farbissina in Austin Powers
Jeffrey Tambor
Actor
8-Jul-1944   Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show
T. J. Thyne
Actor
7-Mar-1975   Dr. Jack Hodgins on Bones
Verne Troyer
Actor
1-Jan-1969   Mini-Me
Frank Welker
Actor
16-Feb-1945   Voice actor, Transformers

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