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Kung Fu Panda (15-May-2008)

Directors: Mark Osborne; John Stevenson

Writers: Jonathan Aibel; Glenn Berger; Ethan Reiff; Cyrus Voris

Keywords: Comedy

A kung fu-idolizing obese pands must work against long odds to realize his pipe dreams when an ancient prophecy anoints him as the savior of his village.

ABSTRACT
Po, a hapless anthropomorphic panda, spends his days working in his family's noodle shop in an ancient Chinese village and dreaming of becoming a master of kung fu. Opportunity unexpectedly knocks in the form of ancient prophecy naming Po as the savior of his community amidst calamitous times, forcing the oversized bear to train alongside five kung fu experts to prevent a mythical snow leopard from laying waste to his humble town.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Black
Musician
28-Aug-1969   Half of Tenacious D
Jackie Chan
Actor
7-Apr-1954   Martial arts star, did his own stunts
David Cross
Actor
4-Apr-1964   Mr. Show with Bob and David
Michael Clarke Duncan
Actor
10-Dec-1957 3-Sep-2012 The Green Mile
Kyle Gass
Musician
14-Jul-1960   Half of Tenacious D
Dustin Hoffman
Actor
8-Aug-1937   The Graduate
James Hong
Actor
22-Feb-1929   Indeed!
Angelina Jolie
Actor
4-Jun-1975   Tomb Raider
Laura Kightlinger
Comic
13-Jun-1969   Comedienne
Wayne Knight
Actor
7-Aug-1955   Newman on Seinfeld
Lucy Liu
Actor
2-Dec-1968   Ling on Ally McBeal
Ian McShane
Actor
29-Sep-1942   Lovejoy
Seth Rogen
Actor
15-Apr-1982   Knocked Up

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