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The 6th Day (28-Oct-2000)

Director: Roger Spottiswoode

Writers: Cormac Wibberley; Marianne Wibberley

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Action/Adventure, Clones

A man's chance encounter with an exact clone of himself leads to his uncovering a conspiracy entailing clone-led world domination.

ABSTRACT
Adam Gibson, a pilot charged with flying cloning company executive Michael Drucker out to a ski trip in a near-future world where human cloning is a process rather close to perfection, arrives home after the trip to find an exact clone of himself with his family. Befuddled as to how he could have been cloned even though he had to submit to blood and eye tests to "verify his aptitude" in the process of signing on as Drucker's pilot, Gibson is thrust into a rather frightening situation, uncovering a conspiracy to take over the world with clones that he must work to neutralize after he is attacked by agents of the Drucker-led company responsible for his surreptitious cloning.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Bacic
Actor
13-Mar-1965   Telemachus Rhade on Andromeda
Terry Crews
Actor
30-Jul-1968   Everybody Hates Chris
Wendy Crewson
Actor
9-May-1956   Night Heat
Don S. Davis
Actor
4-Aug-1942 29-Jun-2008 Lt. Gen. Hammond on Stargate SG-1
Robert Duvall
Actor
5-Jan-1931   Tom Hagen in The Godfather
Tony Goldwyn
Actor
20-May-1960   From the Earth to the Moon
Christopher Lawford
Actor
29-Mar-1955   All My Children
Michael Rapaport
Actor
20-Mar-1970   Zebrahead
Michael Rooker
Actor
6-Apr-1955   Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Actor
30-Jul-1947   Governor of California, 2003-11
Sarah Wynter
Actor
15-Feb-1973   Kate Warner on 24

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