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Legally Blonde (13-Jul-2001)

Director: Robert Luketic

Writers: Karen McCullah Lutz; Kirsten Smith

From novel: Legally Blonde by Amanda Brown

Keywords: Comedy, Harvard

Sorority babe Elle Woods, unceremoniously dumped by her boyfriend Warner as he enters Harvard Law School; he considers her an inappropriate match for a future Senator. Even though she has a 4.0 GPA (to be fair, it's in fashion design), apparently it's the blonde hair. Elle earns admission to the same law school and not only proves her mettle, but finds that law may be her true calling.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Allyce Beasley
Actor
6-Jul-1954   Agnes DiPesto on Moonlighting
Selma Blair
Actor
23-Jun-1972   A Dirty Shame
Linda Cardellini
Actor
25-Jun-1975   Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
Jennifer Coolidge
Actor
28-Aug-1961   Legally Blonde
Matthew Davis
Actor
8-May-1978   What About Brian
Victor Garber
Actor
16-Mar-1949   Jack Bristow on Alias
Ali Larter
Actor
28-Feb-1976   Final Destination
Tane McClure
Actor
8-Jun-1959   Actress/Daughter of Doug McClure
Kimberly McCullough
Actor
5-Mar-1978   Robin Scorpio on General Hospital
James Read
Actor
31-Jul-1953   North & South
Holland Taylor
Actor
14-Jan-1943   The Naked Truth
Alanna Ubach
Actor
3-Oct-1975   Beakman's World
Raquel Welch
Actor
5-Sep-1940   Cocktail waitress turned 60s sexpot
Luke Wilson
Actor
21-Sep-1971   Owen Wilson's handsome brother
Reese Witherspoon
Actor
22-Mar-1976   Legally Blonde

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