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Year One (18-Jun-2009)

Director: Harold Ramis

Writers: Lee Eisenberg; Harold Ramis; Gene Stupnitsky

Keywords: Comedy

Two primal hunter-gatherers encounter a cast of Biblical characters after they are banished from their tribe.

ABSTRACT
Prehistoric hunter Zed is banished from his tribe after inadvertently eating from the mythical Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. Joined by bumbling gatherer Oh after he accidentally burns down his village, Zed sets out with his new pal on a quixotic journey through the desert, encountering Biblical characters such as Cain and Abel and locations like Sodom and Gomorrah all along their way.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Hank Azaria
Actor
25-Apr-1964   Moe and Apu on The Simpsons
Xander Berkeley
Actor
6-Dec-1958   Air Force One
Matt Besser
Actor
22-Sep-1967   Upright Citizens Brigade
Jack Black
Musician
28-Aug-1969   Half of Tenacious D
Gia Carides
Actor
7-Jun-1964   My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Michael Cera
Actor
7-Jun-1988   George-Michael Bluth on Arrested Development
David Cross
Actor
4-Apr-1964   Mr. Show with Bob and David
Kyle Gass
Musician
14-Jul-1960   Half of Tenacious D
Bill Hader
Actor
7-Jun-1978   Saturday Night Live
Vinnie Jones
Soccer
5-Jan-1965   Footballer turned actor
Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Actor
20-Jun-1989   Superbad
Oliver Platt
Actor
12-Jan-1960   Bartlet's lawyer on The West Wing
Harold Ramis
Comic
21-Nov-1944 24-Feb-2014 Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters
Horatio Sanz
Comic
4-Jun-1969   Yet another SNL fat guy
Paul Scheer
Actor
31-Jan-1976   Andre on The League, Human Giant
Juno Temple
Actor
21-Jul-1989   St. Trinian's
Olivia Wilde
Actor
10-Mar-1984   Skin

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