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National Treasure: Book of Secrets (13-Dec-2007)

Director: Jon Turteltaub

Writers: Ted Elliott; Terry Rossio; Cormac Wibberley; Marianne Wibberley

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Treasure Hunt, POTUS, Washington DC

A newly uncovered, long-missing page of John Wilkes Booth diary seems to implicate an ancestor of treasure-hunter Ben Gates in Lincoln's assassination. But a Playfair cipher exposed on the reverse of the page is the first of several clues -- all of which are in comically inaccessible locations -- that seem to point to a legendary (and quite preposterous) Precolumbian "city of gold." Lots of action and a villain.

Sequel to National Treasure (2004).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Justin Bartha
Actor
21-Jul-1978   National Treasure
Brent Briscoe
Actor
21-May-1961   A Simple Plan
Ty Burrell
Actor
22-Aug-1967   Phil Dunphy on Modern Family
Nicolas Cage
Actor
7-Jan-1964   Leaving Las Vegas
Alicia Coppola
Actor
12-Apr-1968   Mimi Clark on Jericho
Bruce Greenwood
Actor
12-Aug-1956   Dr. Griffin on St. Elsewhere
Joel Gretsch
Actor
20-Dec-1963   Tom Baldwin on The 4400
Ed Harris
Actor
28-Nov-1950   The Rock
Harvey Keitel
Actor
13-May-1939   Pimp from Taxi Driver
Diane Kruger
Actor
15-Jul-1976   Helen of Troy
Helen Mirren
Actor
26-Jul-1945   Prime Suspect
Brad Rowe
Actor
15-May-1970   Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss
Randy Travis
Country Musician
4-May-1959   Country music artist, has 25 top ten hits
Jon Voight
Actor
29-Dec-1938   Midnight Cowboy

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