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Escape from Planet Earth (15-Feb-2013)

Director: Callan Brunker

Writers: Bob Barlen; Callan Brunker; Cory Edwards; Tony Leech

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy

An alien astronaut must find a way out of his perilous circumstances when he foolishly responds to an SOS call from a dangerous planet.

ABSTRACT
Sorch Supernova, a famous astronaut on Planet Baab, returns home from a mission to rescue captured babies from an enemy species to a request to respond to an SOS call originating from the notorious "Dark Planet". When he responds to the call despite protests from his friends and family, he finds himself on modern-day Earth, tasked with avoiding overzealous humans who seek to capture alien lifeforms.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jessica Alba
Actor
28-Apr-1981   Dark Angel
Rob Corddry
Comic
4-Feb-1971   The Daily Show
Brendan Fraser
Actor
3-Dec-1968   The Mummy
Ricky Gervais
Actor
25-Jun-1961   The Office
George Lopez
Comic
23-Apr-1961   Stand-up comic, George Lopez Show
Jane Lynch
Actor
14-Jul-1960   Cheerleading coach on Glee
Sarah Jessica Parker
Actor
25-Mar-1965   Carrie on Sex and the City
Chris Parnell
Actor
5-Feb-1967   Saturday Night Live
Paul Scheer
Actor
31-Jan-1976   Andre on The League, Human Giant
William Shatner
Actor
22-Mar-1931   Captain Kirk on Star Trek
Sofia Vergara
Actor
10-Jul-1972   Gloria on Modern Family
Steve Zahn
Actor
13-Nov-1968   Glenn in Out of Sight

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