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Cast Away (7-Dec-2000)

Director: Robert Zemeckis

Writer: William Broyles, Jr.

Keywords: Drama, Airplane Crash, Mystery Package

A FedEx employee marooned on a remote island following a plane crash must fight to survive and make his way back to civilization.

ABSTRACT
White-collar success-obsessed FedEx systems analyst Chuck Noland lives in Memphis, Tennessee with long-term girlfriend Kelly Frears, maintaining a mutual desire to get married that always seems to be interrupted by his hectic work schedule. Chuck's troubles back home suddenly seem as far away as his ultimate destination when he is sent to Malaysia to resolve a company problem around Christmas, eventually forced to spend years fending for himself on a deserted island with nothing but a volleyball named "Wilson" for companionship when his plane crashes somewhere near Fiji.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Hanks
Actor
9-Jul-1956   Forrest Gump
Elden Henson
Actor
30-Aug-1977   Idle Hands
Helen Hunt
Actor
15-Jun-1963   As Good As It Gets
Jenifer Lewis
Actor
25-Jan-1957   The Preacher's Wife
Nan Martin
Actor
15-Jul-1927 4-Mar-2010 The Drew Carey Show
Chris Noth
Actor
13-Nov-1954   Mr. Big on Sex and the City
Nick Searcy
Actor
7-Mar-1959   Art Mullen on Justified
Frederick W. Smith
Business
11-Aug-1944   Founder and CEO of Federal Express

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