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Free Birds (26-Sep-2013)

Director: Jimmy Hayward

Writers: Jimmy Hayward; Scott Mosier; David I. Stern; John J. Strauss

Keywords: Comedy, Thanksgiving, Time Travel

Two anthropomorphic turkeys blast off on a time-traveling mission to permanently alter Thanksgiving traditions.

ABSTRACT
Reggie, a turkey whose attempts to save his farm-based brethren from oblivion resulted in his "pardoning" by the President and subsequent easy life at Camp David, is kidnapped by Turkeys Liberation Front president Jake and instructed to accompany him on a journey in an egg-shaped time machine. From there, the pair find themselves jetting off to 1621, aiming to disrupt colonial-era Thanksgiving festivities with the goal of forever removing turkey from the menu in mind.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carlos Alazraqui
Actor
20-Jul-1962   Deputy Garcia on Reno 911!
Robert Beltran
Actor
19-Nov-1953   Chakotay on Star Trek: Voyager
Danny Carey
Drummer
10-May-1961   Drummer for Tool
Keith David
Actor
4-Jun-1956   DCI in Agent Cody Banks
Woody Harrelson
Actor
23-Jul-1961   Woody from Cheers
Dwight Howard
Basketball
8-Dec-1985   Houston Rockets center
Colm Meaney
Actor
30-May-1953   Transporter Chief O'Brien in Star Trek: TNG
Amy Poehler
Actor
16-Sep-1971   Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation
Carlos Ponce
Singer
4-Sep-1972   Escúchame
George Takei
Actor
20-Apr-1937   Sulu on Star Trek
Owen Wilson
Actor
18-Nov-1968   Zoolander

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