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Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (1-Jul-2009)

Directors: Carlos Saldanha; Mike Thurmeier

Keywords: Comedy, Dinosaurs

Third entry in the Ice Age franchise sees Sid's buddies attempting to rescue him from an underground realm after hs is inadvertently abducted.

ABSTRACT
Second sequel to Ice Age (2002). Life seems to be looking up for our gang following the events of Ice Age: The Meltdown, with Scrat finding love and the promise of acorns, Manny and Ellie expecting a child together, and Diego seeking to inject a measure of excitement into his moribund life. The ever-hapless Sid's wishes for a family of his own see him abducted to a peculiar underground world after he pilfers a set of dinosaur eggs, however, forcing the crew to set out on an offbeat rescue mission to save their buddy from certain peril.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bill Hader
Actor
7-Jun-1978   Saturday Night Live
Queen Latifah
Rapper
18-Mar-1970   All Hail the Queen
Denis Leary
Comic
18-Aug-1957   Loud, smoking comic
John Leguizamo
Comic
22-Jul-1964   House of Buggin'
Jane Lynch
Actor
14-Jul-1960   Cheerleading coach on Glee
Josh Peck
Actor
10-Nov-1986   Drake and Josh
Simon Pegg
Actor
14-Feb-1970   Shaun of the Dead
Ray Romano
Comic
21-Dec-1957   Everybody Loves Raymond
Seann William Scott
Actor
3-Oct-1976   American Pie
Kristen Wiig
Actor
22-Aug-1973   Saturday Night Live

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