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Over the Hedge (29-Apr-2006)

Directors: Tim Johnson; Karey Kirkpatrick

Writer: (Many)

Keywords: Juvenile/Comedy

An anthropomorphic con-artist raccoon leads a gang of animals in raiding food discarded by recently-arrived suburban sprawl.

ABSTRACT
A gang of computer-animated rambunctious forest creatures exit their annual period of hibernation to find a new suburban housing development existing perilously close to their beloved woods, complete with wasteful upper-middle class humans discarding large amounts of food. Emboldened by traveling raccoon huckster RJ, the group -- led by a turtle named Verne -- declares open season on human refuse, embarking on a journey to scavenge for precious food while avoiding their new neighbors all along the way.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Carell
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16-Aug-1962   Office manager at Dunder-Mifflin
Thomas Haden Church
Actor
17-Jun-1960   Lowell Mather on Wings
Allison Janney
Actor
19-Nov-1959   C. J. Cregg on The West Wing
Avril Lavigne
Singer
27-Sep-1984   Manufactured pop star
Eugene Levy
Comic
17-Dec-1946   Earl Camembert from SCTV
Nick Nolte
Actor
8-Feb-1941   48 Hours
Catherine O'Hara
Comic
4-Mar-1954   Delia in Beetlejuice
Garry Shandling
Comic
29-Nov-1949   Larry Sanders
William Shatner
Actor
22-Mar-1931   Captain Kirk on Star Trek
Brian Stepanek
Actor
6-Feb-1971   Arwin on The Suite Life
Wanda Sykes
Comic
7-Mar-1964   Wanda at Large
Bruce Willis
Actor
19-Mar-1955   Die Hard
Debra Wilson
Comic
26-Apr-1970   MADtv
Ariel Winter
Actor
28-Jan-1998   Alex Dunphy on Modern Family

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