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Mr. Peabody & Sherman (7-Feb-2014)

Director: Rob Minkoff

Writers: Ben Garant; Thomas Lennon; Craig Wright

Keywords: Comedy, Dog

Juvenile sci-fi flick details the adventures of a time-traveling anthropomorphic dog and his adopted son.

Mr. Peabody, a hyper-intelligent dog enjoying a career as an Olympic medalist, captain of industry, and noted scientist thanks to his advanced genetics, intends to use his magnum opus of all personal inventions -- the time-traveling WABAC Machine -- alongside adopted son Sherman to experience some of the finest events Earth's past has to offer. When the pair break a rule of time travel and inadvertently indulge themselves in a dangerous paradox, however, they are forced to work quickly to repair their now-damaged timeline to save Earth's future, a quandary further complicated by challenges Mr. Peabody faces as the unlikeliest of fathers.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lake Bell
24-Mar-1979   Surface
Mel Brooks
Film Director
28-Jun-1926   Blazing Saddles
Ty Burrell
22-Aug-1967   Phil Dunphy on Modern Family
Stephen Colbert
Talk Show Host
13-May-1964   The Colbert Report
Ben Garant
14-Sep-1970   Travis Junior on Reno 911!
Dennis Haysbert
2-Jun-1954   President David Palmer on 24
Allison Janney
19-Nov-1959   C. J. Cregg on The West Wing
Thomas Lennon
9-Aug-1970   Reno 911!, The State
Leslie Mann
26-Mar-1972   George of the Jungle
Stephen Tobolowsky
30-May-1951   Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day
Stanley Tucci
11-Jan-1960   Joe Gould's Secret
Steve Valentine
26-Oct-1966   Nigel Townsend on Crossing Jordan
Patrick Warburton
14-Nov-1964   Puddy on Seinfeld
Ariel Winter
28-Jan-1998   Alex Dunphy on Modern Family


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