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Hit and Run (2-Aug-2012)

Directors: David Palmer; Dax Shepard

Writer: Dax Shepard

Keywords: Action/Comedy, Witness Protection

An ex-criminal enrolled in the American government's witness protection program jeopardizes his cover to help his girlfriend get to Los Angeles, leading to predictably-awful results.

Charlie Bronson, an ex-gangster under the supervision of hapless U.S. Marshal Randy Anderson in the American government's witness protection program, is living a new and docile life in central California with girlfriend Annie Bean, a college professor and doctorate holder in "Non-Violent Conflict Resolution", when a job offer for her in Los Angeles comes calling one fateful day. Not wanting Annie to miss out on a great career opportunity, Charlie agrees to drive her out there despite the terms of his protection program forbidding him from doing so, attracting the attention of his old gang in the process after a crooked cop outs his former identity to an old associate.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Agee
26-Feb-1969   The Sarah Silverman Program
Tom Arnold
6-Mar-1959   Ex-Husband of Roseanne Barr
Jason Bateman
14-Jan-1969   Arrested Development
Kristen Bell
18-Jul-1980   Veronica Mars
Beau Bridges
9-Dec-1941   The Fabulous Baker Boys
Joy Bryant
19-Oct-1976   Get Rich or Die Tryin'
Kristin Chenoweth
24-Jul-1968   Annabeth Schott on The West Wing
Bradley Cooper
5-Jan-1975   Will Tippin on Alias
Sean Hayes
26-Jun-1970   Jack McFarland on Will & Grace
David Koechner
24-Aug-1962   SNL alumnus, character actor
Michael Rosenbaum
11-Jul-1972   Lex Luthor on Smallville
Dax Shepard
2-Jan-1975   Crosby Braverman on Parenthood


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