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The Book of Life (2-Oct-2014)

Director: Jorge R. Gutierrez

Writers: Jorge R. Gutierrez; Douglas Langdale

Keywords: Juvenile/Comedy, Halloween

Children attending a museum tour hear a wild and whimsical story about the creation of the world as imagined by Mexican folklore.

ABSTRACT
Schoolchildren enjoying a field trip to a museum are invited on a secret tour about Mexican folklore by guard Mary Beth, who leads them into a room containing a creation fable called The Book of Life. A colorful, whimsical tale of two Mexican gods in the town of San Angel follows, focusing on several young children as they struggle to balance their families' wishes for their futures with their own desires in a time of great calamity and upheaval.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carlos Alazraqui
Actor
20-Jul-1962   Deputy Garcia on Reno 911!
Christina Applegate
Actor
25-Nov-1971   Married with Children
Ice Cube
Rapper
15-Jun-1969   N.W.A., Boyz N the Hood
Guillermo del Toro
Film Director
9-Oct-1964   Hellboy
Grey DeLisle
Singer/Songwriter
24-Aug-1973   Singer and voice actress
Placido Domingo
Singer
21-Jan-1941   Tenorissimo!
Hector Elizondo
Actor
22-Dec-1936   Dr. Neven Bell on Monk
Gabriel Iglesias
Comic
15-Jul-1976   Fluffy comic
Diego Luna
Actor
29-Dec-1979   Y tu Mamá También
Cheech Marin
Actor
13-Jul-1946   The stoned half of Cheech and Chong
Ron Perlman
Actor
13-Apr-1950   Hellboy
Zoe Saldana
Actor
19-Jun-1978   Avatar and Star Trek
Miguel Sandoval
Actor
16-Nov-1951   D.A. Manuel Devalos on Medium
Channing Tatum
Model
26-Apr-1980   Model for Mountain Dew soda
Danny Trejo
Actor
16-May-1944   Ex-con turned character actor

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