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Chicken Little (3-Nov-2005)

Director: Mark Dindal

Writer: (many)

Keywords: Juvenile/Comedy

A chicken infamous for proclaiming "the sky is falling!" must find a way to stave off Armageddon when the sky actually starts to fall.

ABSTRACT
Chicken Little, a young chicken infamous for needlessly scaring his community when he mistook a falling acorn for a piece of the sky, is on his way towards restoring his squandered reputation when the sky actually starts to fall. Now, working alongside a cast of offbeat animal friends, Chicken Little must try his best to spare his hometown from an alien invasion when his plans fall on deaf and skeptical ears.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Zach Braff
Actor
6-Apr-1975   Scrubs
Joan Cusack
Actor
11-Oct-1962   Grosse Pointe Blank
Don Knotts
Actor
21-Jul-1924 24-Feb-2006 Barney Fife on The Andy Griffith Show
Nathan Kress
Actor
18-Nov-1992   Freddie on iCarly
Anne Lockhart
Actor
6-Sep-1953   Lt. Sheba on Battlestar Galactica
Garry Marshall
Film Director
13-Nov-1934   Happy Days
Catherine O'Hara
Comic
4-Mar-1954   Delia in Beetlejuice
Amy Sedaris
Actor
29-Mar-1961   Strangers With Candy
Wallace Shawn
Actor
12-Nov-1943   Ate dinner with Andre
Harry Shearer
Comic
23-Dec-1943   Almost half the voices on The Simpsons
Patrick Stewart
Actor
13-Jul-1940   Captain Picard in Star Trek: TNG
Patrick Warburton
Actor
14-Nov-1964   Puddy on Seinfeld
Adam West
Actor
19-Sep-1928   Batman, Mayor of Quahog
Fred Willard
Actor
18-Sep-1933   Fernwood 2night
Steve Zahn
Actor
13-Nov-1968   Glenn in Out of Sight

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