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Open Season (29-Sep-2006)

Directors: Roger Allers; Jill Culton; Anthony Stacchi

Writers: Steve Bencich; Ron J. Friedman

Keywords: Juvenile

A grizzly bear stranded in the woods just days before the start of Open Season forms a friendship with a mule deer, determined to fight back against hunters.

Boog is a 900-pound domesticated grizzly bear, happy with his life entertaining guests of a resort town's nature show. An encounter with mule deer Elliot, a fast-talking young buck brought into town by nutball hunter Shaw, leaves the pair stranded in the woods when Elliot encourages Boog to embrace his wild nature and gets him sent to the wilderness; now, with three days to go before the start of Open Season, our anthropomorphic duo must convince a number of woodland creatures to join them in their quest to fight back against trigger-happy hunters.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Blessing
29-Jul-1951   Mr. Donner on The Naked Truth
Billy Connolly
24-Nov-1942   Scottish comedian
Georgia Engel
28-Jul-1948   Georgette on Mary Tyler Moore
Jon Favreau
19-Oct-1966   Swingers
Jane Krakowski
11-Oct-1968   Jenna Maroney on 30 Rock
Ashton Kutcher
7-Feb-1978   Kelso on That '70s Show
Martin Lawrence
16-Apr-1965   Martin
Jack McGee
2-Feb-1949   Chief Jerry Reilly on Rescue Me
Debra Messing
15-Aug-1968   Grace on Will & Grace
Gary Sinise
17-Mar-1955   Det. Taylor on CSI: NY
Patrick Warburton
14-Nov-1964   Puddy on Seinfeld


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