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9 (19-Aug-2009)

Director: Shane Acker

Writers: Shane Acker; Pamela Pettler

Score by: Deborah Lurie

Producers: Jim Lemley; Tim Burton; Timur Bekmambetov; Dana Ginsburg

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Explosions

A self-aware doll awakens in a dystopian hellscape, imbued with knowledge required to restore humanity's bygone glory.

An ages-old hand-stitched doll with the number "9" scrawled on its back comes to life, self-aware, in a post-apocalyptic world decimated by a total war between man and machines. Discovering other self-aware dolls just like him with different numbers appearing on their backs, "9" takes up arms against the would-be machine overlords bent on destroying his kind and what remains of humanity, using information contained in a disk on his person as part of a quest to restore mankind to its place atop the world's perch.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jennifer Connelly
12-Dec-1970   Betty Ross in The Hulk
Crispin Glover
20-Apr-1964   Rubin and Ed
Tom Kane
15-Apr-1962   Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Martin Landau
20-Jun-1931   Mission: Impossible, Space 1999
Christopher Plummer
13-Dec-1929   A Beautiful Mind
John C. Reilly
24-May-1965   Boogie Nights
Elijah Wood
28-Jan-1981   Frodo Baggins in Lord of the Rings


Elijah Wood   ...   #9 (voice)
John C. Reilly   ...   #5 (voice)
Jennifer Connelly   ...   #7 (voice)
Christopher Plummer   ...   #1 (voice)
Crispin Glover   ...   #6 (voice)
Martin Landau   ...   #2 (voice)
Fred Tatasciore   ...   #8 (voice)
Alan Oppenheimer   ...   Scientist (voice)
Tom Kane   ...   Dictator (voice)
Fred Tatasciore   ...   Radio Announcer (voice)
Helen Wilson   ...   News Caster (voice)


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