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Lilo & Stitch (16-Jun-2002)

Directors: Dean DeBlois; Chris Sanders

Writers: Dean DeBlois; Chris Sanders

Keywords: Juvenile

A young Hawaiian girl adopts and befriends a dog-like pet on the run from extraterrestrial law enforcement.

Somewhere in parts of the universe unknown to us Earthlings exists a mad scientist by the name of Jumba Jookiba, creating genetic "experiments" that draw the ire and, ultimately, legal attention of the Galactic Federation's Grand Council. Sentenced to jail with an order for his experiments to be rounded up, Jookiba's greatest and most precocious creation -- Experiment #626 -- escapes, stealing a police cruiser, crash-landing on Earth, and ending up in the possession of a Hawaiian girl named Lilo as a pet named "Stitch". Now, Lilo must keep her new friend safe from intergalactic police as she attempts to keep her dysfunctional family together on a peaceful island in the Pacific.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rodger Bumpass
1-Jan-1951   Voice of Squidward Tentacles
Zoe Caldwell
14-Sep-1933   The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Tia Carrere
2-Jan-1967   Wayne's World
Daveigh Chase
24-Jul-1990   Lilo & Stitch
Jason Scott Lee
19-Nov-1966   The Jungle Book
Kevin McDonald
16-May-1961   The Kids in the Hall
Ving Rhames
12-May-1959   Marsellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction
Kevin Michael Richardson
25-Oct-1964   The Cleveland Show
Kath Soucie
20-Feb-1967   Rugrats
David Ogden Stiers
31-Oct-1942   Maj. Winchester on M*A*S*H


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