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Herbie: Fully Loaded (24-Jun-2005)

Director: Angela Robinson

Writers: Thomas Lennon; Ben Garant; Alfred Gough; Miles Millar; Mark Perez

Keywords: Juvenile/Comedy, Auto Racing

Fifth entry in the Herbie film franchise follows one young woman's experiences with the famous talking car.

Fourth sequel to The Love Bug (1968). Maggie Peyton, a young woman and third-generation member of a NASCAR family discouraged from carrying on their tradition by cautious father Ray, receives famous talking Volkswagen Beetle Herbie as a present upon her graduation from college. Though Ray has desired a future outside motorsports for his daughter ever since her hospitalization following a street racing accident, Herbie appears to have different plans in mind, drawing his new owner away from a job with ESPN to race in America's premier level of stock-car competition.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mark Deklin
3-Dec-1967   Blake Reilly on GCB
Matt Dillon
18-Feb-1964   Drugstore Cowboy
Ben Garant
14-Sep-1970   Travis Junior on Reno 911!
Jeff Gordon
Auto Racing
4-Aug-1971   Four-time Winston Cup winner
Cheryl Hines
21-Sep-1965   Curb Your Enthusiasm
Dale Jarrett
Auto Racing
26-Nov-1956   Three-time Daytona 500 winner
Jimmie Johnson
Auto Racing
17-Sep-1975   NASCAR racer
Michael Keaton
9-Sep-1951   Batman
Thomas Lennon
9-Aug-1970   Reno 911!, The State
Lindsay Lohan
2-Jul-1986   Mean Girls
Justin Long
2-Jun-1978   Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
Breckin Meyer
7-May-1974   Road Trip
Jill Ritchie
5-Mar-1974   D.E.B.S.
Stuart Scott
Sports Journalist
19-Jul-1965   ESPN Sportscaster
Jimmi Simpson
21-Nov-1975   Lloyd Lowery on Breakout Kings
Tony Stewart
Auto Racing
20-May-1971   2002 and 2005 Winston Cup champion


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