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Three Men and a Little Lady
     

Three Men and a Little Lady

Director: Emile Ardolino

Cast: Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, Ted Danson

 

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Emile Ardolino directed this treacly sequel to Three Men and a Baby. The middle-aged trio of doting fathers -- Peter the architect (Tom Selleck), Michael the cartoonist (Steve Guttenberg) and Jack the actor (Ted Danson) -- have returned, sublimating their swinging bachelor instincts in order to raise 5-year-old Mary (Robin Weisman). The child of Jack and Sylvia

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Emile Ardolino directed this treacly sequel to Three Men and a Baby. The middle-aged trio of doting fathers -- Peter the architect (Tom Selleck), Michael the cartoonist (Steve Guttenberg) and Jack the actor (Ted Danson) -- have returned, sublimating their swinging bachelor instincts in order to raise 5-year-old Mary (Robin Weisman). The child of Jack and Sylvia (Nancy Travis), Mary was abandoned by Sylvia in the foyer of the boys' apartment house in the first film. In five years, Mary has grown from a diaper-filling infant to a cute kid who insists that the guys sing rap songs to her before she goes to bed. Sylvia now also lives with the bachelors as she pursues a promising Broadway career. Peter, Michael, and Jack dote on the moppet and parenthood has rarely seemed more idyllic. But Sylvia once again disrupts their placid existence. Accepting the marriage proposal of British director and surly cad Edward (Christopher Cazenove), she announces that she and Mary are going to move to England, leaving the boys high and dry. When it turns out that Edward is secretly planning to ship Mary away to a boarding school after the marriage, the three guys race frantically to disrupt Sylvia's wedding.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/02/2002
UPC:
0786936170061
Original Release:
1990
Rating:
PG
Source:
Walt Disney Video

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Selleck Peter Mitchell
Steve Guttenberg Michael Kellam
Ted Danson Jack Holden
Nancy Travis Sylvia
Robin Weisman Mary Bennington
Christopher Cazenove Edward
Sheila Hancock Vera
Fiona Shaw Miss Lomax
Jonathan Lynn Vicar Hewitt
Lynne Marta Morgan School Teacher
Everett Wong 1st Boy
Edwina Moore Dr. Robinson
Rosalind Allen Pretty Girl
Edith Fields Mrs. Heard
Patricia Gaul Mrs. Walker
Neil Hunt Wilfred Blair
Melissa Hurley Dancing Girl at Party
Lucia Neal Party Lady
Bryan Pringle Old Englishman
Darcy Pulliam Waitress
Ian Redford English Farmer
Charles David Richards Stagehand
Mary Selway Actor
Leona Shaw Actor
Ilene Starger Actor
Steven L. Vaughn Usher
Sidney Walsh Laurie
Jonathan Boswall Barrow, Butler

Technical Credits
Emile Ardolino Director
Adam Greenberg Cinematographer
John Caglione Makeup
Robert W. Cort Co-producer
Denise de Clue Screenwriter
Paul Deason Production Designer
Doug Drexler Makeup
Kevin Falls Screenwriter
Ted Field Co-producer
Jonathan Filley Production Designer
Louise Frogley Costumes/Costume Designer
Antoinette Gordon Set Decoration/Design
David M. Haber Art Director
James Newton Howard Score Composer
Tim Kazurinsky Screenwriter
Jean-Francois Lepetit Producer
Joseph Loeb Screenwriter
Neil Machlis Co-producer
Josann McGibbon Screenwriter
Marty Paich Musical Direction/Supervision
Sara Parriott Screenwriter
Charlie Peters Screenwriter
Richard Ratliff Special Effects
Michael A. Stevenson Editor
Matthew Weisman Screenwriter
Vincent Winter Production Manager
Stuart Wurtzel Production Designer

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