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Mrs. Doubtfire (24-Nov-1993)

Director: Chris Columbus

Writers: Randi Mayem Singer; Leslie Dixon

From novel: Alias Madame Doubtfire by Anne Fine

Music by: Howard Shore

Producers: Marsha Garces WIlliams; Robin Williams; Mark Radcliffe

Keywords: Comedy, Divorce, Child Custody Battle, Crossdressing, San Francisco

After Miranda divorces voice actor Daniel Hillard, a family court awards her full custody of their three children with only once-a-week visitation for Daniel. The love for his children great, Daniel disguises himself as elderly Scottish nanny Euphegenia Doubtfire, hired to provide day care for the children. While overall still funny, film is overly sentimental and its predictable humor is not aging well. Won Oscar for Best Makeup.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Pierce Brosnan
16-May-1951   Remington Steele, James Bond
Sally Field
6-Nov-1946   Steel Magnolias
Harvey Fierstein
6-Jun-1952   Torch Song Trilogy
Paul Guilfoyle
28-Apr-1949   Capt. Jim Brass on CSI
Anne Haney
4-Mar-1934 26-May-2001 Mrs. Doubtfire
Polly Holliday
2-Jul-1937   Somebody, kiss her grits already
Lisa Jakub
27-Dec-1978   Rambling Rose
Matthew Lawrence
11-Feb-1980   Actor-brother of Joey Lawrence
Martin Mull
18-Aug-1943   Fernwood Tonight
Rick Overton
10-Aug-1954   Earth Girls Are Easy
Robert Prosky
13-Dec-1930 8-Dec-2008 Pat Chase on Veronica's Closet
Robin Williams
21-Jul-1951 11-Aug-2014 Mork from Ork
Mara Wilson
24-Jul-1987   Matilda


Robin Williams   ...   Daniel Hillard / Mrs. Doubtfire
Sally Field   ...   Miranda Hillard
Pierce Brosnan   ...   Stu
Harvey Fierstein   ...   Frank
Polly Holliday   ...   Gloria
Lisa Jakub   ...   Lydia Hillard
Matthew Lawrence   ...   Chris Hillard
Mara Wilson   ...   Natalie Hillard
Robert Prosky   ...   Mr. Lundy
Anne Haney   ...   Mrs. Sellner
Scott Capurro   ...   Jack
Sydney Walker   ...   Bus Driver
Joe Bellan   ...   TV Boss
Martin Mull   ...   Justin Gregory
Terence McGovern   ...   ADR Director Lou
Karen Kahn   ...   Female Employee #1
Eva Gholson   ...   Female Employee #2
James Cunningham   ...   Male Employee
Ralph Peduto   ...   Cop
Scott Beach   ...   Judge
Juliette Marshall   ...   Miranda's Attorney
Drew Letchworth   ...   Daniel's Attorney
Jessica Myerson   ...   Miranda's Mother
Sharon Lockwood   ...   Alice
Jim Cullen   ...   Thug
Kenneth Loo   ...   Staring Boy #1
Jeff Loo   ...   Staring Boy #2
Betsy Monroe   ...   Stunning Woman
Joseph Narducci   ...   Delivery Boy
James S. Cranna   ...   Ron
Dr. Toad   ...   Bartender
Adele Proom   ...   Lundy's Secretary
Rick Overton   ...   Maitre D'
Dan Spencer   ...   Cook
Paul Guilfoyle   ...   Head Chef
Molly McClure   ...   Woman Housekeeper
Andrew L. Prosky   ...   TV Director
William Newman   ...   Mr. Sprinkles
Chris Pray   ...   Puppeteer
Geoff Bolt   ...   Lundy's Waiter
Dick Bright   ...   Stu's Waiter
Adam Bryant   ...   Man in Men's Room
Tavia Cathcart   ...   Tanya the Hostess
C. Beau Fitzsimons   ...   Valet #1
Jeff Moeller   ...   Valet #2
Benne Alder   ...   Woman in Restroom


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