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Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (21-Dec-2005)

Director: Adam Shankman

Writer: Sam Harper

From novel: Cheaper by the Dozen by Ernestine Gilbreth Carey and Frank Gilbreth, Jr.

Keywords: Comedy

Sequel to 2003's Cheaper by the Dozen follows the Baker clan as they head out on a dysfunctional vacation trip.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to Cheaper by the Dozen (2003). Fresh off a wild ride in Cheaper by the Dozen, Tom and Kate Baker decide to take their dozen children on a relaxing summer vacation to Lake Winnetka. Things turn sour when Tom runs into old foe Jimmy Murtaugh and bombshell wife Sarina, soon locked into a sophomoric tit-for-tat that sees both outsized families working to one-up each other at every turn.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jonathan Bennett
Actor
10-Jun-1981   Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning
Hilary Duff
Actor
28-Sep-1987   Manufactured pop star
Carmen Electra
Model
20-Apr-1972   Singled Out
Ben Falcone
Actor
25-Aug-1973   Howard on Joey
Bonnie Hunt
Actor
22-Sep-1961   Life with Bonnie
Kathryn Joosten
Actor
20-Dec-1939 2-Jun-2012 Karen McCluskey on Desperate Housewives
Jaime King
Actor
23-Apr-1979   White Chicks
Taylor Lautner
Actor
11-Feb-1992   The Adventures of Sharkboy
Eugene Levy
Comic
17-Dec-1946   Earl Camembert from SCTV
Shawn Levy
Film Director
23-Jul-1968   Night at the Museum
Steve Martin
Comic
14-Aug-1945   The Jerk
Piper Perabo
Actor
31-Oct-1976   Slap Her... She's French
Adam Shankman
Film Director
27-Nov-1964   Hairspray 2007
Jacob Smith
Actor
21-Jan-1990   Cheaper by the Dozen
Alyson Stoner
Actor
11-Aug-1993   Disney actress
Tom Welling
Actor
26-Apr-1977   Superboy on Smallville

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