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3 Men and a Little Lady (21-Nov-1990)

Director: Emile Ardolino

Writers: Sara Parriott; Josann McGibbon; Charlie Peters

Music by: James Newton Howard

Producers: Ted Field; Robert W. Cort

Keywords: Comedy

Remake of Three Men and a Cradle (1985).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Christopher Cazenove
17-Dec-1945 7-Apr-2010 English character actor
Ted Danson
29-Dec-1947   Bartender on Cheers
Steve Guttenberg
24-Aug-1958   Police Academy
Sheila Hancock
22-Feb-1933   Bedtime
Jonathan Lynn
3-Apr-1943   Yes, Minister
Lynne Marta
31-Oct-1948   Character actress
Tom Selleck
29-Jan-1945   Magnum, P.I.
Fiona Shaw
10-Jul-1958   British theatre actress
Nancy Travis
21-Sep-1961   Three Men and a Baby


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


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