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Three Men and a Little Lady (1990) Movie Information

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Emile Ardolino


Tom Selleck
Steve Guttenberg
Ted Danson
Nancy Travis
Robin Weisman
Christopher Cazenove





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More charmless dross involving an irritating child and a bunch of ridiculous stereotypes which was obviously written by an American who still thinks England is populated exclusively by bowler-hatted cricket fans who live in castles. And a truly embarrassing rap sequence.

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More of the same, but the child has grown a little.

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As you may have guessed, "Three Men and a Little Lady" is the followup to 1987's "Three Men and a Baby." Although the sequel was made only 3 years after the original, and therefore Mary should only be 4 years old, time was sped up just a bit, and we see that Mary is now a precocious 5 year-old, living in a new house with Peter, Jack, Michael, and her mother, Sylvia. The four have new challenges to face in raising their little lady, and as Mary begins school and starts to make friends, it becomes apparent that her unorthodox family situation is raising eyebrows among teachers and other parents. Sylvia soon realizes that Mary needs a more stable family life, and starts dating a pompous British director, who promptly proposes and moves Sylvia and Mary to London. As they did in the end of the...

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