Three Men and a Baby

  • PG
  • Leonard Nimoy (1987)
  • US
  • 98 min
Three Men and a Baby
Film Review
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4 out of 5

The title says it all - bachelors Ted Danson, Steve Guttenberg and Tom Selleck are left holding the baby abandoned on their doorstep, and it's not long before they are knee-deep in bottles, nappies and gooey moments. The three leads look suitably harassed as they adapt to changing, feeding and burping duties, and director Leonard Nimoy (Mr Spock himself) keeps the comedy and entertainment coming thick and fast. Based on the French film 3 Men and a Cradle, it's thoroughly enjoyable family fare.

Plot Summary

Comedy starring Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson as three confirmed bachelors, who learn parenting skills the hard way when an abandoned baby turns up on their doorstep.

Cast and crew

Cast

Peter Mitchell
Tom Selleck
Michael Kellam
Steve Guttenberg
Jack Holden
Ted Danson
Sylvia
Nancy Travis
Rebecca
Margaret Colin
Jack's mother
Celeste Holm
Det Melkowitz
Philip Bosco
Jan Clopatz
Derek De Lint
Vince
Paul Guilfoyle (2)
Patty
Alexandra Amini
Mrs Hathaway
Cynthia Harris
Angelyne
Claire Cellucci
Tawnya
Michelle Duquet
Satch
Earl Hindman
Edna
Jackie Richardson
Paul Milner
John Gould Rubin
Cherise
Camilla Scott
Vanessa
Sharolyn Sparrow
Sally
Louise Vallance
Adam
Jonathan Whitaker

Crew

Director
Leonard Nimoy

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Guidance: 
Edited for language.
Available on video and DVD
Certificate PG
Categories
Comedy

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