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A Thousand Men and a Baby (1997)

A baby in a foreign land is adopted by the men on a U.S. Navy ship and brought to America.

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Dr. Hugh 'Bud' Keenan
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Capt. John 'Chick' Hayward
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Father O'Riley
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Sister Philomena
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Joey Camerini
Michael Woolson ...
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Trae Thomas ...
Lewis
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Bert Schumann
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Christine Schofield
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Genevieve 'Gen' Keenan
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Vice Admiral Briscoe
Paul Sincoff ...
G.I. Dan
Benjamin Lum ...
Mr. Han
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Mr. Kim
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A baby in a foreign land is adopted by the men on a U.S. Navy ship and brought to America.

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7 December 1997 (USA)  »

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Mille hommes et un bébé  »

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Why isn't this out on DVD?
14 April 2007 | by (Yukon, OK) – See all my reviews

This is a tearjerker, and knowing that this is based on fact makes it all the better. We need more uplifting films such as this for the family in this day and age. So often, our military is shown in such a bad light, and it is SO refreshing for them to be shown as the heroes they are. This is a wonderful, WONDERFUL film that everyone should watch, especially as a family. This film lets us know how wonderful the military can be, and what the family can be like. Sadly, we don't have television movies out anymore, thanks to horrid 'reality' shows. I wish TVMs like this came out more often. I miss them. PLEASE . . . put this on DVD.


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