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My Date with the President's Daughter 

A teenager unwittingly falls for the American President's daughter, and the pair soon find themselves off on a wild adventure.

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Rita Fletcher
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Charles Fletcher
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Cell Guard
David Blacker ...
Redneck #1
Marium Carvell ...
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Larry
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Hallie has a curse, she's the daughter of the American President. And to make matters worse, it's an election year. But all she wants to do is go out on a date. Fortunately, geeky Duncan has the same goal When they finally get to the date however, a series of incidents could seriously damage the relationship...and national security. Written by Steve Richer <sricher@sympatico.ca>

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She's five minutes late, alert the National Guard.


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19 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Both of the leads, Will Friedle and Elisabeth Harnois, have appeared in Boy Meets World (1993). Friedle starred as Eric Matthews, the older brother of Cory Matthews (Ben Savage), while Harnois played Missy Robinson, the girl who kisses Cory while Topanga (Danielle Fishel) is sick in Season 3, Episode 9. See more »

Goofs

When Duncan is asking his dad if he can take the car, his dad tells him to take the station wagon, and hands him a ring with only one key on it. Duncan takes the company car, but both cars wouldn't use the same key. See more »

Quotes

President Richmond: I'm not trying to keep her locked up, Carol. Just we have some special... circumstances here. It's not as if she's just some ordinary girl.
Carol Richmond: See? You see? That's just it. She *is* an ordinary girl. Face it George, we are the parents of a real-live, full-fledged teenager! And instance like this are going to happen more often if we try to keep her locked up in an ivory tower.
President Richmond: What about security?
Carol Richmond: That's what the Secret Service are for.
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References Sesame Street (1969) See more »

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Your basic pre-teen movie
20 September 2004 | by (Chicago, Illinois) – See all my reviews

I have to admit, I was 12 when this came out. I was in love with it. I was the age they were aimed at. I saw this on the Disney channel last night. I thought I would still love it. I have recently discovered that tastes change. And sometimes for the better. Although, I still think it was a cute little comedy. 12 year olds will definitely enjoy it. I wouldn't doubt that. The acting and the story are just a little lame. And of course there always is a message to be learned. Afer all, this was on the Disney channel. But it's better then most of the trash 12 year olds watch today. So, I would suggest it for them.

5/10


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