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Half a Dozen Babies (1999)

TV-PG | | Drama | TV Movie 17 May 1999
After years of struggling to successfully become pregnant, a young couple is shocked to deliver sextuplets.

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Becki Dilley
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Doris Stauffer
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Loren Stauffer
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Lee Dilley
Bill MacDonald ...
Larry Dilley
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Lynda Smirz
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Dr. Lee Braxton
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David McLaughlin
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Nina Angstrom
Deborah Grover ...
Fiona Sullivan
Caitlin Fellows ...
Baby Brenna
Emilie Fellows ...
Baby Brenna
Kylie Fellows ...
Baby Brenna
Mackenzie Horner ...
Baby Brenna
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Keith and Becki Dilley fail to get pregnant naturally. Just when they despair at the last fertility treatment they can afford, quintuplets are diagnosed. At the birth, a sickly sixth son is found. Raising them proves even harder, juggling domestic matters, financial and practical help, especially from the grandparents, which leads to tensions. Keith gives up his job and blood proves thicker then water. Written by KGF Vissers

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17 May 1999 (USA)  »

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Baby, Oh Baby  »

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1.33 : 1
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Baby, Baby
by Amy Grant
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Good performances, decent acting
27 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I didn't plan on watching this but I stumbled across it and couldn't turn it off. It is an interesting story and I could relate to the sadness of the grandmother's illness. But the fact that the other grandmother (Doris) is portrayed as the opposite of how she apparently really is makes this difficult to watch.

I don't mind a few dramatic additions to a story to help it along, but when you take a real life person and portray them as evil for the sake of a more interesting story, that's just wrong. Its not necessary and is certainly unfair.

But I was able to watch it while keeping in mind it was fantasy.


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