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Mrs. Doubtfire ()


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After a bitter divorce, an actor disguises himself as a female housekeeper to spend time with his children held in custody by his former wife.

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Daniel Hillard / Mrs. Doubtfire
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Miranda Hillard
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Stu
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Frank
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Gloria
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Lydia Hillard
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Chris Hillard
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Natalie Hillard
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Mr. Lundy
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Mrs. Sellner
Scott Capurro ...
Jack
Sydney Walker ...
Bus Driver
Joe Bellan ...
TV Boss
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Justin Gregory
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Female Employee #1
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ADR Director Lou
Eva Gholson ...
Female Employee #2
James Cunningham ...
Male Employee
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Cop
Scott Beach ...
Judge
Juliette Marshall ...
Miranda's Attorney
Drew Letchworth ...
Daniel's Attorney
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Miranda's Mother
Sharon Lockwood ...
Alice
Jim Cullen ...
Thug
Kenneth Loo ...
Staring Boy #1
Jeff Loo ...
Staring Boy #2
Betsy Monroe ...
Stunning Woman
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Delivery Boy
James Cranna ...
Ron (as James S. Cranna)
Dr. Toad ...
Bartender
Adele Proom ...
Lundy's Secretary
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Maitre D'
Dan Spencer ...
Cook
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Head Chef
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Woman Housekeeper
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T.V. Director (as Andrew L. Prosky)
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Mr. Sprinkles
Christopher Pray ...
Puppeteer (as Chris Pray)
Geoff Bolt ...
Lundy's Waiter
Dick Bright ...
Stu's Waiter
Adam Bryant ...
Man in Men's Room
Tavia Cathcart ...
Tanya the Hostess
C. Beau Fitzsimons ...
Valet #1
Jeff Moeller ...
Valet #2
Benne Alder ...
Woman in Restroom
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Margaret de Jesus ...
Script Supervisor (uncredited)
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Sound Technician (uncredited)
Garrett Griffin ...
Man (uncredited)
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Waitress (uncredited)
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Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
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Restaurant Guest (uncredited)
Erika Pearson ...
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
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Sound Technician (uncredited)

Directed by

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Chris Columbus

Written by

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Anne Fine ... (novel "Alias Madame Doubtfire")
 
Randi Mayem Singer ... (screenplay) and
Leslie Dixon ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Joan Bradshaw ... co-producer
Linda Jones Clough ... animation producer
Paula DuPré Pesmen ... associate producer (as Paula DuPré)
Stephen Fossatti ... animation associate producer (as Stephen A. Fossati)
Mark Radcliffe ... producer
Matthew Rushton ... executive producer
Marsha Garces Williams ... producer
Robin Williams ... producer

Music by

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Howard Shore

Cinematography by

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Donald McAlpine ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Raja Gosnell

Editorial Department

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Gary Burritt ... negative cutter
Alexandra Fitzpatrick ... editorial production assistant
Tara McKinley ... assistant editor
Dennis McNeill ... color timer
Donald Ord ... apprentice editor
Kevin D. Ross ... assistant editor: lightworks
Tim Silano ... first assistant editor

Casting By

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Janet Hirshenson
Jane Jenkins

Production Design by

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Angelo P. Graham ... (as Angelo Graham)

Art Direction by

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W. Steven Graham

Set Decoration by

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Garrett Lewis

Costume Design by

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Marit Allen

Makeup Department

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Roland Blancaflor ... crew: Cannom Creations
Greg Cannom ... special makeup designer
Mitch Devane ... crew: Cannom Creations
Stephan Dupuis ... assistant makeup artist
Virginia G. Hadfield ... hair stylist
John Logan ... crew: Cannom Creations
Ve Neill ... key makeup artist
Stephen Prouty ... crew: Cannom Creations (as Steve Prouty)
Yolanda Toussieng ... key hair stylist
Todd Tucker ... crew: Cannom Creations
Keith VanderLaan ... crew: Cannom Creations
Pamela S. Westmore ... makeup artist: Sally Field
Gary Archer ... dental technician (uncredited)
Analisa Ravella ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Joan Bradshaw ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Carol Bawer ... additional second assistant director
Stephen Lee Davis ... second second assistant director
Geoffrey Hansen ... first assistant director (as Geoff Hansen)
Cherylanne Martin ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Michael Anderson ... construction shop manager
Emilio R. Aramendia ... swing gang
Kristin Argue ... drapery
Daniel R. Bentley ... assistant props
Todd McCune Bray ... lead scenic artist
Richard W. Clot ... construction coordinator
Joanne Desmond ... construction shop liaison
Lisa Devlin ... stand-by painter (as Lisa M. Devlin)
Harold Fuhrman ... set designer
Stephen J. Gardner ... assistant props
Hank Giardina ... paint foreman
Robert C. Goldstein ... set designer
Geoffrey Lake ... assistant greensman (as Geoff Lake)
George F. Mauricio ... assistant props
Ray Mondoux ... assistant construction coordinator (as Raymond E. Mondoux) / shop foreman (as Raymond E. Mondoux)
James J. Murakami ... assistant art director
Marie Noonan ... construction accountant
Kristen Ross ... art department coordinator
Steve Saklad ... set designer
Eugene M. Texeira ... swing gang
Don Watson ... swing gang
Steven Wolff ... set designer
Mark Woods ... lead man
John Zemansky ... property master
George Zimninsky ... greensman
Lauren Abrams ... painter (uncredited)
J. Michael Davis ... set dresser (uncredited)
Guy Hietala ... painter (uncredited)
John Oster ... construction foreman (uncredited)
Ken Sly ... propmaker (uncredited)
Jason Sweers ... graphics designer (uncredited)
James Todd ... journeyman scenic artist: San Francisco (uncredited)

Sound Department

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C.J. Appel ... adr editor
Sandina Bailo-Lape ... foley editor
Tom Barwick ... foley artist
Sara Bolder ... dialogue editor
Gloria S. Borders ... supervising sound editor
Christopher Boyes ... foley recordist
Clare C. Freeman ... assistant sound editor (as Clare Freeman)
Scott Guitteau ... assistant sound editor
Lora Hirschberg ... assistant sound designer
Tom Johnson ... re-recording mixer
Scott Kinzey ... additional cable person
Kevin Rose-Williams ... assistant sound editor
Fred Runner ... boom operator
Gary Rydstrom ... re-recording mixer / sound designer
Claire Sanfilippo ... dialogue editor
Robert Shoup ... sound effects editor (as Bob Shoup)
Conrad Slater ... cable person
Dianna Stirpe ... assistant sound editor
Nelson Stoll ... sound mixer
Gary Summers ... re-recording mixer
Ewa Sztompke ... dialogue editor
Patti Tauscher ... assistant sound editor
Dennie Thorpe ... foley artist
Marian Wilde ... foley editor
James Allen ... sound re-recordist (uncredited)
Stephen Balliet ... boom operator (uncredited)
George Daugherty ... sound designer: animation sequence (uncredited)
Jeff Kliment ... sound (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Geoff Heron ... special effects
Leo Loverro ... special effects
John McLeod ... special effects
Frank W. Tarantino ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Geoff Heron ... stage technician

Stunts

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Pat Banta ... stunts
Troy Brown ... stunt coordinator
Leon Delaney ... stunts
David Draves ... stunts (as David Lyle Draves)
Pat Banta ... stunt double: Pierce Brosnan (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Phil Bray ... still photographer
Marty Brenneis ... video playback operator
Chuck Brown ... dolly grip
Dave Childers ... best boy grip (as David Childers)
Tom Cloutier ... electrician
Jonathan Doff ... video assistant
Joseph Emanuele ... rigging best boy electric
William Hampton ... electrician
Frank Helbig ... electrician
Philip Ho ... grip (as Philip Y.C. Ho)
Rod M. Janusch ... rigging grip
Robin Alan Knight ... key grip (as Robin P. Knight)
Brett Laumann ... electrical best boy
John Loveless ... crane operator
Kim Marks ... camera operator: "b" camera
Steve Mathis ... gaffer
Patrick McArdle ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Robert 'Boomer' McCann ... dolly grip: "b" camera
John O'Donnell ... rigging electrician
Kate O'Neill ... camera loader
Orlando Orona ... rigging grip best boy (as Orlando J. Orona)
Vance Piper ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Bobby Powell ... rigging gaffer
Douglas Ryan ... camera operator: "a" camera
Paul Sanchez ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
John Schoening ... rigging grip
John A. Small ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Kevin Thompson ... electrician (as Kevin A. Thompson)
Michael Whitehurst ... grip

Animation Department

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Debra Armstrong ... assistant animator
Charlotte Clark ... checker
Raul Garcia ... animator (as Ralph Newmann)
Eric Goldberg ... animator (as Claude Raynes)
Susan Goldberg ... assistant animator
Duane Gretsky ... animator (as Dwayne Gressky)
Chuck Jones ... animation supervisor
Bill Littlejohn ... animator
Barrie Nelson ... animator (as Barry Nelson)
Silvia Pompei ... assistant animator (as Sylvia Pompei)
Tom Ray ... animator
Rick Reinert ... animation background artist
Tom Roth ... animator
Deborah Rykoff-Bennett ... checker (as Debra Rykoff)
Pat Sito ... checker (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Michael Hirshenson ... casting associate
Schuler Kent ... casting assistant
Nancy Hayes ... extras casting: San Francisco (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Michael Becker ... on-set costumer
James P. Cullen ... costume supervisor: Mr. Williams (as Jim Cullen)
Barbara Hartman-Jenichen ... on-set costumer
Christine Peters ... costume supervisor
Nancy Servin ... seamstress (as Nancy Hart Servin)
Mary Elizabeth Still ... on-set costumer
Deirdre N. Williams ... costume supervisor (as Deirdre Nicole Williams)

Location Management

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Oscar Briones ... location assistant
Bruce Devan ... location manager
Debra A. Girard ... assistant location manager (as Debra Girard)
Susannah Greason ... location assistant
Cynthia LaPointe ... location assistant
Randol Perelman-Taylor ... location assistant

Music Department

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Sandy DeCrescent ... musician contractor
Bryndon Hassman ... music preparation: Opera coach for Mr. Williams
Jo Ann Kane ... music preparation
Robin Katz ... music editor
Ellen Segal ... supervising music editor
Howard Shore ... orchestrator
Fred Steiner ... composer: cartoon music / conductor: cartoon music
Dan Wallin ... score mixer
Tom Boyd ... musician: oboe soloist (uncredited) / oboe soloist (uncredited)
Steve Schaeffer ... musician: percussion (uncredited)
James Thatcher ... musician: french horn (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Maylon Houston ... transportation co-captain
Robert Neilson ... transportation coordinator
James C. Taylor ... transportation captain
Billy Kane ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Saundra Marie Ardito ... accounting assistant
Linda Benavente-Notaro ... body suit: Mrs. Doubtfire (as Linda Benevente-Notaro)
Carol DePasquale ... script supervisor
Christopher Desmond ... paramedic coordinator
Elizabeth Devereux ... assistant: Mr. Columbus
Mary Duann ... assistant production coordinator
Ron Fode ... projectionist
Jennifer Garces ... office production assistant
Gary Gero ... animal handler
John Halko ... caterer
Curtis Hamlin ... caterer
Christopher Hoffman ... office production assistant
Dione Holden ... office production assistant
Bonnie Hudson ... studio teacher
Cindy M. Ichikawa ... set production assistant (as Cindy Ichikawa)
Lisa Lacuesta ... office production assistant
Dirk Q. Long ... caterer
Cyndi McHale Margolis ... assistant: Mrs. Garces Williams
Ellen Pasternack ... unit publicist
Bill Powers ... caterer
Mayda Renizzi-Holt ... assistant accountant
Darin Rivetti ... set production assistant
Jay Roberts ... payroll
Myra Rosenthal ... studio teacher
Erik Ross ... office production assistant
Ken Ryan ... production accountant
Nina Saxon ... title designer
Elena Servi ... italian diction coach: for Mr. Williams
Jacqueline A. Shea ... production coordinator
Rebecca Erwin Spencer ... assistant: Mr. Williams
Steve Watson ... caterer
James J. Wilhelm ... craft service
John D. Bair ... stand-in (uncredited)
Kimberly Cooper ... production executive: Fox (uncredited)
Gabe de Kelaita ... set production assistant (uncredited)
Brian Hofstetter ... production assistant (uncredited)
Jesse Merz ... market researcher (uncredited)
Stephanie Siemiller ... stand-in (uncredited)
Nancy A. Terriberry ... extras wrangler (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Eccentric actor Daniel Hillard is an amusing and caring father. But after a disastrous birthday party for his son, Daniel's wife Miranda draws the line and files a divorce. He can see his three children only once a week which doesn't sit well with him. Daniel also holds a job at a TV studio as a shipping clerk under the recommendation of his liason. But when Miranda puts out an ad for a housekeeper, Daniel takes it upon himself to make a disguise as a Scottish lady named Mrs Doubtfire. And Daniel must also deal with Miranda's new boyfriend Stu Dunemyer. Written by Blazer346

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Taglines She will rock your world. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Mrs. Doubt (Japan, English title)
  • Madame Doubtfire (France)
  • Mrs. Doubtfire - Das stachelige Kindermädchen (Germany)
  • Mrs. Doubtfire - Das stachelige Hausmädchen (Germany)
  • Señora Doubtfire, papá de por vida (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 125 min
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Box Office

Budget $25,000,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $441,286,195

Did You Know?

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Trivia According to one biography, Robin Williams decided to test out the believability of his Mrs. Doubtfire character during filming by going, as Mrs. Doubtfire, into an adult bookstore and making a purchase. He was able to do so without being recognized. See more »
Goofs When Mrs. Doubtfire throws the lime at Stu, it cuts to Stu getting hit in the head. When it cuts back to Mrs. Doubtfire, the same lime is clearly at the top of the fruit dish. The same lime disappears and reappears from the fruit dish several times in this scene. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in A Perfect World/We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story/Mrs. Doubtfire/The Nutcracker/A Dangerous Woman (1993). See more »
Soundtracks Babalu See more »
Quotes Mrs. Sellner: Oh, by the way. Do you have any special skills?
Daniel: Oh, yes, I do. I do voices.
Mrs. Sellner: What do you mean, you do voices?
Daniel: [German accent] Well, I do voices.
Daniel: [as evangelist] Yes!
Daniel: [as martian] We've come to this planet looking for intelligent life. Oops, we made a mistake.
Daniel: [as Russian immigrant] Happy to be in America. Don't ask for a green card.
Daniel: [as monster] I want you in the worst way.
Daniel: [as Groucho Marx] Well this is certainly a rough meeting and it's not going very well for me, I'll tell you that.
[as Chico Marx]
Daniel: Hey boss, give her a chance. She's gonna loosen up any moment.
Daniel: [as Sean Connery] Look at me right now, Moneypenny, I want to undo that bow and get to know you.
Daniel: [as a used-car salesman] I'll be crazy to make a deal with you!
Daniel: [as Ronald Reagan] Nancy and I are still looking for the other half of my head.
Daniel: [as Walter Brennan] This is it! Yes, I'm doing it! I'm sitting on a gold mine!
Daniel: [as Humphrey Bogart] Don't make me smack you, sweetheart. I'll do it.
Daniel: [normal voice] I do a great impression of a hot dog.
[leans back straight, trying to keep a straight face]
Mrs. Sellner: Mr. Hillard, do you consider yourself humorous?
Daniel: I used to. There was a time when I found myself funny, but today you have proven me wrong. Thank you.
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