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Au Pair II (2001)

A father and the former nanny to his children prepare a merger between his company and a European conglomerate.

Director:

Mark Griffiths

Writers:

Jeff Sherman (characters) (as Jeffrey C. Sherman), Jeff Sherman (as Jeffrey C. Sherman) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gregory Harrison ... Oliver Caldwell
Heidi Lenhart ... Jennifer 'Jenny' Morgan
Jake Dinwiddie ... Alex Caldwell
Katie Volding ... Katie Caldwell
Rachel York ... Cassandra Hausen
Robin Dunne ... Michael Hausen
June Lockhart ... Grandma Nell Grayson
James Lancaster ... Seamus
Cliff Bemis ... Sam Morgan
Celine Massuger Celine Massuger ... Brigitte Chabeaux
Rory Knox Johnston Rory Knox Johnston ... Karl Hausen (as Rory Johnston)
Jan Preucil ... Grimaldi the Paparazzo
Dan Brown Dan Brown ... Reporter #1 (as Daniel Brown)
David O'Kelly David O'Kelly ... Reporter #2
Jan Kuzelka Jan Kuzelka ... Chef
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Storyline

Tycoon Oliver Caldwell's rascal kids Alex and Katie decide it's time he actually marries their nanny and de-facto stepmother. They deploy a devious plan during in Paris. But ambitious executive Michael 'Mike' Hausen is in cahoots with Cassandra Hausen, to turn the board against them and chuck Oliver by staging an 'affair' between Jenny and Mike now all mandataes are to redistributed as Caldwell's firm merges with a European one. Written by KGF Vissers

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Sometimes love needs a little push.

Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Official Sites:

Fox

Country:

USA | France

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 April 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Au Pair II: The Fairy Tale Continues See more »

Filming Locations:

Prague, Czech Republic

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Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Robin Dunne and Heidi Lenhart were married the year after this movie's release. See more »

Connections

Followed by Au Pair 3: Adventure in Paradise (2009) See more »

Soundtracks

Sunshine Days
Performed by Paul Gordon
Written by Kussa Mahchi, Shuki Levy & Cheryl Saban
Published by Eifoata Music & Kukunia Music
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New twists in the sequel
17 November 2001 | by StreetwolfSee all my reviews

A year or two later things have changed for the Caldwell family. Heidi Lenhart stars again as Jenny with shorter hair and now a co-worker at the Caldwell Corp that now has formed a merger with Carl Sennhauser. Carl has two adult kids, Cassandra and Michael and they're not too pleased about the merger so they try to figure out a way to destroy Oliver. Their niece Brigitte, who is the same age as the Caldwell kids Alex and Katie enjoy everything that technology has to offer. Meanwhile Oliver and Jenny are trying to keep their relationship hush hush from the nosey reporters who are curious about what the two are up to and to top it off when Alex and Katie's grandma Nell enters she seems not pleased by the relationship of Jenny and Oliver. With the new president chair on stake Cassandra and Michael want to make sure Oliver doesn't take over what they think is rightfully theirs so they create a little distraction for Oliver and Jenny...

I think I preferred the first Au Pair because it was much more simple, but I don't have any complaints with Au Pair II. There are a lot more twists, more bad guys and a lot more fun. The kids Jake Dinwiddie and Katie Volding were great. Brigitte was played by Celine Massuger and even though she had a very good part, she was good, but her accent was annoying! Half the things she said made me just say huh? The English French accent was so hard to understand. Gregory Harrison again as the first Au Pair was fun to watch in a different role.


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