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Daddy's Little Girls ()


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A mechanic falls in love with his attorney.

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Julia
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Monty
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Willie
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Jennifer
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Cynthia
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Maya
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Brenda
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Joseph (as Gary Sturgis)
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Rita
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Sierra (as Sierra McClain)
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China (as China McClain)
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Lauryn (as Lauryn McClain)
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Katheryn
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Christopher's wife
Rochelle Dewberry ...
Miss Rochelle
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Councilman
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Doorman
Sharyn Shields ...
Civil Lawyer
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District Attorney (as Leland Jones)
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Byron
Danny Kim ...
Waiter (as Daniel Kim)
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Nurse
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Social Worker
Eddie L. Long ...
Pastor (as Bishop Eddie L. Long)
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Principal
Hajji Golightly ...
Member
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Lester
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Club Lady 2
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Club Lady 3
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Waitress (as Katie Kneeland)
Arron Momon ...
Young Monty
Joey Nappo ...
Player 1
Arvell Poe ...
Player 2
Greyson Chadwick ...
Amanda
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Girl
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Dad
Giulia Pagano ...
Criminal Judge (as Guila Pagano)
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Mr. Jones
Sharron Cain ...
Civil Court Bailiff
Dan Albright ...
Judge 3
Sharan C. Mansfield ...
Mrs. Mansfield
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Club Lady 1 (as Demetria "Dee Dee" McKinney)
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Brenda's Husband
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Gang Member
Marshall Middletown ...
Young Man
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Joe's Criminal Lawyer
Judy Peterson ...
Choir Soloist
Gordon Daniels ...
Probation Officer
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125 Family Court Judge
George Bryant II ...
Judge #3 (as George Bryant)
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Announcer (as Monica Kaufman)
Gabriel McClain ...
Boy
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Civil Court Judge
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Attorney
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Neighborhood Thug (uncredited)
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Lawyer (uncredited)
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Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
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Patron (uncredited)
Ricky Brown ...
Thug (uncredited)
Chandler Darby ...
Partygoer Exiting House in Flashback (uncredited)
Roslyn D. Evans ...
Court Attendant (uncredited)
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Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Mark D. Headen ...
Cafe Patron (uncredited)
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Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
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Attorney (uncredited)
Jaqueline Martini ...
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
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Ghetto Resident (uncredited)
Shawn Reynolds ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Kortnee Simmons ...
Charlie Williams (uncredited)
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Trial Defendent (uncredited)
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Lawyer (uncredited)
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Christopher (uncredited)

Directed by

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Tyler Perry

Written by

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Tyler Perry ... (written by)

Produced by

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Roger M. Bobb ... co-producer
Reuben Cannon ... producer
D. Scott Lumpkin ... co-producer
Michael Paseornek ... executive producer
Tyler Perry ... producer

Music by

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Brian McKnight

Cinematography by

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Toyomichi Kurita ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Maysie Hoy

Editorial Department

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Jenny Cho ... post-production assistant
Joe Finley ... digital preview colorist
Melissa Gearhart ... assistant editor
Cortney Haile ... post-production coordinator
Jeff Smithwick ... digital film colorist

Casting By

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Shay Griffin
Kim Williams

Production Design by

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Ina Mayhew

Set Decoration by

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Rafael Garcia
Lance Totten

Costume Design by

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Keith G. Lewis

Makeup Department

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Matiki Anoff ... makeup department head
Ralph J. Astarita ... assistant makeup artist
Kyndra Beaudoin ... hair stylist: Ms. Union & Ms. Smith
Dana Boisseau ... additional hair stylist
Andrea C. Brotherton ... key hair stylist
Cynthia L. Chapman ... head hair stylist
Char Coats-Crump ... additional makeup artist (as Char Coats)
Patrice Coleman ... key makeup artist
Craig Damon ... barber
Deaundra Harris-Metzger ... additional hair stylist
T.A. Henderson ... additional hair stylist
Chauntelle Langston ... additional makeup artist
Denise Tunnell ... additional makeup artist
Janice Tunnell ... additional makeup artist
Dawn Turner ... additional hair stylist
Dionne Wynn ... key makeup artist
Mi Young ... additional makeup artist / assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Jennifer Booth ... unit production manager
Rosemary Lara ... executive in charge of production
Mark W. McCoy ... post production manager (as Mark McCoy) / post-production manager (as Mark McCoy)
Carl Pedregal ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Roger M. Bobb ... first assistant director
Angi Bones ... second assistant director (as Angelique Bones)
Rhonda Guthrie ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Calvin Ashford ... assistant to production designer
Ted Boonthanakit ... storyboard artist
Cristina Lucia Cesari ... buyer
Russ Dickerson ... general foreman
Karen A. Felix ... assistant property master
Lauren Fitzsimmons ... assistant art director
Sammy Ray Hill ... set dresser
Mark Keever ... set dresser
Sam Knaffl ... props
Chris Lukas ... set dresser
Jeremy McGuire ... art department coordinator
Drew Meyers ... set dresser
David H. Nash ... gang boss
Dan Post ... set dresser
Ryan Shelor ... set dresser
Roland Spence ... set dresser (as Roland Heart)
James Vasilovic ... set dresser
Jay Womer ... construction coordinator

Sound Department

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Joshua Adeniji ... assistant sound editor
Jon DeStefano ... sound editor
Jason Gaya ... assistant sound editor
Jim Hawkins ... sound mixer
Scott Hinkley ... re-recording mixer
Ahmad Ibrahim ... assistant sound engineer
Cody King ... foley editor
Richard Kitting ... sound recordist
Colt Logan ... sound utility
Kate Lumpkin ... boom operator (as Kat Craig)
Jonathan Miller ... supervising sound editor
Chris Navarro ... adr mixer
Jay Nierenberg ... supervising sound editor
Angelo Palazzo ... sound effects editor
Bryan Pennington ... consultant: Dolby film sound
Matt Serrecchio ... mix assistant engineer
Cathie Speakman ... sound editor
Tom Syrowski ... mix assistant engineer
Jonathan Wales ... re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

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David Fletcher ... special effects supervisor
Heath Hood ... pyrotechnician (as G. Heath Hood)

Visual Effects by

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Jamie Baxter ... visual effects
Mark Intravartolo ... visual effects artist
Roger Mocenigo ... digital compositor: XY&Z
Jeff Smithwick ... digital film colorist
Mike Uguccioni ... visual effects supervisor

Stunts

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Carlos Guity ... stunts
Curtis Lyons ... stunt performer
David Andrew Nash ... stunt performer
Derrick Simmons ... stunt double: Gary Anthony Sturgis
Gerard G. Williams ... stunt coordinator (as Gus Williams) / stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Chris 'Barefoot' Allen ... grip (as Chris Allen)
Chris Antignane ... rigging electric
Brent Bazinski ... electrician
J. Christopher Campbell ... grip (as Christopher Campbell)
Quantrell D. Colbert ... gallery camera assistant
Stephen Crowley ... pre-rigging gaffer
Alfeo Dixon ... still photographer
Taifa Graves ... video assist
Eric Leftridge ... assistant camera
Levi Loy ... best boy rigging grip
Halley Manning ... electrician
Ronald 'Ronnie' Martin ... rigging electrician
Jim McKinney ... additional camera operator
David McLean ... gaffer
James H. Pair III ... dolly grip: "a" camera (as James Tripp Pair III)
Daniel Pederson ... electrician
Mike Robertson ... best boy electric
Chad Schroeder ... electrician
Ross Sebek ... second assistant camera
Steve Sudge ... electrician
Randy Tharpe ... grip
Joseph Thomas ... assistant camera
Troy Toebben ... electrician
Trey Twitty ... second assistant camera
Mike Tyson ... rigging electrician
Porter Versfelt III ... epk director of photography

Casting Department

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Barbara Harris ... adr voice casting
Shannon Kaiser ... casting assistant
Xavion Lay ... extras casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Queensylvia Akuchie ... costumer (as Sylvia Akuchie)
Shilla Benning ... costumer
Jason Sky Bland ... costume shopper (as Jason Bland)
Layne Brightwell ... key set costumer
Sekinah Brown ... assistant costume designer
Katherine Dover ... costumer
Kate Duke ... costume p.a.
Gertrude Moore ... head tailor
Barbara Vazquez ... key costumer
Amanda Zenil ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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Phillip David Collins ... location assistant
John Findley ... location manager (as John Findley III)
Matthew Peters ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Rick Aoyama ... music editor
Kyle Kenneth Batter ... score programmer
Robert Cosio ... musician: guitars
Terri DiPaolo ... music legal
Reggie Dozier ... music engineer: orchestra
Jay Faires ... president of music
Jeane Fay ... music licensing
Frank Fontaine ... musician: saxophone
Joel C. High ... music supervisor
Camara Kambon ... additional orchestrator / music consultant / music editor
Oh No ... composer: additional music
Rebecca Rienks ... music coordinator: Creative Control
Tim Rodier ... additional orchestrator
Mary Ann Souza ... score engineer
Robert Thomas ... music assistant: Creative Control
Jay Weigel ... music arranger
Chris Wood ... score engineer / score mixer
Benjamin Wright ... music arranger

Transportation Department

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Dennis G. Carter ... driver
Ricky Damazio ... transportation coordinator
Randy Southerland ... transportation

Other crew

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Barbara Abell ... studio teacher
Ozzie Areu ... assistant: Tyler Perry
Bree Bailey ... assistant: Michael Paseornek
Cassandra Barbour ... rights and clearances
Diana Beas ... copyright
Justin Bones ... production assistant
Jerome Butler ... dialect coach: Mr. Elba
Jennifer M. Byrne ... post payroll accountant
Dwight O. Campbell ... production assistant
Marisa Clayton ... project manager: Modern VideoFilm
Jennifer DiQuollo ... key craft service
Derrick Doose ... key set production assistant
Yon Elvira ... supervisor of assets and unit publicity: Lionsgate
Deborah Evans ... production accountant
Roslyn D. Evans ... stand-in
Amanda Shamis Flannery ... clearance supervisor (as Amanda Shamis)
Latisha Fortune ... production assistant
Brittney Glaze ... stand-in
Jackie Goldston ... stand-in
Pamela B. Green ... main title producer
Evans Griffin ... production assistant
Joseph Hampton ... set production assistant
Liam Hearne ... post-production accountant
David K. Henry ... production financing
Justin C. Hosp ... production assistant
Bill Jacks ... contracts administrator
Samuel Jerome Johnson ... production assistant
Chris Kelsey ... accounting intern / production assistant
Abbey Lessanu ... assistant: Reuben Cannon
Konrad Lewis ... craft service
Daniel MacArthur ... assistant: Donna Sloan, Lions Gate Films
L'Oréal McCollum ... photo double: tracee ellis ross
Jeanette L. McDuffie ... assistant: Reuben Cannon (as Jeanette McDuffie)
Robert M. Melnik ... executive vice president of business affairs
Curtis A. Miller ... director of production: Lions Gate Films
Christopher Mills ... epk sound
Winifred Murungi ... accounting clerk
Tim Palen ... Co-President, Theatrical Marketing: Lionsgate
Hernany Perla ... assistant: John Sacchi
Senia Phillips ... animal trainer: dogs
Allen Phoenix ... stand-in
George Pierre ... production assistant
Virginia Powers Hendry ... credit coordinator (as Gina Powers)
Emily Rice ... post-production accountant
Crystle Roberson ... production assistant
Sia Sapoundjieva ... production assistant
Laura Sevier ... rights and clearances
Cheryl D. Sims ... payroll accountant
Donna Sloan ... executive vice president: Lions Gate Films
Michael C. Smith ... police coordinator
Rozanne Stark ... set tutor
Melinda Taksen ... script supervisor
Katie Willard Troebs ... production coordinator
Shawn Trotman ... first assistant accountant
Tez Valenzuela ... production assistant

Thanks

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Manny Dubon ... special thanks
Ingrid Jones ... special thanks (as Ingrid Saunders-Jones)
J. Michael Marlett ... special thanks
William H.D. Marlett ... special thanks (as Willie Marlett)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A mechanic (Idris Elba) enlists the help of a successful, but lonely, attorney (Gabrielle Union) while trying to win custody of his three daughters from his treacherous ex-wife and her larcenous boyfriend. Along the way, the working relationship between the blue collar dad and his uptown attorney grows into something more. This is a simple, touching story of two people trying to overcome their different backgrounds to find love, a down-on-his-luck man struggling to protect his children from abuse and neglect, and a community looking to purge itself from the criminals terrorizing their neighborhood. Written by edhuds0n

Plot Keywords
Taglines give life. teach love. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls (United States)
  • Totul pentru fetele mele (Romania)
  • Ta koritsia tou baba (Greece)
  • Apu boldogsága (Hungary)
  • As Garotinhas do Papai (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 100 min
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Box Office

Budget $10,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $13,064,075, 18 Feb 2007

Did You Know?

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Trivia Monty's daughters' first names in the movie are their first names in real-life. They are also real-life sisters. See more »
Goofs Monty tells Julia he is 34 years old. His oldest daughter Sierra is 12 years old. He was charged with rape and sentenced to 8 years of prison at the age of 18 so that means he got out of jail at 26 years old. If that's true, how is Sierra 12 years old? Unless, he was granted conjugal visits with Jennifer and she gave birth to Siera while Monty was in jail. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Hot Tub Time Machine/Chloe/How to Train Your Dragon (2010). See more »
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