Daddy Day Care


1h 33m 2003

Brief Synopsis

Charlie and Phil are so consumed by their high profile advertising jobs that they are completely missing out on the joys of fatherhood. After failing to excite the public about vegetable cereal, Charlie and Phil are fired from their ad jobs. That means no more expensive day care for their sons at th

Film Details

Also Known As
Daddy Daycare, Dagispapporna
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Comedy
Family
Release Date
2003
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Synopsis

Charlie and Phil are so consumed by their high profile advertising jobs that they are completely missing out on the joys of fatherhood. After failing to excite the public about vegetable cereal, Charlie and Phil are fired from their ad jobs. That means no more expensive day care for their sons at the exclusive Chapman Academy, run by the harsh taskmistress Miss Gwyneth Harridan. While floundering aimlessly in search of employment and tending to his four-year-old son Ben during the day while his wife Kim is at work, Charlie has an idea. If he and Phil can handle taking care of two kids, how much harder can it be to supervise ten? Much harder than they ever imagined. Every kid is different and every one is a hilarious challenge, whether they're suffering from sugar rush, fantasizing about being super heroes, or just demolishing everything in sight, Charlie and Phil soon realize they are in over their heads. Way over their heads.

Crew

Cey Adams

Main Title Design

Crisoforo Aguilar

Production Assistant

Chris M Alvarez

Welder

William Ambrose

Rigging Grip

Larz Anderson

Special Effects Coordinator

Ismael Araujo

Grip

Isaac Ardolino

Assistant Location Manager

Mustaq Ashrafi

Makeup Artist

Spring Aspers

Music Supervisor

Randy Bachman

Song

Ludwig Van Beethoven

Music

Mike Bender

Painter

Chris Bennett

Electrician

Matt Berenson

Producer

Juel Bestrop

Casting

Brian Bird

Assistant Location Manager

Steve Bissinger

Sound Editor

Stephanie Blakemore

Electrician

Louisa Bonnie

Set Designer

Steve Borgese

Greensman

Bruce Botnick

Music Scoring Mixer

Bruce Botnick

Score Recording

Bronwen Boyan

Music Coordinator

Jack Brodsky

Coproducer

Damon E Burke

Production Assistant

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutter

Robin Bursey

Loader

Dieter Busch

Assistant Director

David A Butler

Costumer

Jay Byerly

Rigging Electrician

Steve Caldwell

Digital Effects Artist

Blythe Cappello

Casting Associate

Ruth Carter

Costume Designer

Matthew Cassel

Assistant Editor

Michael J Castro

Production Assistant

Mike Chapman

Song

Clifton Chase

Song

Nicky Chinn

Song

David B Clark

Gang Boss

Jennifer Clark

Accounting Assistant

Cheli Clayton

Assistant Camera

Samuel M. Cobb

Medic

Abby Cobelli

Production Assistant

Vidal Cohen

Key Grip

Fetteroff Colen

Dresser

Eugene Collier

Stunts

Douglas Colvin

Song

Olivia Conklin

Driver

Jim Conrads

Post-Production Supervisor

Chris Cornwell

Art Director

Michael A Crowley

Foreman

John Cummings

Song

Michael D'imperio

Props Assistant

Tom Dames

Accounting Assistant

Melissa J Daniel

Production Assistant

John Davis

Producer

Willie Dawkins

Electrician

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Marguerite Derricks

Choreographer

Eric Deyoung

Props

Mark Dornfeld

Digital Effects Supervisor

Edward M Dougherty

Driver

Carl Douglas

Song Performer

Carl Douglas

Song

Jack Douglas

Music Producer

Jay Dupuy

Plasterer

Stefan Duschaine

Electrician

David Elliott

Construction Coordinator

Joel Elliott

Production Assistant

John W Enoch

Driver

Melissa A. Feinberg

Props Assistant

James Fernandez

On-Set Dresser

Marisa Ferrey

Assistant Director

Ed Fletcher

Song

Randall Flosi

Production Assistant

Robert Folk

Song

Robert Folk

Song Performer

Frank R Fontes

Props

David Craig Forrest

Makeup Supervisor

Elizabeth Frank

Costumer

Marty Frasu

Music Engineer

Carol Gans

Instructor

Julie Garces

Assistant Editor

Juan M Garcia

Best Boy Grip

Bryan Garofalo

Assistant Property Master

J.j. George

Music Editor

Susan Shin George

Visual Effects Producer

Rufus Gifford

Associate Producer

Evan L Gilner

Assistant Director

Trish Gallaher Glenn

Property Master

Melvin Glover

Song

Wyck Godfrey

Producer

Berry Gordy

Song

Trevor Goring

Storyboard Artist

Billy Grace

Driver

Thomas Graham

Music Engineer

Maula Green

Coordinator

Christopher Greenbury

Editor

Jack Guberman

Electrician

Jemal Guillory

Assistant

Vincent Guisetti

Foley Artist

John B Hagey

Special Effects Technician

Sean B Haley

Production Assistant

Jimmy Hall

Assistant Editor

Ben Haller

Best Boy Grip

Wendy S Hallin

Driver

Hugh Hanna

Props

Richard A Harrison

Music Editor

Joseph Haydn

Music

Mark Heard

Gang Boss

Nancy Heinze

Production Assistant

Gilbert S Hernandez

Costumer

Bernard Herrmann

Music

Charisse M Hewitt-webster

Assistant

Lana Heying

Hair Stylist

Ronald Hinsley

Driver

Doug Hinton

Assistant Sound Editor

Danny Hinzo

Sign Writer

Shaina Holmes

Digital Effects Artist

Jeff Hyman

Song

Robert Ikeda

Grip

Jim Jackson

On-Set Dresser

Lucy Jacobson

Production Assistant

Vinnie Jae

Painter

Gregory Jamrock

Original Music

David Johnson

Visual Effects Supervisor

Donnie Johnson

Assistant

Jonny R. Johnson

Driver

Dan Jones

Electrician

James P Jones

Driver

Ken E Jones

Painter

Pamela Nedd Kahn

Foley Artist

Nancy Karlin

Script Supervisor

Jamie Kemp

Caterer

Larry Kemp

Sound Editor

Chris Kenny

Production Secretary

Tanner Kling

Production Assistant

Dan Kolsrud

Executive Producer

Robert Lamkin

Caterer

Vanessa Lapato

Adr Editor

Edward Andrew Lassak

Transportation Co-Captain

Stevie Lazo

Production Accountant

Michelle Ledoux

Electrician

Richard J Lee

Chief Lighting Technician

Al Lewis

Art Department Coordinator

Mark R Lilienthal

Special Effects Technician

Stephen Lim

Unit Production Manager

Guy Logan

Electrician

Scott Allen Logan

Location Manager

Howard London

Adr Mixer

Melvin London

Song

David Macmillan

Sound Mixer

Andrew Magarian

Acting Coach

Harrison Marsh

Boom Operator

Maggie Martin

Set Decorator

Cynthia A. Martinez

Gang Boss

Cameron Matheson

On-Set Dresser

Bruce V. Mcbroom

Photography

John H Mccabe

Construction

Jeanne Mccarthy

Casting Director

Ellas Mcdaniel

Song

Shaun Mcgovern

Assistant Production Accountant

Michael Mcguire

Key Rigging Grip

Joel Mcneely

Music Conductor

James Meehan

Dresser

Barbara Mesney

Set Designer

Lori Miller

Digital Effects Artist

Alphonso Mizell

Song

Melissa Mollo

Graphic Designer

Bennie E Moore

Stunts

Megan Moore

Makeup Artist

Mckinley Morganfield

Song

Stacey L Morris

Hair Stylist

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Music

Bria Murphy

Concept Artist

Thomas G Nead

Rigging Gaffer

Rick Nelson

Song

David Newman

Music

Krystyna Newman

Consultant

Harry Nilsson

Song

Sheredia Norris

Production Assistant

Bryce F Olson

Assistant

Violet Ortiz

Hair Stylist

D S Owen

On-Set Dresser

James Panger

Instructor

Chris Parker

On-Set Dresser

Norman Parker

Assistant Camera

Kevin Patterson

Sound Engineer

Frederick Perren

Song

Manny Perry

Stunt Coordinator

John Pierce

Driver

Steve Poster

Director Of Photography

Steve Poster

Dp/Cinematographer

Steven D Powell

Props

Laurie Powers

Digital Effects Artist

Dave Powledge

Stunts

Liz Probst

Accountant

Bradford Ralston

Video

Christopher Regan

Color Timer

Edward A Regan

Foreman

Film Details

Also Known As
Daddy Daycare, Dagispapporna
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Comedy
Family
Release Date
2003
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring May 9, 2003

Released in United States on Video September 23, 2003

Released in United States May 2003

Shown at Tribeca Film Festival (Family Films) May 3-11, 2003.

Revolution picked this project up in turnaround from Fox.

Kodak

Released in United States Spring May 9, 2003

Released in United States on Video September 23, 2003

Released in United States May 2003 (Shown at Tribeca Film Festival (Family Films) May 3-11, 2003.)