First Daughter


1h 44m 2004

Brief Synopsis

Samantha Mackenzie has fame and glamour, but she just wants what every college freshman wants: the opportunity to experience the world away from home and, most importantly, away from her parents. She just wants to be treated like anyone else. But it's not going to be easy, because Sam's home address

Film Details

Also Known As
My Date With the President's Daughter
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2004
Production Company
Tom Fox
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 44m

Synopsis

Samantha Mackenzie has fame and glamour, but she just wants what every college freshman wants: the opportunity to experience the world away from home and, most importantly, away from her parents. She just wants to be treated like anyone else. But it's not going to be easy, because Sam's home address is 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and her dad is John Mackenzie, the President of the United States. Now living thousands of miles away from the White House, Sam hopes that being out on her own means she'll be free of the constraints of being the First Daughter. But everywhere she turns there's a Secret Service agent at the ready, and her fellow freshmen won't let her stop being the most famous student in the country. Sam's roommate, Mia, is determined to have fun--and take Sam along for the ride. Sam's adventures get even more interesting when she meets and falls head over heels for James, the Resident Advisor in her dorm. College--and life--has even more surprises and challenges in store for Sam, and she's determined to discover where she belongs, what she wants, and who she really is.

Crew

Crisoforo Aguilar

Set Production Assistant

Kristina Allison

Song Performer

Jesus Alvarez

Construction

Robert Ambrose

Set Production Assistant

Kirsten Anderson

Accounting Assistant

Frederick Apolito

Props

John Armstrong

Transportation Captain

Michael Ash

Cgi Artist

Beth Bargas

Accounting Assistant

Daniel Barnz

Other

Brian Battles

Digital Effects Artist

Robin Beauchesne

Makeup Artist

Pablo Beltran Ruiz

Song

Jessica Bendinger

Screenplay

Jessica Bendinger

Story By

Odin Benitez

Dialogue Editor

Dena Berman

Casting Assistant

Kelly Berry

Art Department

Jeff Biggers

Music Engineer

James P. Bittl

Greensman

Sally Boldt

Music Editor

Mark W J Borg

Props

Steve Borgese

Greensman

Freddy Bouciegues

Stunts

David Boulton

Adr Mixer

Chumahan Bowen

Assistant

Risa Bramon Garcia

Casting Director

Eddie Brega

Production Assistant

Susannah Brengel

Production Accountant

Danny Bress

Set Production Assistant

Brooke Brooks

Assistant

Jim Brookshire

Dialogue Editor

Scott Browner

Camera Operator

Jeanette Browning

Adr

Jane Bulmer

Assistant

Grecco Buratto

Song

Grecco Buratto

Soloist

Damon E Burke

Set Production Assistant

Elika Burns

Background Painter

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutter

Dieter Busch

Assistant Director

Michelle Butler

Digital Effects Artist

Jeff Cadiente

Stunts

Rick Canelli

Adr

Dennis Cante

Construction

Jose Carrasco

Construction

John Carrington

Soloist

Michael Carroll

Plasterer

Michael P Casey

Swing Gang

Denise Chamian

Casting

Tim Chau

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Tim Chau

Sound Designer

Tim Chau

Supervising Sound Editor

Jim Chesney

Transportation Coordinator

Krissopher Chevannes

Adr

Richard Chew

Editor

Rodney Cinkan

Painter

Pierre Ciofassa

Set Costumer

Sarah Coatts

Visual Effects Producer

Samuel M. Cobb

Medic

Chuck Coffman

Swing Gang

Nina Colman

Other

S. R. Conger

Accounting Assistant

Michael Connor

Assistant

Michael Connors

Dolly Grip

Bridget Cook

Plasterer

Damacio Cortez Jr.

Plasterer

Iraina Crenshaw

Hair Stylist

Robert Cribbett

Compositing Supervisor

Joseph Crinko

Music Conductor

Peter Croyle

Props

Michael Cruickshank

Loader

Patrick Cyccone Jr.

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Gary L Dagg

Key Grip

Julia Dahl

Other

J J Dashinaw

Stunts

John Davis

Producer

Karina Desin

Visual Effects

Rhonda Devictor

Production Coordinator

Linda Difranco

Dialogue Editor

Anthony Dono

Stunts

Jeffrey Downer

Executive Producer

David Dragan

Props

Brennan Dufresne

Casting Director

Matt Dusk

Song Performer

Damon Elliott

Music Producer

Damon Elliott

Song Performer

Damon Elliott

Music Arranger

Damon Elliott

Song

David Elliott

Song

David Elliott

Song Performer

Kevin Ellis

Digital Effects Artist

Todd Ellis

Property Master

Colby Enders

Assistant Editor

Randy Ericksen

Swing Gang

Damon Everett

Props

Conny Fauser

Color

Joseph R. Feeney

Transportation Co-Captain

David Fernandez

Costumer

Margeaux Fernandez

Song Performer

Matthew Ferreira

Swing Gang

Marisa Ferrey

Assistant Director

Dorothy Fields

Song

Tom Fox

Cable Operator

Melinda Frank

Construction

George Galicia

Foreman

Maritza L Garcia-roddy

Costume Supervisor

Miranda Garrison

Choreographer

Albert Gasser

Foley Editor

Serge Genitempo

Painter

Nerses Gezalyan

Foley Mixer

Norman Gimbel

Song

Eric Glasser

Set Production Assistant

Wyck Godfrey

Producer

Matt Golden

Storyboard Artist

Tim Gomes

Painter

Tony Gomes

Painter

Jared Gosselin

Song

Jared Gosselin

Music Producer

Laura Graham

Adr Editor

Jane E. Graves

Assistant Location Manager

Macy Gray

Song Performer

David Grimaldi

Sound Effects Editor

Allison Gross

Swing Gang

Lisa Guerriero

Assistant Camera

Randall Guth

Assistant Sound Editor

Chris Haarhoff

Steadicam Operator

Chris Haarhoff

Camera Operator

Mark Hadland

Electrician

Brian Hahn

Props

James Halty

Stunts

Alexander Hammond

Production Designer

Ove Hanson

Soloist

Jason Harrell

Props

Barbara Harris

Voice Casting

Kimberly Harris

Adr Editor

Laura Harris

Dialogue Editor

Lorenzo Harris

Set Costumer

John Hartigan

Special Effects Coordinator

Ross S Harvey

Painter

Michael Hatzer

Color Timer

Judy Heinzen

Assistant Location Manager

Gordon Henderson

Music

Raygan T Henley

Art Department

Ali Hileman

Assistant

Al Hobbs

Set Designer

Petra Holtorf

Visual Effects Producer

Sean Householder

Music Arranger

Norman Howell

Stunts

Anthony Imperato

Props

Bradley Inaba

Costumer

Chris Ingram

Assistant Sound Editor

Joel Iwataki

Music Engineer

Kevin Lamont Jackson

Stunts

Simon James

Soloist

Peter Jameson

Props

Francine Jamison-tanchuck

Costume Designer

Robert Janiger

Sound Mixer

Nils C Jensen

Supervising Sound Editor

Nils C Jensen

Sound Designer

Melissa Jimenez

Song

Melissa Jimenez

Song Performer

Kristin Johnson

Matte Painter

Tina Johnson

Assistant

Michael Jonascu

Foley Editor

Carlton Kaller

Music Editor

Michael Kamen

Song

Michael Kamen

Music

Doc Kane

Adr Mixer

Glenn D Kaplan

Assistant Camera

Mike Karz

Producer

David Kasubowski

Craft Service

David Katz

Video

Bevin Kaye

Stunts

David Kennedy

Visual Effects

Charles Kern

Painter

Jerome Kern

Song

Marc Klein

Other

Kate Kondell

Screenplay

Kim K Kono

Electrician

Kory Kruckenberg

Music Engineer

Toyomichi Kurita

Director Of Photography

Toyomichi Kurita

Other

Jen Lansky

Casting Assistant

Jay Leno

Other

Annalisa Levin

Makeup Artist

Jay Levy

Assistant Camera

Lanette Little

Key Costumer

Christine Loss

Photography

Michael Lowrance

Electrician

Joe Lozano

Greensman

Elizabeth Ludwick

Script Supervisor

Dickinson Luke

Best Boy Electric

Jeffrey Macvittie

Casting Assistant

Margaret M Makris

Extras Casting Assistant

Shawn Makris

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Mark L. Mangino

Dialogue Editor

John Manocchia

Rigging Gaffer

Catherine Marcotte

Hair Stylist

Richard Martinez

Construction

Film Details

Also Known As
My Date With the President's Daughter
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2004
Production Company
Tom Fox
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 44m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall September 24, 2004

Released in United States on Video January 25, 2005

Kodak

Released in United States Fall September 24, 2004

Released in United States on Video January 25, 2005