3 Men and a Little Lady


1h 40m 1990

Brief Synopsis

Sequel to "Three Men and a Baby," set six years later, when the three bachelors journey to England to stop the wedding of Sylvia (the mother of Mary the baby) to a British director.

Film Details

Also Known As
Tels peres, telle fille, Tre Scapoli e Una Bimba, Tre män och en liten tjej
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Romantic Comedy
Sequel
Release Date
1990
Production Company
Charles Bond
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Stratford-upon-Avon, England, United Kingdom; New York City, New York, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 40m

Synopsis

Sequel to "Three Men and a Baby," set six years later, when the three bachelors journey to England to stop the wedding of Sylvia (the mother of Mary the baby) to a British director.

Crew

Eugene H Anderson

Property Master Assistant

Shelley Anderson

Assistant

Barry Bedig

Property Master

Bruce Bell

Foley Mixer

Yudi Bennett

Assistant Director

Michael A Benson

Camera Operator

Lon Bentley

Makeup

Lon Bentley

Hair

Chris Boardman

Original Music

Charles Bond

Cable Operator

Marc Boyle

Stunts

Bob Bradshaw

Sound Editor

Jim Brennan

Location Manager

Gary A Brostrom

Grip

Richard Burton

Sound Editor

John Caglione Jr.

Makeup

David E Campbell

Sound

Roberto M Carneiro

Costumes

Andrea Clark

Stand-In

Lawrence Clayton

Foreman

Bill Clevenger

Assistant Camera Operator

Stan Cockerell

Property Master Assistant

Robert Cort

Producer

Paul Deason

Unit Production Manager

Brad Dechter

Original Music

Steve Dent

Stunts

Carolyn Montes Deoca

Assistant Editor

Doug Drexler

Makeup

Gordon Ecker

Sound Editor

Todd Egan

Sound Editor

Ted Field

Producer

Jonathan Filey

Production Manager

Louise Frogley

Costume Designer

Leslie Gaulin

Foley Editor

Davidson Gelb

Graphic Designer

Hector Gika

Sound Editor

Scott Goodrich

Assistant Camera Operator

Antoinette Gordon

Set Designer

Robert Gray

Key Grip

Adam Greenberg

Director Of Photography

Adam Greenberg

Other

David M Haber

Art Director

Don Hartley

Dolly Grip

Harold Hathaway

Electrician

Christy Hebble

Production Assistant

Gary Hecker

Foley Artist

George Herthel

Location Manager

Sy Hollands

Stunts

James Newton Howard

Music

Bill K. Hoyt

Other

Holly Huckins

Adr Editor

Michele Imperato-stabile

Production Coordinator

Scott D Jackson

Foley Editor

Ellen Jacoby

Casting

Jennifer Neysa Jew

Assistant Editor

Michael A Johnson

Production

Roger W Kirby

Auditor

Beth Evin Klein

Production Assistant

Charles Darin Knight

Sound Mixer

Jono Kouzouyan

Gaffer

John Kwiatkowski

Sound Editor

Adria Later

Other

Lee Lemont

Adr Editor

Jean-francois Lepetit

Executive Producer

John Leveque

Sound Editor

Fred Lucky

Visual Effects

Thomas L Lupo

Stunt Man

Thomas L Lupo

Stunts

Neil A Machlis

Coproducer

Michael Mason

Music

David Mayreis

Costumes

Josann Mcgibbon

Story By

Josann Mcgibbon

From Story

Cheryl Mchugh

Assistant

Anthony R Milch

Sound Editor

Emanuel Millar

Hair

Robert Mills

Makeup

Cheri Minns

Makeup

Keith Moore

Stand-In

Edson Moreno

Swing Gang

Shawn Murphy

Music

Randy Musselman

Transportation Captain

John Nordlum

Stunts

John Nordlum

Stand-In

Carol A. O'connell

Hair

Diane O'connor

Art Assistant

Lucille Ouyang

Assistant Director

David A Pacheco

Other

Marty Paich

Music Conductor

Sara Parriott

Screenplay

Sara Parriott

Story By

Sara Parriott

From Story

Tim Pedegana

Assistant

Dan Peltier

Camera Assistant

Dan Peltier

Other

Joseph Perugini

Other

Charlie Peters

Screenplay

Randy Peters

Transportation Coordinator

Mark Poll

Set Designer

Patrick A Poston

Construction

Rick Rader

Dolly Grip

Richard Ratliff

Special Effects Coordinator

John T Reitz

Sound

Ethel Richards

Set Decorator

John Richards

Music

Rick J Roesch

Production Assistant

Susie Rossito

Stand-In

Katie Rowe

Foley Artist

Gregg Rudloff

Sound

Sean Rush

Boom Operator

Michael Sax

Stand-In

Steve Schwalbe

Sound Editor

Mary Selway

Casting

Coline Serreau

Story By

Coline Serreau

From Story

Tandi Slater

Production Auditor

Michael St Hilaire

Camera Operator

Ilene Starger

Casting

Michael A Stevenson

Editor

Becky Sullivan

Adr Editor

Shawn Sykora

Foley Editor

Jeffrey Thomas

Other

Robert Thurlwell

Craft Service

Sig Tinglof

Set Designer

Anthony Tomro

Other

Gene Trindl

Photography

Cynnie Troup

Script Supervisor

Chantal Jacob Tynes

Costumes

Wally Uchida

Location Assistant

Manuel Valenzuela

Production

Gabriela Vasquez

Assistant Director

Kimberly Lowe Voight

Sound Editor

Scott Michael Warner

Video Assist/Playback

Jim Weidman

Music Editor

Mary Weir

Costumes

Vincent Winter

Production Manager

Alysa Wishingrad

Casting

Kim Wozniak

Assistant

Robert E Wozniak

Auditor

Stuart Wurtzel

Production Designer

Richard E Yawn

Sound Editor

Mort Zwicker

Construction Coordinator

Film Details

Also Known As
Tels peres, telle fille, Tre Scapoli e Una Bimba, Tre män och en liten tjej
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Romantic Comedy
Sequel
Release Date
1990
Production Company
Charles Bond
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Stratford-upon-Avon, England, United Kingdom; New York City, New York, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 40m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall November 21, 1990

Began shooting April 10, 1990.

Completed shooting July 17, 1990.

Released in United States Fall November 21, 1990