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The original: 

Three Men and a Baby/Little Lady (1987/1990)

Directed by: 

Leonard Nimoy (ST 3: The Search for Spock, ST 4: The Voyage Home, The Good Mother)  / 

Emile Ardolino (Dirty Dancing, Sister Act, Chances Are) 


Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, Ted Danson, Nancy Travis, Sheila Hancock, Fiona Shaw 

What's it about?

Three confirmed bachelors have their worlds turned upside down and inside out when a baby is left on their doorstep. 


…Do they find what it means to be responsible? Sort of. 

…Do they discover there’s more to life than having fun? In a manner of speaking. 

…Do they become better, richer people? Not really, to be honest. 


None the less, this is a fun film, with likeable performances from the three leads, light direction from Nimoy, and lots of jokes about how baby poo is smelly. 

A silly but likeable sequel follows our heroes and their now five-year-old ‘daughter’, as they travel to England, insult the locals and one of them finds love. 


…Is the world crying out for a third part?   We’ll get back to you. 

“There's a quarter of a million dollars in heroin in the diaper pail and the new baby wipes are in the hall cabinet.” 


“Jack has a baby?” 

“I realise such a concept tends to negate our belief in a benevolent God, but yes.” 


“I’ll give you a thousand dollars if you do it.” 

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The pitch: "Come up with a trilogy capper to round Three Men And A Baby and Three Men And A Little Lady."

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