- Rated: PG
- Run Time: 1 hours, 42 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: April 2, 2002
- Originally Released: 1988
- Label: Walt Disney Video
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen - 1.85
- Aspect Ratio: Letterbox - 1.85
- Additional Release Material:
- Interactive Features:
- Interactive Menus
- Scene Access
Performers, Cast and Crew:
New York Times - 11/25/1987
"...A dependable sense of fun....Danson stands out as the cut-up..."
Variety - 11/25/1987
"...[The] film is a good showcase for the comic abilities of this threesome..."
Los Angeles Times - 11/25/1987
"...Both the babies and the lighting are expert....THREE MEN strikes a funny chord..."
A remake of the hit French comedy "Trois Hommes et un Couffin" ("Three Men and a Cradle") about a trio of confirmed bachelors who unexpectedly discover the joys of fatherhood when a baby is left on their doorstep. The three men -- an actor, an architect and a cartoonist -- share a swanky pad where they entertain a steady succession of one-night stands. This all changes when a woman appears at their apartment one day with the actor's illegitimate infant. Dad happens to be out of town at the time, so it's up to his two woefully inexperienced roommates to deal with the baby that has been abandoned to their care.
The efforts of three confirmed bachelors to care for the infant offspring of one of them provides for some comical and heartwarming situations, especially because the infant is a girl. Remake of the French film "3 Men and a Cradle."
- Color by DeLuxe; filmed in Panavision.
- Estimated budget of $15 million.
- FilmNet (pay TV -- Belgium/Denmark/Sweden/Norway/Finland)
- Filmed in Kleinberg and Toronto, Ontario, Canada; New York City, and Los Angeles, California.
- Began shooting April 20, 1987; completed shooting June 26, 1987. Released in the USA November 25, 1987; released on video November 15, 1988.
- Twins Lisa and Michelle Blair played the baby Mary.
- Remake of the successful 1985 French comedy "Trois Hommes et un Couffin" directed by Coline Serreau. Serreau was slated to direct the American version but withdrew from the project.
- Rated BBFC PG by the British Board of Film Censors.