Daddy Day Care

Daddy Day Care
Daddy Day Care

Year

2003

Duration

88 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

When dads Charlie and Phil find themselves out of work, they decide to put their free time to productive use by opening up a day care centre. Taking care of lots of kids proves to be harder than they imagined and their are lots of mishaps along the way but eventully It's a hit with kids and parents, much to the annoyance of the head of super-strict rival nursery, Miss Gwyneth Harridan. Funny and very entertaining.

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Contains mild comic violence and language.

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