Cheaper By The Dozen

Cheaper By The Dozen
Cheaper By The Dozen

Year

1950

Duration

82 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Drama, Family

Language

English

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If you've got more than one sibling, you'll know that big families can be lively, but imagine 11 brothers and sisters all competing for their parents attention! That's the situation in this comforting family comedy, based on the exploits of the real-life Gilbreth family as they travel from Rhode Island to New Jersey in the early 20th century. If you like watching Myrna Loy on screen (she plays the mother), be sure to check out the role for which she's most famous - as a wise-cracking detective in The Thin Man (1934).

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