Mrs. DoubtfireMrs. Doubtfire (1993) Feature Length Theatrical FilmFeature Length Theatrical Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Blue Wolf, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
- Animated Characters: Pudgie Parakeet, Grunge the Cat.
Characters (Live Action): Daniel Hillard/Mrs. Euphegenia Doubtfire, Miranda Hillard, Stuart "Stu" Dunmeyer, Uncle Frank Hillard, Gloria Chaney, Lydia "Lydie" Hillard, Christopher "Chris" Hillard, Natalie "Nattie" Hillard, Jonathan Lundy, Mrs. Sellner - the Social Worker, Aunt Jack Hillard, Bus Driver, Justin Gregory, A.D.R. Director Lou, Cop, Judge, Miranda's Attorney, Daniel's Attorney, Granny "Warden" - Miranda's Mother, Alice, Thug, Stunning Woman, Delivery Boy, Ron, Bartender, Lundy's Secretary, Maitre D', Cook, Head Chef, Housekeeper, T.V. Director, Mr. Sprinkles - the Mailman, Puppeteer, "Kovacs" the Chimp, Lundy's Waiter, Stuart's Waiter, Man in Men's Room, Hostess Tanya, Woman in Restroom, T.V. Boss, Waitress, Restaurant Guest, Employees, Valets, Staring Boys.
- Awards: Academy Award, Best Makeup, Greg Cannom, Ve Neill and Yolanda Toussieng, 1994.
Golden Globe, Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical, 1994.
Golden Globe, Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical, Robin Williams, 1994.
Nominee, BAFTA Film Award, Best Make Up/Hair, Greg Cannom, Ve Neill and Yolanda Toussieng, 1994.
People's Choice Award, Favorite Comedy Motion Picture, 1994.
ASCAP Award, Top Box Office Films, Howard Shore, 1994.
American Comedy Awar, Funniest Actor in a Motion Picture (Leading Role), Robin Williams, 1994.
Nominee, Artios, Best Casting for Feature Film, Comedy, Jane Jenkins and Janet Hirshenson, 1994.
MTV Movie Award, Best Comedic Performance, Robin Williams, 1994.
Nominee, MTV Movie Award, Best Male Performance, Robin Williams, 1994.
Nominee, Young Artist Award, Best Family Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical, 1995.
Nominee, Young Artist Award, Best Performance by a Young Actor Co-Starring in a Motion Picture, Matthew Lawrence, 1995.
Nominee, Young Artist Award, Best Performance by a Young Actress Co-Starring in a Motion Picture, Lisa Jakub, 1995.
Golden Screen, 20th Century Fox (Distributor), Germany, 1994.
Silver Ribbon Best Dubbing, Male (Migliore Doppiaggio Maschile), Carlo Valli, For the Voice of Robin Williams, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, 1995.
- Originally Released in 1993.
- Running Time: 125 minutes.
Cartoon Production Information:
Jones said in an interview ("A Conversation with Legendary Animator Chuck Jones," a bonus on the DVD release) that when director Chris Columbus asked for a Sylvester and Tweety spoof, he was reluctant to spoof his own studio's creations. He told Columbus that he might as well ask Disney to spoof Mickey Mouse. But eventually, Jones decided to give it a go.
This film grossed $219.2 million in the United States and another $204 million in other countries worldwide.
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