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Two big families merge into one super-sized brood in this comedy. Frank Beardsley (Dennis Quaid) is a naval officer who has been raising eight children on his own after the death of his wife, and while he loves his kids, he rules his household with military precision. Frank has been alone just long enough that he decides it's time to start dating again, and he agrees to be set up on a blind date for a social function. To his surprise, his date turns out to be Helen North (Rene Russo), a girl he dated years ago when they were both in high school who, like Frank, lost her spouse not long ago. The old chemistry clicks anew for Helen and Frank, and he asks her to marry him. However, there's just a bit of a problem -- Helen is caring for ten children of her own, six of whom were adopted, and her artistic temperament makes for a very different household than Frank and his kids are used to. Frank and Helen decide to give this grand experiment a try, but the 18 siblings don't get along at all well at first, until they decide to set aside their differences and unite against a common foe -- their folks. Yours, Mine & Ours is a remake of a 1968 comedy of the same name, which starred Henry Fonda and Lucille Ball as the newlywed parents. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:November 23, 2005

Cast

Dennis Quaid
as Frank Beardsley
Rene Russo
as Helen North
Rip Torn
as Commandant Sherman
Linda Hunt
as Mrs. Munion
Jerry O'Connell
as Max
David Koechner
as Darrell
George Lopez
Tyler Patrick Jones
as Beardsley child
Drake Bell
as North child
Sean Faris
as Beardsley child
Katija Pevec
as Beardsley child
Dean Collins
as Beardsley child
Haley Ramm
as Beardsley child
Brecken Palmer
as Beardsley child
Bridger Palmer
as Beardsley child
Ty Panitz
as Beardsley child
Danielle Panabaker
as North child
Miki Ishikawa
as North child
Slade Pearce
as North child
Lil' J.J.
as North Child
Miranda Cosgrove
as North child
Andrew Vo
as North child
Jennifer Habib
as North child
Jessica Habib
as North child
Nicholas Roget-King
as North child
Sean Faris
as Beardsley child
Dean Collins
as Beardsley child
Miranda Cosgrove
as North child
Slade Pearce
as North child
Katija Pevec
as Beardsley child
Danielle Panabaker
as North child
Jessica Habib
as North child
Lil' J.J.
as North Child
Jennifer Habib
as North child
Andrew Vo
as North child
Bridger Palmer
as Beardsley child
Miki Ishikawa
as North child
Haley Ramm
as Beardsley child
Ty Panitz
as Beardsley child
Tyler Patrick Jones
as Beardsley child
Drake Bell
as North child
Brecken Palmer
as Beardsley child

Crew

Raja Gosnell
Director
Michael Nathanson
Producer
Robert Simonds
Producer
Ron Burch
Screenwriter
David Kidd
Screenwriter
Theo Van de Sande
Cinematographer
Spring Aspers
Musical Direction/Supervision
Christophe Beck
Composer (Music Score)
Bruce Green
Editor
Stephen A. Rotter
Editor
Linda de Scenna
Production Designer
Jim Nedza
Art Director
Kim Zubick
Co-producer
Tracey Trench
Executive Producer
Ira Shuman
Executive Producer
Marie-Sylvie Deveau
Costume Designer
Kelly Berry
Set Decorator
Ric Mcelvin
Set Decorator
David Wyman
Sound/Sound Designer
Mary Vernieu
Casting
Shalimar Reodica
Casting
Melville Shavelson
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