Narrated by the oldest daughter (Jeanne Crain), the story follows a series of family crises over the years: from how the children over-whelmed their new school's administration office, to the time they threw a hospital into chaos when they arrived for a mass tonsillectomy. There's even a memorable encounter with a birth control advocate. Simultaneously hilarious and sentimental, "Cheaper by the Dozen is a family comedy in the truest sense.
still enjoyable but in today's world it seems to lost some of its appeal and humor. The stress on economy of time spent seems equally regrettable today.Published 23 months ago by Ronald S. Jackson
Coming from a family of 9 kids, I can relate to this. Where I grew up in Winooski, Vermont back in the 50's & 60's, it was normal to see large families. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Aline M Carley
I had just seen this movie on television, and thought i would check with Amazon to see if they had it. I was so glad that they did
Thank you! I loved it!
I saw this movie years ago, on television, and liked it then. I enjoyed it just as much when I watched the DVD of it I recently purchased. Read morePublished on May 19 2004