Mrs. Doubtfire

The first film, to our knowledge, to propose cross-dressing as a form of marriage therapy, MRS. DOUBTFIRE became one of the biggest hits of 1993, grossing over $220 million at the US box office. Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams) is a San Francisco voice-over artist whose "principles" (read--New Age posturing) and "love of life" (read--infuriating childishness) more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (2 Credits)
Leslie Dixon
Source (1 Credit)
Anne Fine
Producer (3 Credits)
Marsha Garces Williams
Exec. Producer (2 Credits)
Matthew Rushton
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Donald McAlpine
Editor (2 Credits)
Alexandra Fitzpatrick
Musical Composer (1 Credit)
Production Designer (1 Credit)
Angelo Graham
Art Director (1 Credit)
W. Steven Graham
Set Decorator (5 Credits)
Garrett Lewis
Harold Fuhrman
Robert Goldstein
Steve Saklad
Steve Wolff
Costumes (1 Credit)
Marit Allen
Casting (2 Credits)
Special Effects (1 Credit)
John McLeod
Sound (2 Credits)
Nelson Stoll
Make Up (3 Credits)
Pamela Westmore
Stunts (1 Credit)