Cheaper by the Dozen (1950 film)

1950 film by Walter Lang

Cheaper by the Dozen is a 1950 film about growing up in a family with 12 children in Montclair, New Jersey.

Directed by Walter Lang. Written by Lamar Trotti, based on the 1948 book Cheaper by the Dozen by Frank Gilbreth.
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Frank Bunker Gilbreth edit

  • No person with inner dignity is ever embarrassed.

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Repairman: All those kids yours, mister. Or is this a picnic?
Frank: They're all mine and believe me, it's no picnic!

Man on street: Hey, Noah. What are you doing with that Ark?
Frank: Collecting animals like the good Lord told me brother. All we need now is a jackass. Hop in!

Mailman: All those kids yours?
Frank: Oh, these aren't so many. You ought to see the ones we left behind.
Mailman: How you ever feed them?
Frank: Oh, they come cheaper by the dozen.

Frank: [escorting Anne out of the house on her first date] I know it's not your fault, Lillie, but things would have been a whole lot easier if you'd taken my advice and had all boys.
Lillian: I'm sorry, dear. I'll try to be more careful with the next dozen.

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