Father of Four: Living Large Trailer

Father of Four: Living Large Trailer (2006)

10 November 2006 Comedy, Family 90 mins

It's summer, it's sunny and it's Sunday. The car is packed, and Dad and the kids are on the way to Bornholm on vacation. But then comes the postman with a registered letter to Uncle Donald. He has inherited an estate on Funen, and he must urgently turn to take over the castle.

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International Releases Dates

Germany 10 November 2006

Denmark 25 December 2006

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