Interesting Details Fans Noticed In Movies About Dads That We Definitely Missed

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Of all the movie genres out there, one major favorite amongst fans will always be movies about dads. Fatherhood and father figures in film has been a staple for years, whether it's about dads finding their way back to their families or the stuggle between them, people are forever interested. More than a few fans of the genre managed to spot some truly interesting details in the best movies about dads.

Check out these details from movies about dads that were spotted by fans, and don't forget to vote!


  • 1
    11 VOTES

    Clark Griswold Is Wearing The Same Color Suit As The Car He's There To Buy In 'National Lampoon's Vacation'

    From Redditor u/DrChasco:

    In National Lampoon's Vacation, while telling the car dealer that "I'm not your ordinary everyday fool," Clark Griswold is wearing the same color suit as the car he's there to buy: the antarctic blue super sports wagon ("with the CB and optional rally fun pack" of course).

    11 votes
  • 2
    19 VOTES

    A Man Calls His Father In A Touching Way During 'Big Daddy'

    From Redditor u/GoblinKnight:

    In Big Daddy, when everyone in the courtroom is calling their fathers to tell them they love them. You can see the man in the green hat bow his head to pray to his dad and tell him he loves him.

    19 votes
  • 3
    7 VOTES

    George Miscalculates The Cost Of The Buns In 'Father Of The Bride'

    From Redditor u/shade879:

    In Father of the Bride, when George Banks doesn’t want to pay for ”superfluous hotdog buns,” he pulls 4 out of the 12 packs, and gets three of the packs, adding up to 24, which he could have gotten with two 12 packs.

    7 votes
  • 4
    8 VOTES

    The Family's Last Name In 'Cheaper By The Dozen' Was Chosen With Purpose

    From Redditor u/ConfigurationalCan:

    I just realized that in Cheaper by the Dozen, their last name was Baker which means that they were a “Baker’s Dozen”.

    8 votes
  • 5
    8 VOTES

    A Cardboard Cut Out Of Ted Danson Can Be Seen In 'Three Men And A Baby'

    From Redditor u/CopeNbacon:

    In Three Men and a Baby, there is a scene that includes in the background a cardboard cutout of Ted Danson, who also shares the scene.

    8 votes
  • 6
    6 VOTES

    The Song Armand Chooses Before Dinner In 'The Birdcage' Has Significance

    From Redditor u/yumyumapollo:

    During the dinner party scene in The Birdcage, Armand leads everyone in a rendition of "I Could Have Danced All Night" from My Fair Lady. Both the musical and this scene center around someone perceived as classless and lowly pretending to fit into "high society".

    6 votes