DVD 128 mins IMDB
PG (Parental Guidance)
The Parent Trap
Buena Vista (1998)
In Collection
#326

Seen It:
Yes
Comedy, Family, Romance
USA  /  English

Lindsay Lohan Hallie Parker/Annie James
Dennis Quaid Nicholas Parker
Natasha Richardson Elizabeth James
Elaine Hendrix Meredith Blake
Lisa Ann Walter Chessy
Simon Kunz Martin
Polly Holliday Marva Kulp, Sr.
Maggie Wheeler Marva Kulp, Jr.
Ronnie Stevens Charles James
Erin Mackey Hallie/Annie Acting Double

Director Nancy Meyers
Producer Charles Shyer; Bruce A. Block
Writer Nancy Meyers; Charles Shyer

The story revolves around two identical twins Hallie Parker (Lindsay Lohan) and Annie James (Lindsay Lohan). Though they are sisters but have never met each other since their parents got divorced. Hallie is a very bold and cool girl and lives in California and Annie is a sweet girl and lives in London. Both are unaware of each others existence and also Hallie is unaware of her mother Elizabeth James (Natasha Richardson) and Annie about her father Nick Parker (Dennis Quaid). However by chance they meet each other in a summer camp and realize the truth behind their separation. Then they make a plan and interchange their places. Hallie goes to her mother’s house and Annie to her father’s house. However in the course of events they realize that their father is engaged to a lady who is after his money. Both Hallie and Annie then decide to unite their parents at any cost. They work really very hard to get their family back.

Edition Details
Edition Special Edition
Barcode 786936281644
Region Region 1
Release Date 5/31/2005
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Fullscreen (4:3, Letterboxed)
Anamorphic Widescreen (1.85:1)
Subtitles French
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]
Dolby Digital 5.1 [French]
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1

Features
"Updating a Classic" - a look at the making of The Parent Trap Deleted Scene "Meeting the Queen" - with optional director commentary "How Hallie Became Annie" Featurette "Accent on Fun" Audio commentary with Producer/Screenwriter Charles Shyer and Director/Screenwriter Nancy Meyers