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My Date with the President's Daughter

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My Date with the President's Daughter
My Date with the President's Daughter.jpg
VHS cover
Written byWilliam Robertson
Alex Zamm
Directed byAlex Zamm
StarringDabney Coleman
Will Friedle
Elisabeth Harnois
Mimi Kuzyk
Jay Thomas
Theme music composerChris Hajian
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Production
ProducerKevin Inch
CinematographyAlbert J. Dunk
EditorJimmy Hill
Running time93 minutes
Production companiesKarz Entertainment
Walt Disney Television
DistributorBuena Vista Television
Release
Original networkABC
Original releaseApril 19, 1998 (1998-04-19)

My Date with the President's Daughter is a 1998 American made-for-television romantic comedy film produced by Walt Disney Television and premiered as part of ABC's revival of The Wonderful World of Disney. It was shot in various locations around Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was directed by Alex Zamm and starred Dabney Coleman, Will Friedle, and Elisabeth Harnois.[1] It debuted on the ABC network on April 19, 1998.[2]

Plot

Duncan Fletcher (Will Friedle) is an average teenager in search of a date to his school's spring dance due to a bet he made with his friends, Larry and Arthur. At the mall, he meets a girl named Hallie (Elisabeth Harnois), who happens to be the daughter of the President of the United States, George Richmond (Dabney Coleman), hiding from the Secret Service after she snuck off during one of the presidential campaigns. Duncan, not realizing this, asks her to his school's dance. She accepts and gives him her address.

At the White House, as Hallie tells her father about her date, the president refuses to let her go out due to a fundraiser tonight, but after a brief discussion with his wife and first lady, Carol Richmond (Mimi Kuzyk), he reluctantly complies.

That night, Duncan's family prepare to throw a house party for his father's company. As Duncan tells his family about his date, he asks his father, Charles Fletcher (Jay Thomas), if he could borrow the company car, a red BMW 525i. His father declines, but Duncan takes the company car anyway and goes to Hallie's to pick her up, only to end up at the White House. When he enters, Hallie has Duncan meet her father, and Duncan is informed that there are limitations on where they can and cannot go, and that the Secret Service will be with them the entire time. Though Hallie says that she and Duncan are only going to dinner and a movie, she and Duncan sneak away from the Secret Service at the movie theater after pretending to share a kiss on the floor. Once the Secret Service agents realize that they are missing, they call Director Dan Thornhill (Frank Moore), whom then informs the president. Once the president learns of this, he orders for Duncan's family to be brought to the fundraiser.

Having successfully escaped the Secret Service, Hallie and Duncan have stopped at a store called F/X to get some new clothes to wear on their date. While Hallie tries on many outfits in the dressing room, Duncan buys a holographic ring from a conventional gumball machine during his wait. Hallie emerges from the dressing room, now wearing a sexy pink mini-dress. She then picks an outfit for Duncan - an expensive leather coat. However, before they can go to the dance, Hallie wants to go to a new night club that opened recently called Club Alien.

During the house party at the Fletcher's residence, Mr. Fletcher realized that Duncan disobeyed him after he noticed the company car missing in the garage and tries to hide this from his boss, Herb. The family is then visited by the Secret Service, who inform them that Duncan has ran away with the president's daughter and orders them to see the president at the fundraiser. The Secret Service men also informed them that Duncan and Hallie were last seen driving in a red BMW that Herb overhears and is immediately cross with Charles for letting his son drive the company car.

While Hallie drives to Club Alien in Duncan's vehicle, they stop at a red light and encounter trouble with a truck of red necks who flirt at Hallie, much to her annoyance. Hallie warns the red necks to back off, as she believes that Duncan would defend her from them, prompting one of the red necks to threaten Duncan. However, Duncan urges Hallie to run the red light, accidentally treading over the redneck's foot.

As they encounter many obstacles throughout the night, both their fathers search for them through the city, resulting in their arrest for a traffic violation when a traffic cop fails to recognize the President, although they are released later by their families. Duncan and Hallie both manage to return home safely, but are unhappy as they realize after their first kiss how much they like each other.

Though they never make it to the dance, Duncan feels satisfied with the outcome of the date. Though Duncan's father grounds him, after he cooled off for a bit, he is no longer grounded and he begins to spend more time with his son until he learns that Duncan used his father's credit card to pay for the outfits from F/X. Duncan loses the bet and pays his friends, since he did not bring Hallie with him. When President Richmond arrives at Duncan's school to thank him for Hallie's date, he allows Duncan to continue seeing Hallie and strikes up a friendship with Duncan's family. As a result, Duncan's reputation at school improves from his status as the boyfriend of the President's daughter and Duncan's father is promoted at work after his boss is allowed to meet the President and play golf with him. Hallie and Duncan are able to pursue a real relationship and happily go on a second date with the President's approval and the Secret Service SUVs and Marine One accompanying them.

Cast

Soundtrack

The film featured the song "My Date with the President's Daughter" by the band the Presidents of the United States of America, describing events similar to those in the plot. The film also features the jazz song "Moonlight Magic" performed by Alan Moorhouse.

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