The Really Big Family
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|The Really Big Family|
|Directed by||Alexander Grasshoff|
|Produced by||Sam Farnsworth
|Written by||Arthur Bramble
|Narrated by||Henry Fonda|
|Edited by||John Soh|
The Really Big Family is a 1966 American documentary film directed by Alexander Grasshoff about the Dukes family of Seattle, who had 18 children. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
- "NY Times: The Really Big Family". NY Times. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
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