Three Men and a Little Lady (film) A sequel to Three Men and a Baby, taking up the story five years later, with the three bachelors—Peter, Michael, and Jack—having settled into a comfortable functioning household with the little girl, Mary, and her single mom, Sylvia. Their five-part harmony is shaken when Sylvia agrees to appear in a play in London, directed by the man she has decided to marry, and to take Mary with her to live there permanently. The three men soon discover how empty their lives are without Mary and go to great lengths to stop the wedding, bring Mary back to New York, and, coincidentally, find the perfect husband for Sylvia. Released on November 21, 1990. Directed by Emile Ardolino. A Touchstone Picture. 100 min. Stars Tom Selleck (Peter), Steve Guttenberg (Michael), Ted Danson (Jack), Nancy Travis (Sylvia), Christopher Cazenove (Edward), Fiona Shaw (Miss Lomax), Sheila Hancock (Vera). Filmed in the Los Angeles and New York areas, and in London and Banbury in Britain’s Cotswolds. Released on video in 1991.