#10: Who could argue that Jack (Michael Keaton) in Mr. Mom went above and beyond the call of fatherly duty, in the most lovable and charming way possible? Come on, using breast milk in your coffee? Comedy gold!
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#9: Although strict, Captain Von Trapp from The Sound of Music was a pretty great dad. I mean, he helped his family escape from the Nazis. What have YOU done with your life?
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#8: Marlin from Finding Nemo searched the vast expanse of the ocean, fought hungry sharks and put up with Dory for far too long in the search for his missing son. That makes him an A-OK dad in our books.
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#7: In Armageddon, Harry Stamper (Bruce Willis) sacrifices his own life to save his daughter's future husband and...oh yeah...EARTH AND ALL OF MANKIND. Pretty heroic don't cha think?
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#6: Noah Levenstein (Eugene Levy) in American Pie may have been a little clueless, but he loved his son despite the perverse things he liked to do with apple pies.
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#5: Poor Mufasa in The Lion King. He didn't have much time to be a father to Simba. But when he was, he was the ultimate Best.Dad.Ever.
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Chris Gardner (Will Smith) in The Pursuit of Happyness and the real Chris Gardner overcame great hardships, including homelessness, to provide a better life for his son, setting the bar pretty high for dads everywhere.
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#3: The path he took to be a great dad may have been a little unorthodox, but Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams) in Mrs. Doubtfire definitely makes the list of best dads. Who doesn't love a dude dressing in drag to become an old, strict but lovable, British nanny?
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#2: Does this really need any explanation? Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) is a former CIA operative who, after his teenage daughter is kidnapped by Albanian human traffickers and forced into prostitution while vacationing in Paris, kills a bajillion bad guys before finally rescuing his daughter half way around the world. That's one badass dad.
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#1: Coming in at the top of the list, Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) in all the National Lampoon movies. I mean, come on. It had to be him, right? He's bumbling, well-intentioned and hilarious, albeit unintentionally most of the time. Here's to the king of all dads. We salute you.