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The Wedding Party (1969)

R  |   |  Comedy  |  9 April 1969 (USA)
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See Robert DeNiro in his first starring role in Brian DePalma's wildly comic first feature The Wedding Party!

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Valda Setterfield ...
Mrs. Fish
Raymond McNally ...
Mr. Fish
John Braswell ...
Reverend Oldfield
Charles Pfluger ...
Charlie
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Josephine
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Alistair
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Cecil (as Robert Denero)
Judy Thomas ...
Celeste
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Phoebe
Sue Ann Gilfillan ...
Ninny (as Sue Ann Converse)
John Quinn ...
Baker
Richard Kolmar ...
Jean-Claude / Singh / Klaus
Jane Odin ...
Carol
Penny Bridgers ...
Bridesmaid
Nancy Reeder ...
Bridesmaid
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10 March 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Wedding Party, The (1969)

1/2 (out of 4)

Incredibly bad comedy was the second feature for director Brian DePalma. A groom (Charles Pfulger) shows up at his wedding party only to discover there's more to marriage than he thought. This film doesn't work on any level and the worse part is that I only laughed once throughout the 90 minute running time. Not even the young and chubby Robert DeNiro (spelled DeNero in the credits) can help this thing. The film uses faster frames per minute than normal, which I'm guessing is an attempt at silent slapstick but this doesn't work either.


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