A judge has to deal with his four daughters, his four future sons-in-law and four weddings all on the same day.

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Judge Charles Raleigh
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Matthew Cunningham
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Miss Freeling, The Wedding Counselor
Darleen Carr ...
Susan
Judy Strangis ...
Robin
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Jennifer
Fawne Harriman ...
Charlotte Raleigh
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Andy O'Brien
Jerry Fogel ...
Jerry Greene
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Bradley Coombs
Michael Richardson ...
Biff Brynner
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Anthony Stephanelli (as Bruno Kirby Jr.)
John Lupton ...
Prosecuting Attorney
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Defense Attorney
Ilka Windish ...
Mrs. Stephanelli
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Judge Charles Raleig is a widower and has four daughters. Because of different reasons, they end up having a quadruple wedding. The grooms all are of different religions: Jewish, Presbyterian, Zen Buddhist and Atheist. The wedding organizer Miss Freeling has a hard time because as soon as she organizes the wedding, another daughter decides to be wed on the same day. Written by Rosemea D.S. MacPherson

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A Quadrapule Wedding!
1 June 2001 | by (Bronxville, NY) – See all my reviews

I've always loved this movie because four sisters get married at the same time, and their father the judge is so really nice and sweet. He is thrown a lot of curve balls and really puts up with a lot. But, although he tries to be tough on the outside, he is really so sweet, you just know he'll do just anything his daughters ask. This is such a beautiful movie. If you love weddings like I do, you should watch it.


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