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There Goes the Bride (1980)

PG | | Comedy | July 1980 (UK)
A nervous ad executive (Tom Smothers) creates havoc on his daughter's wedding day and becomes obsessed with a dream girl (Twiggy) he keeps seeing everywhere but whom he can't catch.

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(play) (as John Chapman), (play) | 2 more credits »
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Bernardo Rossi, Headwaiter
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Psychiatrist
Arthur Ballard ...
Waiter
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Ursula Westerby
Toria Fuller ...
Judy Westerby
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Timothy Westerby
Michael Witney ...
Bill Shorter
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Mr. Perkins
April Cloud ...
Perkin's Secretary
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Gas Station Attendant
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Elmer Babcock
Margot Moser ...
Mrs. Babcock
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Nicholas Babcock
Geoffrey Sumner ...
Gerald Drimond
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Daphne Drimond
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Storyline

A nervous ad executive (Tom Smothers) creates havoc on his daughter's wedding day and becomes obsessed with a dream girl (Twiggy) he keeps seeing everywhere but whom he can't catch. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Comedy

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July 1980 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Ahí va la novia  »

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Last live action cinema film of Hermione Baddeley. See more »

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Version of Daar gaat de bruid (1986) See more »

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Good cast wasted in a unfunny farce.
11 October 1999 | by (Seattle, Washington) – See all my reviews

With a wonderful all-star cast and great plotline can't go wrong, but it did. I guess as a Broadway play this film would've run better, but as a film it runs really flat. Not even the wit of Tom Smothers can't save this picture from going down hill. Cameo of Phil Silvers, Broadrick Crawford (in a nothing role), and Jim Backus doesn't help either, also third bill Martin Balsam (who starred with Tom in SILVER BEARS the same year) has less scenes than Backus. Shot in Florida and U.k. (which explains why Graham Stark is in the film as an Italian(?)). Not recommended.


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