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Till Dad Do Us Part (2001)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  17 June 2001 (USA)
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The picture follows a father as he tries to break up his daughter's engagement by finding her a better mate.

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Gavin Corbett
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Virginia Corbett
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Rebecca Corbett
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Dennis Qualintip
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Brent Fenwick III
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Brady
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Maitre D' #2
Robert Gauvin ...
Maitre D' #1
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Danny
Josh Byer ...
Eddie
Jorge Vargas ...
Junior Executive (as Jorgito Vargas)
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Smoking Man
Keith Dallas ...
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Andrew Binks ...
Waiter
Rick Morwick ...
Construction Worker (as Richard Morwich)
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Banker Gavin Corbett refuses, unlike his wife Virginia, who would just wait, to stand by as his spoiled daughter Rebecca 'Becky' announces she wants to abandon her medical studies and marry idealistic, unruly environmental activist Dennis Qualintip. Gavin hopes the answer is to match Becky with a dream prince, rising bank executive Brent Fenwick III, whom he makes his protégé. Alas the boy fears he's wanted as gay boy-toy, while everyone else warms to Dennis. Written by KGF Vissers

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A MUST see for the whole Family!!
27 June 2001 | by (Ketchum, Idaho) – See all my reviews

Hats off to the entire cast! What a great story line that makes each of us parents realize that we aren't alone in how we feel and what we want for our kids. John Larroquette did an outstanding job as an overwhelmed executive, loving husband and over protective dad, the scene of him reliving his daughter's life through photographs certainly topped off this wonderful movie. It was a nice surprise to see John Larroquette and Markie Post together again, a great asset to each of their characters. A movie worth watching over and over.


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