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Four Weddings Inconceivable 

On the day of multiple weddings, a big secret is revealed.

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Eric Duckman (voice)
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Bernice / Beverly / Beatrice (voice)
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Cornfed Pig (voice)
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Ajax (voice)
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Mambo (voice) (as E.G. Daily)
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Charles (voice)
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George Herbert Walker 'King' Chicken (voice)
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Dana Reynard / Coco L'Available (voice)
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Dr. Ben Stein (voice)
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At Dr. Ben Stein's wedding, a series of emotional epiphanies and chance meetings lead to an amazing and unexpected set of proposals: Cornfed is swept away by romance asking Bev to marry him, which she accepts. King Chicken, divorced from Honey for months, proposes to Bernice, who also accepts. Even a caught-up-in-the-moment Duckman and the new-and-improved Honey find themselves madly in love and engaged. Actor Ben Stein is the voice of Dr. Ben Stein, a character similar to himself, but not quite. Written by Anonymous

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6 September 1997 (USA)  »

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Beartrice: Stop the wedding.
Eric Duckman: So sowwie I... Beartrice?
Mrs Chicken: Who's Beartrice?
Eric Duckman: She's my wife... I mean my first wife... I mean you're alive?
Beartrice: Of course I am. Didn't Cornfed ever tell you?
Cornfed Pig: Du, Du, Duckman I can explain.
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Lohengrin - Bridal Chorus
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Music by Richard Wagner
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