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Come Dance at My Wedding -- A dance instructor reconnects with her father in this home video trailer for the inspirational drama


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6 June 2009 (USA) See more »
The father she didn't know ... the love she never knew she needed.
Tanner Gray is shocked to learn after the death of his ex-wife Andrea that he has a 25 year-old daughter... See more » | Add synopsis »
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John Schneider ... Tanner Gray

Brooke Nevin ... Cyd Merriman

Roma Downey ... Laura Williams

Christopher Jacot ... Zach Callahan

Carrie Ruscheinsky ... Jessie Lewis

Sara Canning ... Andrea Merriman
John R. Taylor ... Bill Perry

Anna Ferguson ... Louise Perry

Chelah Horsdal ... Nancy Reed

David Milchard ... Dave Reed
Sydney Stamler ... Amber Reed

Kevin O'Grady ... Graham Lewis
Ethan Benoit ... Jared Lewis
Milana Haines ... Emily Lewis
Mandy Haines ... Emily Lewis

Conrad Coates ... Ryan

Mitchell Newell ... Male Teen Dance Student

Genevieve Buechner ... Female Teen Dance Student
John Shaw ... Mason Brown

Michael Kopsa ... Lee Prather
Molly Benedictson ... Young Cyd - 1 year old
Tula-Belle Lamirande ... Young Cyd (3-6 years old)
Gabrielle Lamarche ... Young Cyd - 8 years old
David Abbott ... Minister
Sandra Soares ... Dance Girl #1
Leslie Woolman ... Dance Girl #2
Lynnell Sura ... Dance Girl #3
Emily Ross ... Dance Girl #4
Katya Virshilas ... Montage Dancer
Myles Munroe ... Montage Dancer
Tessa Cunningham ... Montage Dancer

Directed by
Mark Jean 
Writing credits
Jean Abounader (story) and
J.B. White (story)

J.B. White (teleplay)

Produced by
Jean Abounader .... executive producer
Christian Bruyère .... producer (as Christian Bruyere)
Breanne Hartley .... co-executive producer
Noel Hedges .... executive producer
Timothy O. Johnson .... executive producer
Scott A. Matthews .... associate producer
David Rempel .... co-producer
Kirk Shaw .... executive producer
J.B. White .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
Lawrence Shragge 
Cinematography by
Mathias Herndl (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Richard Schwadel  (as Richard A. Schwadel)
Casting by
Melissa Perry 
Production Design by
Paul Joyal 
Art Direction by
Sean Carvajal 
Set Decoration by
Moni El Batrik 
Costume Design by
Patricia Hargreaves 
Makeup Department
Brittany Isaacs .... assistant makeup artist
Robert A. Pandini .... hair department head
Production Management
Sean Bowers .... post-production supervisor
Shelby Gilraine .... co-post-production supervisor
Todd Giroux .... post-production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ania Musiatowicz .... second assistant director
Kevin Speckmaier .... first assistant director
Art Department
Ester Bovard .... lead dresser
Johnny Mackie .... props truck assistant
Felix Oz Rexach .... greens
Sound Department
Hennie Britton .... foley engineer
Derick Cobden .... sound supervisor
Matthew Gionet .... background effects editor
Matthew Gionet .... sound supervisor
Gord Hillier .... sound re-recording mixer
Matt Hovland .... adr mixer
Jeff Jackman .... sound effects editor
Michael Keeping .... foley artist (as Michael P. Keeping)
Chris Ove .... adr recordist
Chris Ove .... dialogue editor
Jo Rossi .... sound re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Emil Chang .... visual effects artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Bill Baxter .... gaffer
Daryl Hartwell .... dolly operator
Martin Kostian .... best boy grip
Benoît Lamarche .... key grip
Chris Large .... still photographer
Stephen J. McKnight .... first assistant camera
Nathan McTague .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Dale Naudi .... camera trainee
Marc Nolet .... grip
Lohengrin Zapiain .... camera operator: "b" camera
Lohengrin Zapiain .... steadicam operator
Bruce Zink .... lamp operator
Casting Department
Lynette Therrien .... casting assistant
Editorial Department
Juan Carlos Arreaga .... first assistant editor
Hillary Gallant .... post-production coordinator (as Hilary Le Gallant)
Jason Koroluk .... on-line assistant editor
Lorne Miess .... colorist
Randy Rudland .... second assistant editor
Kevin Scromeda .... on-line editor
Music Department
Natasha Duprey .... music supervisor
Michael J. Fraumeni .... music editor
Stephen Krause .... music mixer (as Steve Krause)
Transportation Department
Franco Benetti .... driver: special equipment
Tony Boulter .... driver: cable truck
Benjamin Easterday .... driver: cast
Mary Ann Garbias .... driver: special equipment (as Mary-Ann Gardias)
Joe Hermoza .... driver: hair/make-up/wardrobe
Peter Holt .... driver: special equipment
Brian Mcrae .... driver: cast
Paul Medeiros .... driver: special equipment (as Paul Madeiros)
Jeff Nyland .... driver: special equipment (as Jeff Nylund)
Geoff Obadia .... driver: cast
Mark Schmitke .... transport captain
Ray Waechter .... transport coordinator
Other crew
Laura Collini .... script supervisor
James Darby .... second assistant production coordinator
Adam Gowland .... production coordinator
Than Hadjioannou .... security coordinator
Terence Hayes .... location manager
Viktoria Langton .... choreographer: little dancers
Derek Lowe .... first assistant production coordinator
Tara Lynch .... post-production accountant
Barbara Parisi .... payroll accountant
Marion Pejaire .... production assistant
John Rollins .... production assistant
Jacquelyn Roth .... production assistant
Larie Stoley .... production assistant
Katya Virshilas .... choreographer
David W. Hamilton .... the producers would like to thank: Focus Entertainment Insurance Inc.

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Come Dance At My Wedding-Glad to Do So ****, 13 June 2009
Author: edwagreen from United States

Wonderful film about a woman who is to be married only to discover that she has a father.

John Schneider is absolutely wonderful as her dad. Schneider proves in this film that he is quite a hoofer.

You can't imagine why his marriage failed until the very end when it's revealed why. How sad the reasoning was.

When her father enters her life, naturally, he enters her personal problems as well. She has the opportunity to sell her dance studio to a developer and use the money to become a psychologist. Her fiancé wants her to do this and after a wonderful meeting with his father-in-law to be, it becomes possible that the 2 men might very well lock horns over this thorny issue. Why would the mother, now deceased, leave Schneider's name on the deed? It is all tied together quite well.

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