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Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire? (2000)

A high-stakes "till-death-us-do-part" Dating Game, but with better prizes. The bride got a $35,000 engagement ring, a free Caribbean cruise honeymoon and an Isuzu Trooper. Total estimated ... See full summary »

Director:

Don Weiner

Writer:

Jonathan Bourne
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Credited cast:
Anna Agatka Anna Agatka ... Herself
Kate Barnett ... Herself
Alycia Benn Alycia Benn ... Herself
Michelle Bien Michelle Bien ... Herself
Kendra Bolduc Kendra Bolduc ... Herself
Kelly Bonk Kelly Bonk ... Herself
Teresa Bowman Teresa Bowman ... Herself
Kira Burt Kira Burt ... Herself
Stacie Campbell Stacie Campbell ... Herself
Felicita Carino Felicita Carino ... Herself
Kristen Clark Kristen Clark ... Herself
Darva Conger Darva Conger ... Herself
Leanza Cornett ... Herself - Co-Host
Andrea Csorba Andrea Csorba ... Herself
Sheryl Dahl Sheryl Dahl ... Herself
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A high-stakes "till-death-us-do-part" Dating Game, but with better prizes. The bride got a $35,000 engagement ring, a free Caribbean cruise honeymoon and an Isuzu Trooper. Total estimated value: $100,000. The groom didn't get quite as much, but it wasn't supposed to matter because he was a millionaire. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 February 2000 (USA) See more »

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Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire? See more »

Filming Locations:

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Darva Conger signed a deal to pose in Playboy, for an estimated $500,000. See more »

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Referenced in Howard Stern on Demand: Jay Thomas (2008) See more »

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There's no "Real" in ANY Reality Shows
14 August 2014 | by LisaRhyneSee all my reviews

There is nothing "real" about reality TV. If you haven't learned that by now...there's nothing really left to say. I knew what was going on from the start and didn't do it to get a husband. That's ridiculous. I - and almost all of the others - knew this was about sensationalism and not romance. It was made as entertainment NOT, real life...just like all reality TV shows. I got to spend 11 days in Vegas, all expenses paid, paid SAG-AFTRA wages plus my daily cash per diem, meals were provided and got to attend a few Vegas shows. That's why I agreed to do it. Stop believing what you see on TV and the internet is "real" because it is ALL fiction to varying degrees. But, of course, if you really believe reality shows are true...then my words are wasted. Carry on...


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