Mr. Belvedere (1985–1990)
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Mr. Belvedere's Wedding: Part 2 

Louise and Mr. Belvedere decide to get married, but Louise soon breaks the news to him that she has been called to go back Africa, and wants him to come with her. He agrees, but not without... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
... Mr. Lynn Aloysius Belvedere
... Marsha Cameron Owens
Rob Stone ... Kevin Owens
... Heather Owens
... Wesley T. Owens
... George Owens
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aurorah Allain ... Woman #5
... Skip Hollings
Emory Bass ... Minister
... Woman #2
... Louise Marie Gilbert (as Rosemary Forsyth-Yuro)
... Giselle Hufnagel
... Robert Goulet
Lisa Lord ... Woman #6
Michele Matheson ... Angela Shostakovich
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Louise and Mr. Belvedere decide to get married, but Louise soon breaks the news to him that she has been called to go back Africa, and wants him to come with her. He agrees, but not without a final goodbye from old friends Skip, Angela, Robert Goulet, and of course, the Owens family, who have enjoyed six years of his company. Written by vnisanian2001

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Comedy | Family

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8 July 1990 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Christopher Hewett, Ilene Graff, and Brice Beckham were the only cast members to appear in all 117 half-hour installments of the series. See more »

Quotes

Mr. Lynn Aloysius Belvedere: [In a postcard from Africa] To all my dear Owens, Married life has been rather hectic here in the Burungga Mountains. First Louise and I enjoyed our Abba Dabha honeymoon. Now we fill our days counting gorilla noses. I miss you dearly. But being around apes keeps the spirit of the Owens Family alive indeed. Oops! I must close. Louise is calling. Love to all, Lynn P.S. When you notice I've left my journal behind, don't bother to send it. Perhaps some day, I'll drop by and pick it up myself.
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References The Honeymooners (1955) See more »

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If Ever I Would Leave You
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Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe
Sung by Robert Goulet
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