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Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas (7-Oct-1994)

Director: Jeffrey Melman

Writer: Mark Fink

Keywords: Comedy, Las Vegas, Wedding, TV Reunion

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Elizabeth Berkley
Actor
28-Jul-1972   Showgirls
Dustin Diamond
Actor
7-Jan-1977   Screech on Saved by the Bell
Mark-Paul Gosselaar
Actor
1-Mar-1974   Zack on Saved by the Bell
Gilbert Gottfried
Comic
28-Feb-1955   Loudmouth Jewish comic
Dennis Haskins
Actor
18-Nov-1950   Principal Belding on Saved by the Bell
Mario Lopez
Actor
10-Oct-1973   A.C. Slater on Saved by the Bell
Richard Schiff
Actor
27-May-1955   The West Wing
Tiffani Amber Thiessen
Actor
23-Jan-1974   Kelly Kapowski, Saved by the Bell
Liz Vassey
Actor
9-Aug-1972   Wendy Simms on CSI
Lark Voorhies
Actor
25-Mar-1974   Lisa Turtle on Saved by the Bell
Kiersten Warren
Actor
4-Nov-1965   Saved by the Bell: The College Years

REVIEWS

Review by Amanda Rose (posted on 6-May-2007)

I loved this movie. I watched it when I was 16 and now that I am 26 I still love it. Seeing Zack and Kelly get married was the Highlight you waited for throughout the whole series. I highly recommend this movie to anyone. Great movie for the whole family. I just wish it would come out on DVD that way I could buy it for my family. We have the whole series and the only thing left is the Wedding in Las Vegas. This way Saved by the Bell can live on through the years.


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