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Betsy's Wedding (22-Jun-1990)

Director: Alan Alda

Writer: Alan Alda

Music: Bruce Broughton

Producers: Martin Bregman; Louis A. Stroller

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Wedding

Betsy, a fashion designer and son of a building contractor, will marry Jake, an investment banker from a wealthy family. She desires a simple wedding but her father pulls all stops to provide a lavish ceremony, to the point of borrowing money from his brother-in-law, a connected mobster. Uneven comedy whose constituent parts don't always work well together.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alan Alda
Actor
28-Jan-1936   Capt. Hawkeye Pierce on M*A*S*H
Bibi Besch
Actor
1-Feb-1942 7-Sep-1996 Who's That Girl?
Joey Bishop
Comic
3-Feb-1918 17-Oct-2007 Rat Pack member
Julie Bovasso
Actor
1-Aug-1930 14-Sep-1991 Saturday Night Fever
Frankie Faison
Actor
10-Jun-1949   Commissioner Burrell on The Wire
Samuel L. Jackson
Actor
21-Dec-1948   Pulp Fiction
Madeline Kahn
Actor
29-Sep-1942 3-Dec-1999 Paper Moon and Blazing Saddles
Anthony LaPaglia
Actor
31-Jan-1959   Murder One
Catherine O'Hara
Comic
4-Mar-1954   Delia in Beetlejuice
Joe Pesci
Actor
9-Feb-1943   Tommy DeVito in Goodfellas
Molly Ringwald
Actor
18-Feb-1968   The Breakfast Club
Ally Sheedy
Actor
13-Jun-1962   The Breakfast Club
Dylan Walsh
Actor
17-Nov-1963   Dr. Sean McNamara on Nip/Tuck
Burt Young
Actor
30-Apr-1940   Paulie in Rocky

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