Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding

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Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding
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DVD and Blu-ray cover
Based on Baywatch
by Michael Berk
Douglas Schwartz
Gregory J. Bonann
Screenplay by Michael Berk
Story by Michael Berk
Douglas Schwartz
Directed by Douglas Schwartz
Music by
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
  • Francis J. Conway
  • David W. Hager
Cinematography Stuart Asbjornsen
Editor(s) Tom Erwin
Running time 100 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor 20th Television
Budget $5.5 million
Original network FOX Network
Original release
  • February 28, 2003 (2003-02-28)

Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding is a 2003 made-for-TV film which was a reunion movie for the series Baywatch.[1]

After having been thought to have died at the end of the 10th season, it is revealed that Mitch Buchannon only had amnesia where he was recovering in a Los Angeles hospital and has now retired from Lifeguard duty. His new fiancée, Allison Ford (Alexandra Paul), resembles his old lover, Lt. Stephanie Holden (also played by Alexandra Paul), who died during the seventh season of Baywatch. However, she is cooperating with an old nemesis of Mitch's, the still undead Sato (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa) from the second season, to get revenge on Mitch.

Meanwhile, C.J. (Pamela Anderson) is opening a bar and grill in Hawaii and invites many of the old lifeguards from Baywatch there for a reunion including Caroline Holden (Yasmine Bleeth), now an actress. Mitch's ex-wife, Neely Capshaw (Gena Lee Nolin), also shows up in an attempt to get Mitch back.

Filming of the movie began in September 2002 on Turtle Bay Resort, Oahu, Hawaii.



  1. ^ "Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding". DVD Talk. 

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