Children of the Bride

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Children of the Bride
Genre Drama
Written by Bart Baker
Directed by Jonathan Sanger
Starring Rue McClanahan
Kristy McNichol
Jack Coleman
Anne Bobby
Conor O'Farrell
Patrick Duffy
Music by Yanni
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Ron Gilbert
Leonard Hill
Producer(s) Joel Fields
Bart Baker
Cinematography Ronald M. Lautore
Editor(s) Mark W. Rosenbaum
Running time 105 minutes
Production company(s) Leonard Hill Films
Distributor CBS
Release
Original network CBS
Original release
  • October 5, 1990 (1990-10-05)
Chronology
Followed by Baby of the Bride
Mother of the Bride

Children of the Bride is a 1990 American made-for-television drama film directed by Jonathan Sanger and starring Rue McClanahan, Kristy McNichol, Jack Coleman, Anne Bobby, Conor O'Farrell and Patrick Duffy. The film premiered on CBS on October 5, 1990 and was released on DVD in 2003.[1] The film was followed by two sequels: Baby of the Bride (1991) and Mother of the Bride (1993).

Plot[edit]

Margret Becker (McClanahan) has a big surprise for her now adult children – she is getting re-married – and she also has a second big surprise – her new husband John (Duffy) is young enough to be her son. Although Margret has found new love in her life, the family is in a ruckus. Her children want to help their mother celebrate her new marriage, but instead find themselves wildly uncomfortable with their future step-father and, as the big day approaches, Margret learns that her first chance at a second start may be her children's last straw.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Internet Movie Database DVD details for Children of the Bride

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