Getting Married (1978)

TV Movie   |    |  Comedy, Romance


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A man falls madly in love with a pretty newscaster and goes all out to win her heart and her hand in marriage before she weds another man.

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16 April 2007 | moonspinner55
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| Quirky TV offering...
Bess Armstrong, then-star of the TV series "On Our Own", is very good as a perky newscaster who has her choice between two men for her future husband: a well-meaning dullard and an all-out romantic who will not let anyone stop him from winning Armstrong's heart. Richard Thomas is surprisingly well-cast as the guy with the incurable crush, even though by today's standards he may seem a little nutty (would bursting into a church on horseback constitute stalking?). Luckily, Bess kinda likes him after all, and this TV-film is memorably quirky and cute. Lots of guest-stars in support (Katherine Helmond, Van Johnson, Audra Lindley, Mark Harmon, Vic Tayback, Fabian, Richard Deacon) help make it a breezy, enjoyable affair.

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Genres

Comedy | Romance

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Release Date:

17 May 1978

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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