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Father of the Bride Details


[[Performer~P101485~Steve Martin~stevemartin]] stars in this remake of the 1950 [[Performer~P103002~Vincente Minnelli~vincenteminnelli]] classic as shoe executive George Banks, whose happily married existence hits a bump when he greets his daughter Annie ([[Performer~P76497~Kimberly Williams~kimberlywilliams]]), home from a semester studying in Europe. She tells her father that she is engaged to be married. When the shocked George asks to whom, she says his name is Bryan ([[Performer~P52361~George Newbern~georgenewbern]]) and that he is an "independent communications consultant." George is even more shocked when he finds out what the wedding will cost (when George goes through the card file for invited wedding guests and is told someone is deceased, George chirps, "He died? That's great!"). As George is ignored during the mad preparations for the wedding, he wistfully looks back to all the good times he has had with Annie and sadly looks forward to the time when he loses his little girl. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

  • Release date:June 16, 1950


Steve Martin
as George Banks
Diane Keaton
as Nina Banks
Kimberly Williams
as Annie Banks
Kieran Culkin
as Matty Banks
George Newbern
as Bryan MacKenzie
Martin Short
as Franck Eggelhoffer
Peter Michael Goetz
as John MacKenzie
Kate McGregor-Stewart
as Joanna MacKenzie
Carmen Hayward
as Grace
Mina Vasquez
as Marta
Gibby Brand
as David
Ed Williams
as Reverend
Frank Kopyc
as Dan the Field Engineer
Chauncey Leopardi
as Cameron
Barbara Perry
as Female Factory Worker
Natasha Wieland
as Bridesmaid
Annie Meyers-Shyer
as Flower Girl
Donna Isaacson
Hallie Meyers-Shyer
as Flower Girl
Eugene Levy
David Pasquesi
as Hanck the Caterer
Amy Young
as Annie at Twelve
Richard Portnow
as Al the Tux Salesman
David Day
as Usher
Irving Meyers
as Guest at Reception
Martha Gehman
as Andrea the Florist
Thomas Wagner
as Police Officer
Tom Irish
as Ben Banks
Bruce A. Block
as Photographer
Robert Bauer
as 2nd Waiter
Kevin Shaw
as 3rd Waiter
Mark Steen
as 1st Waiter
Elisa Mandell
as Bridesmaid
Peter Murnik
as Patrolman
Morgan Dox
as Bridesmaid
Ira Heiden
as Stock Boy
Christine Beliveau
as Bridesmaid
Steve Tyrell
as Bandleader
Marissa Lefton
as Annie at Three
Sarah Rose Karr
as Annie at Seven
B.D. Wong
as Howard Weinstein
April Ortiz
as Olivia


Charles Shyer
Charles Shyer
Zvi Howard Rosenman
Carol Baum
Nancy Meyers
Nancy Meyers
Albert Hackett
Frances Goodrich
James Orr
Charles Shyer
Edward Streeter
Book Author
William A. Fraker
John Lindley
Alan Silvestri
Composer (Music Score)
Richard Marks
Stephen A. Rotter
Sandy Veneziano
Production Designer
John Dexter
Art Director
Cindy Williams
Bruce A. Block
Associate Producer
Sandy Gallin
Executive Producer
James Orr
Executive Producer
Carol Baum
Executive Producer
Cynthia McCormac
Set Designer
John Dexter
Set Designer
Mark Poll
Set Designer
Geoff Hubbard
Set Designer
Rosemarie Fall
Costume Designer
Darin Knight
Sound/Sound Designer
K.C. Colwell
First Assistant Director
Robert Jauregui
Debbie Evans
Shirley Kirkes
Paul Deason
Production Manager
Donna Isaacson
Brad Wilder
Albert Hackett
From Screenplay by
James Orr
Co-Executive Producer
Frances Goodrich
From Screenplay by