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Say Yes (1986)





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Jonathan Winters plays a dying millionaire who creates a codicil in his will leaving $250 million to his do-nothing son stating that the fortune is bequeathed if the son is able to marry before turning 35. Unfortunately for the lucky inheritor, the dad dies when the son (Art Hindle) is 34 years and 363 days old! That means he has one day to find a spouse or he forfeits the big dough.


Jonathan Winters
as W. D. Westmoreland
Jacque Lynn Colton
as Message Taker
Laurie Prange
as First bride
Paula Trueman
as Lady on Bus
Ian Anderson
as Crewman
John C. Becher
as Bride's Father
Al Berry
as Second Skipper
Jan Bina
as Christian Lady
David Bond
as Annie's Uncle
Johnny Crear
as Piano Player
Joanne Dalsass
as Christian Lady
Charlie Dell
as Clergyman
Ron Hayes
as Annie's Father
Paul Hertzberg
as Businessman
Virginia Kiser
as Bride's Mother
Hap Lawrence
as Skipper
David Leisure
as Police Sergeant
Harvey Levine
as Factory Manager
Mike Moroff
as Latin Dancer
Fred Pierce
as Footman
John Rayner
as Minister
Randolph Roberts
as Soldier on Bus
Wallace Rooney
as Annie's Grandfather
Gene Ross
as Beat Cop
Ken Sagoes
as Second Cop
Mindy Seeger
as Bag Lady
Paula Shaw
as Society Reporter
William Stelling
as German Man
Robina Suwol
as Egg Factory Worker
Sturgis Warner
as Young Man
Margaret Wheeler
as Annie's Grandmother
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