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The bittersweet struggle of hanging on while letting go is the stuff sentiment and laughs are made of as George Banks (Steve Martin) prepares to walk his daughter (Kimberly Williams) down the isle.
Why Is Father Of The Bride Rated PG?
Father Of The Bride is rated PG
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Home Video Notes: Father of the Bride I and II
Release Date: 15 May 2012
Father of the Bride, parts I and II are being releases in a Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack. Bonus extras include:
- Audio commentary
- Steve Martin and Martin Short Interview Each Other
- An Invitation to Father of the Bride