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Saturday Cinema: With this Ring


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starring Tom Bosley as Edward Edwards
Betty White as Mrs Evelyn Harris John Forsythe as General Albert Harris
As their wedding day rapidly approaches, three engaged couples and their families are caught up in a whirlwind of preparation and last minute doubts. But the director of a large metropolitan hotel turns out to be a guardian angel for the couples in this lighthearted look at the serious business of getting married.
Screenplay by MICHAEL LEESON Produced by GERALD ABRAMS Directed by JAMES SHELDON
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Unknown: Tom Bosley
Unknown: Edward Edwards
Unknown: Betty White
Unknown: Mrs Evelyn Harris
Unknown: John Forsythe
Unknown: General Albert Harris
Unknown: Michael Leeson
Produced By: Gerald Abrams
Directed By: James Sheldon
Alvin Andrews: Dick van Patten
Delores Andrews: Diana Canova
James Cutler: Donny Most
Jilly Watson: Joyce Dewitt
Tom Burkhardt: Scott Hylands
Assistant director: Deborah White
Peter Turner: Tony Bill
Lisa Harris: Mary Frances Crosby
Kyle Saxton: George Petrie
Lolita: Carlena Gower

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