Till Dad Do Us Part

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Till Dad Do Us Part
Directed by Randall Miller
Written byDouglas Soesbe
Produced byShawn Williamson
Starring John Larroquette
Markie Post
Emily Holmes
Jeffrey Jones
CinematographyVictor Hammer
Edited byRichard Schwadel
Music byMark Adler
Shavick Entertainment
Daniel L. Paulson Productions
Release date
  • June 17, 2001 (2001-06-17)
Running time
93 minutes

Till Dad Do Us Part is a 2001 television comedy film directed by Randall Miller, written by Douglas Soesbe, and starring John Larroquette, Markie Post, and Jeffrey Jones. It was originally televised on the Fox Family Channel on June 17, 2001.



An overly controlling father tries to dissuade his adored daughter from marrying the man of her dreams, someone of whom the father does not approve. Meddling in her life, the father tries to find a more suitable candidate but ends up making things worse.


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