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See Jane Date

See Jane Date
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DVD cover
Distributed by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment (DVD)
ABC Family
Directed by Robert Berlinger
Produced by Ted Babcock
Robert M. Sertne
Randy Sutter
Frank von Zerneck
Based on See Jane Date 
by Melissa Senate
Starring Charisma Carpenter
Holly Marie Combs
Music by Douglas J. Cuomo
Cinematography Serge Ladouceur
Editing by Alan Baumgarten
Production company RHI Entertainment
Von Zerneck Sertner Films
Country Canada
United States
Language English
Release date
Running time 90 minutes

See Jane Date is a romantic comedy film released on August 16, 2003 by ABC Family. It is based on the book of the same name, written by Melissa Senate.


Single, ambitious, magazine assistant editor Jane Grant has just received an invitation to her younger cousin's wedding, and it's engraved with two words: "plus guest." Come wedding day, Jane had better deliver. After all, she's already told everyone, including her meddlesome and obnoxious Aunt Ina and now-famous high school nemesis Natasha Nutley, that she's in a serious relationship. Now, Jane has two months to find a guy to fit the lie, complete the guest list, and save face. If the series of miserable set-ups orchestrated by her well-meaning best friends Eloise and Amanda are any indication, Jane's in for big trouble. From first date to blind date, from double date to last date, the match game is on-and with millions of men to pick from, Jane is sure to find Mr. Right, right?


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