13 %
9 % Rotten
$ 0 Million

The Bachelor is a 1999 English-language Comedy Romance motion picture written by Roi Cooper Megrue, Jean C. Havez, Clyde Bruckman, Joseph A. Mitchell and Steve Cohen. The movie is directed by Gary Sinyor and produced by Jeffrey T. Barabe, Bing Howenstein and Lloyd Segan under the banner of George Street Pictures. A committment-phobic man goes in search of a bride including his fed up girlfriend, to inherit his grandfather's $100 million inheritance. The bachelor stars Chris O'donnell in the title role along with an ensemble cast including Ren E Zellweger, Hal Holbrook, James Cromwell, Artie Lange, Edward Asner and Marley Shelton. The screenplay is written by Steve Cohen which is inspired from Seven Chances by Roi Cooper Megrue Seven Chances by Jean C. Havez. The music was composed by David A. Hughes along with John Murphy. Cinematography was done by Simon Archer and editing by Robert M. Reitano and Florence Vinger. The movie has a running time of 101 minutes. It was released on 10th February 2000. The Bachelor was made on a budget of $51 million and at the box office it grossed only $0 million. Distribution rights for the movie were acquired by New Line Cinema.

Release Date 10 FEB 2000
Run Time 1 HOUR 41 MINUTES
Budget $ 51 MILLION

English, Spanish


Comedy , Romance

Cast & Crew

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