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Romantic comedy - last scene

I only remember the last scene: many women are running the Lombard Street in San Francisco in order to get to the man who couple of days ago published an ad or something that he is looking for a bride to marry.
asked Jul 11, 2016 in Name That Movie by B. M. S. (46 points)

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Best answer

Maybe
"The Bachelor"?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120596/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bachelor_(1999_film)

Part of it was shot in San Francisco, and look at the picture on the movie's above IMDb link.

"Natalie finds a discarded wedding dress in the station, and Anne puts it on in the bathroom. She opens the door to see hundreds of would-be brides run past, chasing Jimmie. Jimmie flees through the streets of San Francisco. He eventually climbs up a flight on a fire escape ladder and shouts for Anne, as the would-be brides gather en masse below."

answered Jul 11, 2016 by casspir (19,731 points)
selected Jul 12, 2016 by B. M. S.
Yeah, I think this is the one.
Then please select my answer above as Best Answer by clicking on the yellow star next to my answer above. Thanks.
I just wanted to watch the whole thing. I can't believe that I couldn't remember anything from the film but that last scene. Thank a lot, dude!
No problem, really glad that I was able to help you out with this one. Thanks for Best Answer.
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