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THE PREACHERS WIFE

The Preacher's Wife

The Preacher's Wife

The movie poster for The Preacher's Wife.
Directed by Penny Marshall
Produced by Debra Martin Chase
Starring Denzel Washington
Whitney Houston
Courtney B. Vance
Gregory Hines
Jenifer Lewis
Loretta Devine
Music by Hans Zimmer
Editing by George Bowers
Studio The Samuel Goldwyn Company
Distributed by Touchstone Pictures
Release date(s) December 10, 1996
Running time 124 minutes
Language English
Budget $40 million
Box office Domestic:
$48,102,795[1]
The Preacher's Wife is a 1996 family Christmas film with elements of romance and dramedy directed by Penny Marshall, and starring Denzel Washington, Whitney Houston, and Courtney B. Vance. It is a remake of the 1947 film The Bishop's Wife.
It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Music, Original Musical or Comedy Score. The film was nominated for five Image Awards, including Outstanding Motion Picture, and won two - for Best Actress (Whitney Houston) and Best Supporting Actress (Loretta Devine). 
Cast of characters
Name Role
Denzel Washington Dudley
Whitney Houston Julia Biggs
Courtney B. Vance Reverend Henry Biggs
Gregory Hines Joe Hamilton
Jenifer Lewis Margueritte Coleman
Loretta Devine Beverly
Justin Pierre Edmund Jeremiah Biggs
Lionel Richie Bristole
Paul Bates Saul Jefferys
Lex Monson Osbert
Darvel Davis, Jr. Hakim
William James Stiggers, Jr. Billy Eldridge
Marcella Lowery Anna Eldridge
Cissy Houston Mrs. Havergal
Aaron A. McConnaughey Teen                                        

Soundtrack 

The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album is the best-selling gospel album of all time. The soundtrack also remained at number one for a record twenty-six weeks on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart.

The Georgia Mass Choir appears in the film. The soundtrack to the film (performed by Whitney Houston) consists of gospel numbers and includes performances by Monica, Cissy Houston, and Shirley Caesar among others.

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