We have happy reunions to tell you about. Hundreds of couples who thought they'd never relive their walk down the aisle. The company that shot their wedding videos went out of business. And the tapes... See More
We have happy reunions to tell you about. Hundreds of couples who thought they'd never relive their walk down the aisle. The company that shot their wedding videos went out of business. And the tapes went missing. That was until investigative reporter joe duci and the team got on the case. Ryan owens has the story. It's been a special day for me. Reporter: A day most couples would like to cherish. That's why wedding videos has become almost as much a part of the ceremony has that first case. I wasn't remembering a lot of stuff because I could go back to the video. Reporter: Or so she thought. Months after they wedded in march, the nationwide company they hired to produce the wedding video, disappeared. The phoenix office was apan donned. The phones disconnected. You put all of this money and time into it. Now, we have no video. My heart sank. I was like, oh, my gosh. I'm so hangry. How can someone do this? I was sad. I was angry. Reporter: Our phoenix affiliate repeatedly tried to contact the former owner. So did we. All of our attempts were unsuccessful. For weeks, we've been investigating a wedding video business that shout down. Reporter: Joe duci put out a request. If you are anybody from urbane wedding video, right now. Just bring any raw video you have here. Reporter: Two freelance editors who worked with urbane answered that call, dropping off three hard drives and piles of DVDs. At least 170 weddings, huge files. Few locations, phone numbers or e-mails. Just a last name. So, our station went to work. Already matching two dozen couples with their precious memories. That's me and my wife. Yep. Reporter: One of the videos was labeled with just the name hadland. That was a maiden name. And the marriage vows are forever sealed. Reporter: Another memorable day, months after their big day. This morning, the search is still on for more than 100 other couples, still waiting for theirs. For "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas. Those are priceless memories. Good work there. Yeah. Joe duci, good job.
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