Indy's Women: The American Film Institute Tribute

Synopsis: An American Film Institute Tribute which include comments from actors Karen Allen, Kate Capshaw and Alison Doody as they discuss their characters and performances.
Genre: Short
9 min

I parked on 78th Street

in front of a vacuum-cleaner store.

Don't let me forget.

-Why would you forget?

-I just heard something, Edie.

It was very disturbing.

I don't know, I almost rear-ended

somebody on the way here.

April, give Mommy her hat.

May, teach June how to braid

her hair like Mommy taught you.

And, hello,

don't we say hi to Aunt Sylvie?

-Hi, kids.

No way.

I don't want to.

-They love you, they love you.

She scares me.

Dora, I'm getting ready to leave.

I have a splitting headache.

You have aspirin?

Sylvie, what did you hear?

Where is my purse?

Come here, June.

-Wait, what's that supposed to be?

-Oh, I'm painting now.


Wait, what about the pottery thing?

Weren't you taking

some puppet-making class?

Let me tell you something.

Weird crowd of people,

the puppet people.

I'd go insane living here.

I don't know how Alan does it.

Oh, Alan moved out.

Whoa, what?

Oh, it's okay.

He's down in a studio

on the eighth floor.

I thought he could use a little space.


-Let's just go, I can't focus.


-Will you drive?

Sylvie, whatever you heard,

if it's about anybody we know...

...don't tell me, I mean it.

Of course I won't tell you.

It's too personal.

It's about someone we know, isn't it?

Mrs. Edie,

we're running low on breast milk.

Oh, I have the pump in my bag.

It plugs into the cigarette lighter

in the car.

Well, forget it, you're not driving.

How are you today, little Miss January?

How are you?

Forget it, let's go.

Lucy, Lucy, Lucy, sit, stay, lay down.

Hey, Maggie, did you remember

to polish the silver for the, uh--?


-Yes, lunch.

-Yeah, yes, ma'am.

Oh, boy.

How did it get to be noon?

I have 60 women

on their way here for lunch.

I haven't even showered.

Did you remember

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