The Making of 'Dr. T and the Women'

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- Mommy, when are you coming home?

- Give me.

Sorry, wrong number.

May I be of some assistance?

Thank you, not right now.

If there's anything I can do,

my name is Tiffany.

Your name's Tiffany?


Kind of a coincidence, I know.

Dee Dee!

You're late. We were supposed to meet

at the fountain at 2:00.

Where are you going?

Tiffany's is that way.

You said the fountain at 2:00.

No, I said Tiffany's at 2:15.

I swear you said the fountain.

We're here for

the bridal registration.

Are you the bride?

No. No. I am...

...getting a divorce probably myself.

But my niece is getting married.

- Great!

- Kate, my sister, called.

- What's her name?

- Mrs. Travis.


- That was gorgeous.

- You hooked it.

That was a draw, a beautiful draw.

I know a hook when I see a hook.

If we were quail hunting, Eli,

I'm afraid you'd be going hungry.

Hungry! Oh, damn, I forgot.

I got sandwiches here.

Break time.

- Pimiento cheese sandwiches.

- Grab that chair.

Always a pleasure

to put the feedbag on at Sully's.

- Alrighty.

- Dr. T's Roadhouse, huh?

They're not gonna be here.

- I told them to meet us at Tiffany's.

- Look, they're not here.

There's Mom.

- Hi.

- Oh, it's you.

- Hi, baby.

- Hi.

How are you?

Here we are, champagne for everyone.

- Hi, Ma.

- Hi, honey.

This is the bride.

- Dee Dee Travis.

- Tiffany.

- Oh, how cute.

- Here you go.

- I don't drink.

- Shall we look at some flatware?

Peggy, I love your hat.

It's beautiful.

- Can I try it on?

- Of course you can.

You look so good in hats.

- How does it look?

- That looks so good on you.

Doesn't it look great?

Peggy has that same hat.

This is Peggy's hat.

"Autobahn." That's funny.

A little contemporary for you.

It's very delicate.

What a beautiful ring. Is it ours?

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