stopped to see who will emerge. Three professional
lace hat and much too much rouge.
SIDNEY is in his mid-twenties, tall, badly-complexioned,
white-haired POLICEMAN. The non-professionals in the
front of him with her autograph book raised.
(to the MAN)
Are you somebody?
No, honey, I'm just a working stiff.
just as PUPKIN arrives.
Who did you get?
two away from the other professionals.
He'd never tell you anyway, Sidney.
Then I got him again at the
Pierre at four o'clock.
Be a dear, Mae. I don't happen
to have Mr. Vallone.
You know what I want for him.
But I have only six Barbra's left.
You know how difficult she is to
I don't have her even once.
Would you do that, Rupert? You don't
I'll give you Mr. Burt Reynolds too.
Look, Sidney, Rupert doesn't do
that sort of thing.
How about it, Rupert? I'll give
you whoever you want.
bag and reading them off.
Rodney Dangerfield ... Richard
Harris ... Liza Minelli ... and
she's not so easy to work with
either ... Louise Lasser!
You're wasting your time.
Look, Sidney. I'm just not
interested. This isn't my
whole life, you know.
What's that supposed to mean --
that it's my whole life, or
Sidney's or Mae's?
It is so my whole life.
Shut up, Mae. What about your
mother? Isn't she part of
It's her whole life too.
(to the crowd)
If you want Jerry's autograph, give
send it backstage.
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