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22nd Sep '17 1:02:31 PM WildeOscar
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* Norma's Charlie Chaplin impression is actually amusing. At least until Max interrupts.

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* Norma's Charlie Chaplin impression is actually amusing. (Gloria Swanson was friends with Charlie Chaplin in real life.) At least until Max interrupts.
18th May '17 1:33:01 PM wittylibrarian
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* A grim joke during the final scene, but the police are unable to use the phones because gossip columnist Hedda Hopper is calling in her report.

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* A grim joke during the final scene, but the police are unable to use the phones because gossip columnist Hedda Hopper is calling in her report.report.
* When Joe is getting another of his scripts rejected, he tells the script girl "You'd have turned down 'GoneWithTheWind'," only to have the producer sitting next to her reply "No, that was me. I said 'Who wants to see a Civil War picture?'"
12th Apr '17 7:57:10 AM wittylibrarian
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* Norma's Charlie Chaplin impression is actually amusing. At least until Max interrupts.

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* Norma's Charlie Chaplin impression is actually amusing. At least until Max interrupts.interrupts.
* A grim joke during the final scene, but the police are unable to use the phones because gossip columnist Hedda Hopper is calling in her report.
30th May '16 5:22:33 AM Seanette
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'''Joe:''' She read the script?

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'''Joe:''' She read the script?script?
* Norma's Charlie Chaplin impression is actually amusing. At least until Max interrupts.
12th Dec '15 12:30:50 AM jedidarrick
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Creator/BillyWilder and Charles Brackett originally envisioned this movie as a comedy, and while the final product turned out more dramatic than originally intended, it still works in a few humorous lines.

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Creator/BillyWilder and Charles Brackett originally envisioned this movie as a comedy, and while the final product turned out more dramatic than originally intended, it still works in a few humorous lines.
29th Sep '14 10:01:50 PM dsneybuf
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Creator/BillyWilder and Charles Brackett originally envisioned this movie as a comedy, and while the final product turned out more dramatic than originally intended, it still works in a few humorous lines.
15th Sep '14 9:33:01 PM dsneybuf
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-->'''Norma:''' Here's the chart from my astrologer. She's read [=DeMille=]'s horoscope. She's read mine.\\

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-->'''Norma:''' Here's the chart from my astrologer. She's She read [=DeMille=]'s horoscope. She's She read mine.\\
15th Sep '14 9:32:16 PM dsneybuf
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-->'''Norma:''' My astrologist has read my horoscope, he's read [=DeMille=]'s horoscope.\\
'''Joe:''' Has he read the script?

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-->'''Norma:''' My astrologist has read Here's the chart from my horoscope, he's astrologer. She's read [=DeMille=]'s horoscope.horoscope. She's read mine.\\
'''Joe:''' Has he She read the script?
5th Aug '14 10:47:23 AM dsneybuf
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-->'''Norma:''' My astrologist has read my horoscope, he's read DeMille's horoscope.\\

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-->'''Norma:''' My astrologist has read my horoscope, he's read DeMille's [=DeMille=]'s horoscope.\\
2nd Aug '14 7:53:21 AM dsneybuf
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* Joe's narration for the scene of him paging through Norma's script:
--> Sometimes it's interesting to see just how bad bad writing can be. This promised to go the limit.
* Joe's expression of disbelief in astrology, when Norma claims the stars foretell Cecil B. [=DeMille=] greenlighting her return:
-->'''Norma:''' My astrologist has read my horoscope, he's read DeMille's horoscope.\\
'''Joe:''' Has he read the script?
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