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Phillip North (Character)
from Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)

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Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)
Phillip North: I'm legal!

Sister Mary Alice: I got here as fast as I could, Sister Mary. What is it this time?
Sister Mary Alice: Why don't you ask Phillip?
Helen North: Phillip?
[Phillip turns around revealing a black eye]
Helen North: Darling! What happened?
Phillip North: Nothing.
Helen North: Who did that to you?
Phillip North: One of the kids.
[points at Sister Mary]
Phillip North: *She* started it. She says I'm not legal.
Helen North: What?
Phillip North: And Mike isn't my brother.
Helen North: Of course he's your brother.
Phillip North: Then my name's Phillip Beardsley.
Sister Mary Alice: Phillip North.
Phillip North: There she goes again.
Sister Mary Alice: Sister, couldn't you - couldn't you just call him Phillip Beardsley?
Sister Mary Alice: I'm sorry, but the school requires that we use their legal names.
Phillip North: Let's go to another school.
Helen North: Sister, I, uh, I understand your legal problem, but you must try to understand mine. You see, I'm trying to bring two families together, and this is the first sign that I may be succeeding. So I really would appreciate it if you'd let Phillip sign his name Beardsley.
Sister Mary Alice: But legally, it's North.
Sister Mary Alice: But it's more important that emotionally, it's Beardsley.
Sister Mary Alice: North.
Helen North: Beardsley.
Sister Mary Alice: North!
Helen North: Beardsley, Beardsley, Beardsley!
Phillip North: Watch out, Mom. You might get a black eye.

Helen North: Sister, I, uh, I understand your legal problem, but you must try to understand mine. You see, I'm trying to bring two families together, and this is the first sign that I may be succeeding. So I really would appreciate it if you'd let Phillip sign his name Beardsley.
Sister Mary Alice: But legally, it's North.
Helen North: But it's more important that emotionally, it's Beardsley.
Sister Mary Alice: North.
Helen North: Beardsley.
Sister Mary Alice: North.
Helen North: Beardsley! Beardsley! Beardsley!
Phillip North: Watch out, Mom. You might get a black eye.