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Paula McFadden (Character)
from The Goodbye Girl (1977)

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The Goodbye Girl -- OSCAR WINNER RICHARD DREYFUSS ON FOR BEST ACTOR! An actor and a struggling actress/dancer/mother deliver comedy and bitter-to-best romance.

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  1. The Goodbye Girl (2004) (TV) Played by Patricia Heaton
    ... aka "Neil Simon's The Goodbye Girl" - USA (complete title)

  2. Goodbye Doesn't Mean Forever (1982) (TV) Played by Karen Valentine

  3. The Goodbye Girl (1977) Played by Marsha Mason
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  1. Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters (2006) Played by Marsha Mason

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From The Goodbye Girl (1977)
Elliot Garfield: Alright, here is the situation.
Paula McFadden: I know the situation.
Elliot Garfield: Just let me say this out loud alright? I mean, I don't really believe this myself. Number one, I'm starting work in the morning and I have no place to sleep tonight. Number two, you don't have any money and you've got my apartment. Also you have your daughter to think about.
Paula McFadden: I am thinking of her right now!
Elliot Garfield: Do me the courtesy of hearing me out. Please? You are not the only one who can scream rape, you know?
Paula McFadden: Ha.
Elliot Garfield: We are both in a bind. The two of us. And I think the only practical solution is that we share the apartment.
Paula McFadden: I accept.
Elliot Garfield: What?
Paula McFadden: I accept. I may be subborn but I am not stupid.
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