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

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The Goodbye Girl -- Richard Dreyfuss delivers an Academy Award-winning performance asromance blooms between two complete opposites forced to share anapartment in New York.

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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: I just met Lucy.
Paula McFadden: What did you tell her?
Elliot Garfield: That I was moving into the other room. She seemed to take it in stride.
Paula McFadden: You grow up fast in this apartment. The john is right over there. I'll get the rest of her things out in the morning.
Elliot Garfield: Would you like to stop grinding your teeth for two seconds? The noise is driving me crazy.
Paula McFadden: A dripping stranger from Chicago with a wet beard and dirty shoes moves into my daughter's room and you expect smiles?
Elliot Garfield: I think you're dynamite, you know that? I love listening to you talk. I hate living with you but your conversation is first class.
Paula McFadden: This is your room. I do not clean or make beds. You may use the kitchen or the bathroom when I am not in it and wash it up when you are through. You pay for your own food, laundry, linens and phone bills. I would appreciate some quiet between six and nine as that is when Lucy does her homework and I don't care what you drink or smoke. As long as it is not grass in front of my 10 year old daughter. Now, we have everything straight?
Elliot Garfield: No.
Paula McFadden: No?
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