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Sylvia Fowler (Character)
from The Women (1939)

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Overview

Biography:
Lanky, brittle, fashionable Park Avenue society matron... See more »
Alternate Names:
Mrs. Howard Fowler / Sylvie Fowler

Filmography

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TV:
  1. Stage on Screen: The Women (2002) (TV) Played by Kristen Johnston

  2. Women in New York (1977) (TV) Played by Margit Carstensen
    ... aka "Frauen in New York" - West Germany (original title)

  3. "Producers' Showcase"
        - The Women (1955) TV episode, Played by Paulette Goddard
Feature:
  1. The Women (2008/I) Played by Annette Bening (as Sylvie Fowler)

  2. The Women (1939) Played by Rosalind Russell (as Mrs. Howard Fowler)
Archive Footage:
  1. Gable and Crawford (2008) (V) Played by Rosalind Russell (as Mrs. Howard Fowler)

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Quotes:
From The Women (1939)
Edith Potter: [Wiping her hands on towel] Oh, cheap Chinese embroidery, you know I'll bet Peggy gave her these...
Sylvia Fowler: It wouldn't be so bad if only Mary's friends knew we could keep our mouths shut.
Edith Potter: I know plenty, I'd never breathe about my friend's husbands.
Sylvia Fowler: Oh so do I!
[They both turn around and look at each other]
Edith Potter: Well you know I adore Mary!
Sylvia Fowler: I worship her, were not only cousins, She's my dearest friend in the world, after all we WERE raised together!
[Turns around quickly]
Sylvia Fowler: Oh Edith I forgot to tell you...
[Whispers to Edith]
[...]
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