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Mary Haines (Character)
from The Women (1939)
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- The Women (2008/I) Played by Meg Ryan
- Stage on Screen: The Women (2002) (TV) Played by Cynthia Nixon
- Women in New York (1977) (TV) Played by Christa Berndl
... aka "Frauen in New York" - West Germany (original title)
- The Opposite Sex (1956) Played by Jo Ann Greer (as Kay) / June Allyson (as Kay Ashley Hilliard)
- "Producers' Showcase"
- The Women (1955) TV episode, Played by Ruth Hussey
- The Women (1939) Played by Norma Shearer (as Mrs. Stephen Haines)
Sylvia Fowler: [Showing her nails to Mary] Mary, how do you like that?
Nancy Blake: Too, too adorable.
Sylvia Fowler: Ah, you have no idea how it stays on... I get it at Sydney's. You should go, Mary. A wonderful new manicurist. Olga's her name; she's marvelous. Isn't that divine? Jungle Red!
Nancy Blake: Looks like you've been tearing at somebody's throat!
Sylvia Fowler: [Smacks her hand on the table] I'll be darned, Nancy, if I'll let you ride me anymore!
Mary Haines: Oh Sylvia, Nancy's only trying to be clever, too.
Sylvia Fowler: Well, she takes a crack at everything about me... Even my nails!
Mary Haines: Well, I like them, I really do. Sydney's, Olga's, Jungle Red... I'll remember.
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