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Nancy Blake (Character)
from The Women (1939)

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Biography:
Nancy Blake is an old maid author who is cynical of the women around her... See more »
Alternate Names:
Alex Fisher / Amanda Penrose

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Feature:
  1. The Women (2008/I) Played by Jada Pinkett Smith (as Alex Fisher)

  2. The Opposite Sex (1956) Played by Ann Sheridan (as Amanda Penrose)

  3. The Women (1939) Played by Florence Nash
TV:
  1. Stage on Screen: The Women (2002) (TV) Played by Lisa Emery

  2. "Producers' Showcase"
        - The Women (1955) TV episode, Played by Mary Astor

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Quotes:
From The Women (1939)
Nancy Blake: You just can't bear Mary's happiness, can you, Sylvia? It gets you down.
Sylvia Fowler: How ridiculous! Why should it?
Nancy Blake: Because she's contented. Contented to be what she is.
Sylvia Fowler: Which is what?
Nancy Blake: A woman.
Sylvia Fowler: Ah! And what are we?
Nancy Blake: Females.
Sylvia Fowler: Really. And what are you, pet?
Nancy Blake: What nature abhors: I'm an old maid, a frozen asset.
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