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Natasha (Character)
from Three Sisters (1970)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Nancy Pecket / Natacha / Natalya / Natasa

Filmography

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  1. The Sisters (2005) Played by Elizabeth Banks (as Nancy Pecket)

  2. A három növér (1991) Played by Anna Ráckevei (as Natasa)

  3. Les trois soeurs (1980) (TV) Played by Catherine Hiegel (as Natacha)

  4. Three Sisters (1970) Played by Sheila Reid

  5. The Three Sisters (1966) Played by Shelley Winters (as Natalya)
  6. The Three Sisters (1964) Played by Alla Larionova (as Natalya)
    ... aka "Tri sestry" - Soviet Union (original title)
  7. Les trois soeurs (1960) (TV) Played by Marie-Claire Chantraine (as Natacha)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From The Sisters (2005)
Marcia Prior Glass: ...This party isn't for you anyway. It's for our little unborn nephew... God save him from your genes.
Nancy Pecket: Don't talk about my child like that!
Marcia Prior Glass: He's not a child yet, dear. Just some protoplasm doing the backstroke in your uterus. Besides, I'm sure he couldn't even hear me.
Nancy Pecket: You really hate me, don't you?
Marcia Prior Glass: No... Not at all. Do you hate a dog for peeing on the carpet? Of course not. She can't help it; it's her nature. You just have to leave her outside.
Nancy Pecket: ...You *really* hate me.
Marcia Prior Glass: Is that your goal? 'Cause I just might be able to accomodate you!
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