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Michael has written a schollarly book on the revolutionary war. He has sold the film rights. The arrival of the film crew seriously disrupts him as actors want to change their characters, directors want to re-stage battles, and he becomes very infatuated with Faith who will play the female lead in the movie. At the same time, he is fighting with his crazy mother who thinks the Devil lives in her kitchen, and his girlfriend who is talking about commitment. Written by
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[on seeing Michael nearly pick a fight with her co-star Elliott out of jealousy]
I think if you have a complaint, you ought to take it up with me.
Exactly how far do you take being Mary Slocum?
How far do you take being an historian?
I would stop short of sleeping with George the Third. *Why* would you have anything to do with him?
Because he's a witty, charming man, and because it helps our scenes.
Helps your *scenes*?
When I look in his eyes now, there's someone there. Do you--do you know what...
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