When the New York child performer CC Bloom and San Fransisco rich kid Hillary meet in a holiday resort in Atlantic City, it marks the start of a lifetime friendship between them. The two keep in touch through letters for a number of years until Hillary, now a successful lawyer moves to New York to stay with struggling singer CC. The movie shows the various stages of their friendship and their romances including their love for the same man. Written by
Sami Al-Taher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friends come and go but there's always one you're stuck with for life.
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Did You Know?
The song about Otto Titsling, the inventor of the brassiere, was first introduced by Bette Midler
on a 1986 album called "Mud Will Be Flung Tonight." The story of Otto Titsling (i.e. "a two-tit sling") and Phillip de Brassiere (i.e. "fill up the brassiere") is an urban legend, created by British humorist Wallace Reyburn in his 1971 book, 'Bust Up: The Uplifting Tale of Otto Titzling'. In fact, the brassiere was developed by various French fashion designers from ladies' corsets of the 19th century. The term "brassiere" is derived from the French "braciere," a name for an armored military breastplate. See more
The position of John on the steps outside the theatre, when he and CC are breaking up. See more
I just want to get back to my hotel, but I can't remember the name!
Ritzy or Cheap?
I guess it's Ritzy.
Does it have a fountain in front, a pool inside, and a bunch of fruits in monkey suits playing violins in the lobby?
Yes! That's it!
You bet your ass it's Ritzy! It's the Marlboro Blenheim.
Referenced in Must Love Dogs
Under The Boardwalk
Music and Lyrics by Arthur Resnick
and Kenny Young
Arranged by Marc Shaiman
, Arif Mardin
, Robbie Buchanan
and Robbie Kondor
Produced by Arif Mardin
Performed by Bette Midler See more