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Part Four 

TV-MA | | Drama | Episode aired 10 April 2011
As the years have gone by, Mildred has become quite a successful businesswoman. It's now 1937 and she and Lucy, now a partner, is looking to open her third restaurant on Laguna Beach after ... See full summary »

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Veda Pierce
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Bert Pierce
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Wally Burgan (as James LeGros)
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Ida Corwin
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Mrs. Forrester
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Carlo Treviso
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Arline
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Letty
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bridget Burke ...
Elaine
Laura Esterman ...
Mrs. Kramer
Erwin Falcon ...
Pancho
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Reporter
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Laguna Customer's Wife
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As the years have gone by, Mildred has become quite a successful businesswoman. It's now 1937 and she and Lucy, now a partner, is looking to open her third restaurant on Laguna Beach after having opened her second place in Beverly Hills. Veda has grown into an attractive 18 year-old but is no less selfish as a young adult. She's taken to partying and staying out until all hours but refuses to follow her mother's advice. She's now thinking that she wants to be an actress, which Mildred encourages. She is soon pregnant but the child's father refuses to marry her leaving Mildred in the dark until she learns that something is going on from the boy's mother. Veda however wants something other than marriage from the boy and his family. Mildred throws her out but after several months with no word from her, learns that Veda has become a successful singer. Written by garykmcd

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Trivia

Veda's singing parts were actually performed by world-renowned coloratura soprano, Sumi Jo. The filmmakers used some of Jo's existing recordings along with new recordings made specifically for this movie. Evan Rachel Wood (Veda) worked with Deborah Surdi, a vocal coach at the Opera Orchestra of New York, to learn proper posture and breathing techniques. See more »

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In the end credits the Triple Concerto by Beethoven is identified as Op. 55. It is actually his Op. 56. See more »

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Mildred Pierce: But why, Veda? Haven't I given you everything you've ever wanted? If there was something you needed, couldn't you have come to me first instead of resorting to this? To blackmail?
Veda Pierce: You want to know why? I'll tell you why. With enough money, I can get away from you! You... And your pie-wagons, and chickens, and everything that smells of grease! I can get away from Glendale, and its dollar days, and furniture factories, and women that wear uniforms and men that wear smocks! From every rotten, ...
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Easy to love
Written by Cole Porter
Performed by Vince Giordano and The Nighthawks
Produced by Stewart Lerman
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