U.S. entertainer Eddie Sparks wants to bring some fun to the soldiers during World War II and contacts singer/dancer Dixie Leonard for help. They become the perfect team and tour from North... See full summary »
When the New York child performer CC Bloom and San Francisco 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
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In the scene where CC (Bette Midler) comes back to her apartment building she has an exchange with the doorman about winning a Tony award. Now, 29 years later, Ms. Midler actually does win the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for "Hello Dolly". See more »
The staff and characters in a new play stay up awaiting the daily newspaper reviews for the production they've just opened, one of the papers they read from is Village Voice, a weekly which does not print overnight play reviews. See more »
I don't even remember what it was I was mad about and I don't care. Whatever it was that you did, I forgive you.
What I did? You and your lousy letters. Just to get one of them made me special even before I opened it. All your crappy stories, all your big dreams.
I didn't know that.
Well, what the hell did you know? Did you know how bad things were for me? No, because you wouldn't even open my letters. If you had even answered one, just one! Told me what a jerk I was, anything! But you didn't. ...
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The version shown on the Superstation includes the following changes:
A different version of the conversation between CC and Leona on the beach in Miami, which omits most of the swears and changes a few of the lines.
A different version of CC's fight with the director of her first movie
The part in the bar where CC asks Harry for 50 dollars is omitted, going right from her song "I've Got My Health" to her ordering a drink from the bartender.