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The Group (film) Quotes

The Group (film) is a TV program that appeared on TV in 1970 . The Group ended in 1970.

It features Sidney Buchman as producer, Laurence Rosenthal in charge of musical score, and Boris Kaufman as head of cinematography.

The Group (film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of The Group (film) is 150 minutes long. The Group (film) is distributed by United Artists.

The cast includes: Polly Rowles as Mr. Andrews, Candice Bergen as Lakey, Jessica Walter as Libby, Larry Hagman as Harald Peterson, Kathleen Widdoes as Helena, Elizabeth Hartman as Priss, Mary-Robin Redd as Pokey, and Joan Hackett as Dottie.

The Group (film) Quotes

Larry Hagman as Harald Peterson

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Kathleen Widdoes as Helena

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Joan Hackett as Dottie

  • (Joan Hackett) "Where is the breakfast?"
  • (Jessica Walter) "Brevoort. charming old Hotel. So much more appropriate, don't you think, Lakey?"
  • (Candice Bergen) "What?"
  • (Jessica Walter) "Kay and Harald giving the breakfast."
  • (Candice Bergen) "City Hall would have been more appropriate too I think. Instead of trying to carry it off in Peter Styvesant's church. Harald not to the manor born, exactly."
  • (Jessica Walter) "How hard you can be, Lakey."
  • (Joan Hackett) "Yet Kay adores you. And you used to like her best in your heart of hearts."
  • (Candice Bergen) "You might spare me a cliche' like "heart of hearts," Dottie."

Jessica Walter as Libby

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Elizabeth Hartman as Priss

  • (Elizabeth Hartman) "It may surprise you Poke, but not everyone's lolling at Newport this summer."
  • (Mary-Robin Redd) "Lolling. Flying lessons all summer."

Candice Bergen as Lakey

  • (Candice Bergen) "There was another game that Kay insisted on playing: the Truth Game. Everyone was to make a list of their friends, in order of preference, and then compare the lists. What Kay never stopped to think about was that somebody always had to be at the bottom of every list. And when that somebody cried, Kay was honestly surprised."

Polly Rowles as Mr. Andrews

  • (Polly Rowles) "We madmen are the aristocrats of mental illness."

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