Tootsie quotes

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Michael Dorsey, an unsuccessful actor, disguises himself as a woman in order to get a role on a trashy hospital soap.

Director: Sydney Pollack
Writer: Don McGuire (story by), Larry Gelbart (story by), Larry Gelbart (screenplay by), Murray Schisgal (screenplay by)
Production: Columbia Pictures
Year: 1982
MetaScore: 88/100
ImdbRating: 7.4
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 17 Dec 1982
Awards: Won 1 Oscar. Another 24 wins & 30 nominations.

39 Clips & Quotes

I'd like to make her look a little more attractive - Tootsie 00:29 I'd like to make her look a little more attractive Are you saying that nobody in New York will work with me - Tootsie 02:14 Are you saying that nobody in New York will work with me I cannot tell you all how deeply moved I am - Tootsie 07:08 I cannot tell you all how deeply moved I am That is one  nutty  hospital - Tootsie 00:13 That is one nutty hospital You know what I mean - Tootsie 01:06 You know what I mean Do you know what - Tootsie 00:56 Do you know what I'm just an untalented old has been - Tootsie 00:25 I'm just an untalented old has been I'm a character actress - Tootsie 03:13 I'm a character actress I  knew  there was a reason she didn't like me - Tootsie 00:16 I knew there was a reason she didn't like me You should have seen the look on her face when she thought I was a lesbian - Tootsie 01:27 You should have seen the look on her face when she thought I... It's not Tootsie or Toots or Sweetie or Honey or Doll - Tootsie 00:43 It's not Tootsie or Toots or Sweetie or Honey or Doll We are not friends - Tootsie 00:18 We are not friends But the simple truth is - Tootsie 00:41 But the simple truth is It was a wonderful party - Tootsie 00:27 It was a wonderful party I don't like it when people come up to me after my plays and say - Tootsie 00:47 I don't like it when people come up to me after my plays and... Where do you come off sending me your roommate's play for you to star in - Tootsie 02:06 Where do you come off sending me your roommate's play for... What do you mean you don't have anything to wear - Tootsie 01:27 What do you mean you don't have anything to wear Or we're gonna lose everything we have - Tootsie 01:15 Or we're gonna lose everything we have She thinks I'm gay - Tootsie 00:37 She thinks I'm gay I don't believe in hell - Tootsie 00:17 I don't believe in hell That's a corncob - Tootsie 00:10 That's a corncob You don't like me - Tootsie 01:10 You don't like me He's a friend of mine - Tootsie 00:39 He's a friend of mine I'm just afraid that you're going to burn in Hell for all this - Tootsie 00:20 I'm just afraid that you're going to burn in Hell for all... Or masculine women are ugly - Tootsie 00:57 Or masculine women are ugly You're too much trouble - Tootsie 00:15 You're too much trouble You are psychotic - Tootsie 00:11 You are psychotic I really appreciate you're doing this - Tootsie 00:30 I really appreciate you're doing this It's impossible - Tootsie 00:25 It's impossible I am in this business to make money - Tootsie 01:40 I am in this business to make money This is our first date - Tootsie 00:19 This is our first date Why'd you do it - Tootsie 00:28 Why'd you do it I think there's something I've got to say - Tootsie 00:52 I think there's something I've got to say Did you feel how much I hated you - Tootsie 01:00 Did you feel how much I hated you I beg your pardon - Tootsie 00:11 I beg your pardon She scares the shit out of me - Tootsie 00:25 She scares the shit out of me Why are you so worried - Tootsie 00:51 Why are you so worried Somebody died and left it to me - Tootsie 00:22 Somebody died and left it to me I'm on the third floor - Tootsie 00:26 I'm on the third floor

Cast

Michael Dorsey - Dustin Hoffman
Sandy - Teri Garr
George Fields - Sydney Pollack
John Van Horn - George Gaynes
April - Geena Davis
Jacqui - Ellen Foley
Phil Weintraub - Ronald L. Schwary
Mrs. Mallory - Debra Mooney
Middle-Aged Man - Michael Ryan
Stage Hand - Robert D. Wilson
Middle-Aged Man - James Carruthers
Middle-Aged Woman - Estelle Getty
Actor #1 - Bernie Pollack
Actor #2 - Sam Stoneburner
Salesgirl - Marjorie Lovett
Man at Cab - Willy Switkes
Maitre d' - Gregory Camillucci
Joel Spector - Tony Craig
Bartender - Walter Cline
Party Girl (as Suzanne Von Schaack) - Suzanne von Schaack
Mrs. Crawley - Anne Shropshire
Secretary - Pamela Lincoln
Receptionist - Mary Donnet
Girl #1 (as Mallory Jones) - Mallory Millett
Girl #2 - Patti Cohane
Party Guest - Murray Schisgal
Photographer - Greg Gorman
Acting Student - Anne Prager
First Actor - John Carpenter
Second Actor - Bob Levine
Stage Manager #2 - Jim Jansen
Diane - Susan Egbert
Acting Student - Kas Self
Stage Manager - Tom Mardirosian
Mel - Technical Director - Richard Wirth
Director - Gavin Reed
Autograph Hound - Annie Korzen
Autograph Hound - Ibbits Warriner
Autograph Hound (as Lois de Banzie) - Lois De Banzie
Autograph Hound (as Stephen C. Prutting) - Stephen Prutting
Autograph Hound - Carole Holland
Waiter - Tobin Bell
Film Director at Party - Phillip Borsos
Hoffman Look-Alike at TV Audition - Cassandra Danz
Acting Student - Jim Dratfield
Pavel - Waiter in Russian Tea Room - Paul E. Guskin
Actor at Party - John Kapelos
Gene Shalit - Gene Shalit
Andy Warhol - Andy Warhol
Shocked Bystander as Dorothy Grabs a Cab - Joyce Worsley