Whether or not you’re planning on catching Diane English’s update of The Women – it opens this weekend; click here to read Owen Gleiberman’s review – it’s definitely worth taking a few minutes and revisiting some classic, catty quotes from the 1939 original. If you’re in a rush, just jump ahead to the 6:40 mark, for Joan Crawford’s legendary parting shot: “By the way, there’s a name for you ladies, but it isn’t used in high society outside of a kennel.”
Posted September 12 2008 — 4:44 PM EDT
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