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Liza Minnelli, Michael York, Helmut Griem, Joel Grey, Fritz Wepper, Marisa Berenson, Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel, Helen Vita, Sigrid von Richthofen, Gerd Vespermann
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Entertainer Sally tells teacher Brian, "Oh God, how depressing... I've been working on it like mad."
”Now, these work instantly, even on the most Sinister hangovers.”
”Oh, not wisdom, darling, instincts. I have ancient instincts.” (0:07)

Sally tells Brian, referring to her businessman friend, "Listen, Fritz is crazy to improve his English so he can dazzle fat American divorcees."
Referring to her cigarette, “I'm sure they're filled with opium.” (0:16)

Brian encounters a cross-dressed man in the men’s room. (0:19)

Sally tells Brian, "I spent the entire afternoon bumsening like mad..." (0:38)

Businessman Fritz tells Brian, "And here is the craziness..." (0:39)

Fritz tells Brian, "I think I go, I go crazy with the frustration."
”And I'm a crazy, lovesick fool.” (0:41)

Sally tells Brian, "Idiot." (1:01)

Brian, referring to Maximilian: "He must be insane." (1:12)

Brian asked Sally, "Aren't you ever going to stop deluding yourself?" (1:25)

The M.C. performs in drag. (1:30)

Sally tells Brian, "It’s crazy." (1:34)

Reference in Connie and Carla