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Thoroughly Modern Millie

Cast
Julie Andrews, James Fox, Mary Tyler Moore, Carol Channing, John Gavin, Beatrice Lillie, Jack Soo, Pat Morita, Philip Ahn, Anthony Dexter, Cavada Humphrey
Released
1967
Mary Tyler Moore | chloral hydrate | ether
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House mother Mrs. Meers pours a general anesthetic on a captive woman. Ether? Chloral hydrate? (0:16)

Meers laces Dorothy’s punch with powder. (0:24)

Meers injects a drug into an apple. (0:38)

Muzzy Van Hossmere tells stenographer Millie, ”Unfortunately, I enjoyed his friendship for a brief but very ecstatic period.” (1:00)

Muzzy, referring to Millie: “Could be she has a hangover, Miss Dorothy.” (1:13)

Meers falls unconscious after exposure to her spray. (1:14)

Millie tells her boss Trevor, referring to Rudolph Valentino, “I mean, in The Sheik, he takes Agnes Ayres by brute force.”
Trevor, referring to young women: “Now they are disillusioned.” (1:23)

Millie tells her office equipment salesman friend Jimmy, “You crazy kid, get in here.”
Jimmy: “What in the world, you crazy kid?” (1:45)

Jimmy tells Millie, “Those roses are doped.” (1:56)

Jimmy cross-dressed as Mary James (1:58)

Meers drugs Trevor with a dart. (2:00)

A neighbor tells Millie, “Dickie’s... got some instincts of a gentleman.” (2:03)

Millie reads a note from Jimmy: “I am going to pretend to be doped...” (1:04)

Dorothy, by telephone: “Operator, you have obviously never been in a Chinese opium den.” (2:13)

Millie tells Dorothy, referring to Jimmy, “Oh, I do hope he won’t be an addict. I mean, with all that dope and everything.”
”It didn’t hurt Sleeping Beauty or Snow White.” (2:15)

Reference in Connie and Carla