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You're a Big Boy Now (1966) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Phil Feldman.

Academy Awards 1966 --- Ceremony Number 39 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Supporting ActressGeraldine PageNominated
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Miss Thing: Last week I was 19. Today I'm 42. If I had an eggshell for every day I'd spent alone, I'd have a lot of eggshells.


[Barbara takes a cigarette out of Bernard's mouth]
Barbara Darling: You like those coffin nails too much. Better watch out. Better not cough.


Margery Chanticleer: Remember my promise: If you don't smoke until you're 21, I'll give you a special no-smoking present. Say goodbye to Rover, he's heartbroken.
Bernard Chanticleer: Goodbye, Dog.
Margery Chanticleer: Don't eat too much, don't stay out too late, don't go to suspicious places to play cards, and stay away from girls. But most of all, Bernard, try to be happy.


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The nightclub has scenes from Dementia 13 (also directed by Francis Coppola) projected onto the wall.
The film shows the final portion of old Pennsylvania Station being demolished. Peter Kastner roller skates down 7th Avenue, right past the partially demolished 7th Ave. facade while the new Madison Square Garden tower rises in the background.
The film was Francis Ford Coppola's $800,000 master's thesis at U.C.L.A film school in 1966.
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