All these women keep calling, leaving their numbers, and she gets more and more bugged!
"In the end, all of the necessary points were made, and I was satisfied, but nobody, of course, knew what a hit it would become; it was just released as product.
And there was another scene in which Goldie is left in Armand's house for the first time while he leaves to play soccer.
"He called me later and asked, ' What are you doing these days?
' I said, ' Funny you should ask' and offered him the picture.
When outcast cop Richie Roberts (Crowe) sets out to bring down Lucas's multi-million dollar empire, it plunges both men into a legendary confrontation.
," says Goldie Hawn with glee, recalling one of many battles she had to fight in her new role as executive producer of her own films.
He believed in the character."But Arthur Hiller, the first director, did not.
"He didn't want to depict Judy or her parents as Jews," says Shyer.Before its première, Zieff had to toss one hour and twelve minutes of the movie "into the trim barrel," as he puts it, "and it was like killing my children."What made the editing so painful, he explains, was the hilarity of many of the deleted scenes, most of which took place in France."We had to cut a wonderful scene in which Armand, who plays a gynecologist-obstetrician-playboy, is lecturing on a new method of delivering babies at a college you were supposed to believe was the Sorbo Nne.Goldie, as Judy, is auditing the course, and the interplay between them was uproarious."He felt it could be construed as anti-Semitic, which we four all found ridiculous.So he gracefully stepped aside.".""One day, Goldie, Nancy and I saw Howard Zieff on the Warners lot," says Shyer."It will be released in foreign markets in the spring, and a handsome TV sale price will further increase its coffers. I'd like to do one or two Goldie Hawn pictures a year.