Movie: The Opening of Misty Beethoven [1976] Movie: The Opening of Misty Beethoven [1976]

Movie: The Opening of Misty Beethoven [1976] Movie: The Opening of Misty Beethoven [1976]

Misty Beethoven:
What's the biggest difference between New York and Rome?



Seymour Love:
There aren't as many Italians in Rome.

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Seymour Love:
What's your name?



Misty Beethoven:
Misty Beethoven.



Seymour Love:
Is that your real name?



Misty Beethoven:
No, it's not. I took to sound more important.



Seymour Love:
What was it before?



Misty Beethoven:
Dolores Beethoven.



Seymour Love:
I should have guessed.

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