Pete 'n' Tillie
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Pete 'n' Tillie

Year:
Duration:
100 min
Genres:
Comedy | Drama | Romance
IMDB rate:
6
Director:
Martin Ritt
Awards:
Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 1 win & 4 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 1973-06-11
Filming Locations: San Francisco, California, USA
Cast
Actor
Character
Walter Matthau
Pete
Carol Burnett
Tillie
Geraldine Page
Gertrude
Barry Nelson
Burt
Rene Auberjonois
Jimmy Twitchell (as René Auberjonois)
Henry Jones
Mr. Tucker
Kent Smith
Father Keating
Philip Bourneuf
Dr. Willet
Whit Bissell
Minister
Timothy Blake
Lucy Lund
Ray Ballard
Party Guest (uncredited)
Sandy Balson
Party Guest (uncredited)
Linda Burton
Waitress (uncredited)
Ed Call
Party Guest (uncredited)
Adele Claire
Party Guest (uncredited)
Jo De Winter
Party Guest (uncredited)
Don Diamond
Policeman (uncredited)
Lou Fant
Party Guest (uncredited)
Mickey Fox
Madame Lee (uncredited)
Angela Greene
Party Guest (uncredited)
Roberta Haynes
Party Guest (uncredited)
Maurice Hill
Guest (uncredited)
Kathleen Hughes
Party Guest (uncredited)
Johnny Scott Lee
Small Boy (uncredited)
Tom Middleton
Party Guest (uncredited)
Leland Murray
Gardener (uncredited)
Robert Nichols
Party Guest (uncredited)
Gerry Okuneff
Party Guest (uncredited)
Jessica Rains
Receptionist (uncredited)
Robert Rhodes
Party Guest (uncredited)
Joe Riley
Minor Role (uncredited)
Jackie Russell
Redhead (uncredited)
Isabel Sanford
Maid (uncredited)
Eric Sinclair
Party Guest (uncredited)
Tom Stewart
Guest (uncredited)
Jan Stratton
Party Guest (uncredited)
Joan Swift
Girl at Party (uncredited)
Gwen Van Dam
Party Guest (uncredited)
Paula Victor
Minor Role (uncredited)
Anne Whitfield
Minor Role (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
Carol Burnett had forty-five costume changes in the movie overseen by veteran costume designer Edith Head.
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This film was made and released about four years after its source novella "Witch's Milk" by author Peter de Vries was first published in 1968.
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Goofs
The song Strangers In The Night, first recorded in 1966, is heard on a jukebox in a scene set several years earlier.
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Quotes
Pete Seltzer: [Trying to make small talk, upon first meeting Tillie] Where were you born?
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Pete Seltzer: What were you saying about the gardener?
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Gertrude: You have one Jewish grandmother. You're three-fourths Lutheran. Why do you keep insisting that you're Jewish?
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Faq
Q
WHY isn't this available on DVD?
A
To me, any movies nominated for an award should be automatic.
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Photos from cast
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