PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Music
A privileged rich debutante and a cynical struggling entertainer share a turbulent, but strong childhood friendship over the years.
The song about Otto Titsling, the inventor of the brassiere, was first introduced by Bette Midler on a 1986 album called "Mud Will Be Flung Tonight." The story of Otto Titsling (i.e. "a two-tit sling") and Phillip de Brassiere (i.e. "fill up the brassiere") is an urban legend, created by British humorist Wallace Reyburn in his 1971 book, 'Bust Up: The Uplifting Tale of Otto Titzling'. In fact, the brassiere was developed by various French fashion designers from ladies' corsets of the 19th century. The term "brassiere" is derived from the French "braciere," a name for an armored military breastplate.
Victoria Cecilia Essex:
Pouncer Pouncer the wonder cat. I'm so glad you're not a rat, or a bat, or too fat.
As Hillary and C.C. are leaving to the beach with Victoria both women buckle their seatbelts. Victoria is standing inbetween them in the back. The next scene shows all of them in the convertible with Victoria still standing up as they're driving down the road.
The musical number "Otto Titsling" is omitted from most TV prints of the film.
$5,160,258 (USA) (15 January 1989)
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