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Steel Magnolias (1989)

Steel Magnolias (1989)

Steel Magnolias is a beloved American comedy-drama film released in 1989. Directed by Herbert Ross and based on Robert Harling's 1987 play of the same name, this cinematic gem follows the lives of six Southern women living in Louisiana. The remarkable ensemble cast includes acting legends such as Sally Field, Shirley MacLaine, Olympia Dukakis, Dolly Parton, Daryl Hannah, and Julia Roberts. Each actress brings depth and charm to their characters, who navigate life's joys and tragedies with resilient humor and unwavering friendship.

If you want to relive the emotional journey of these strong-willed yet fragile women, you can play and download the timeless sounds of Steel Magnolias on various platforms. Immerse yourself in the heartfelt storytelling, unforgettable performances, and the uplifting power of female camaraderie. So sit back, relax, and allow the laughter and tears of Steel Magnolias to captivate your heart.

A bottle of cheap wine,
A cherry Coke.
A cup of flour, a cup of sugar
A cup of fruit cocktail with the juice,
A cuppa cuppa cup?
A dirty mind is a terrible thing to waste.
A doc Help!
A few weeks.
A sexy slip of a dress that bares...”.
A thing like this just doesn't make any sense.
Aah!
Aah! Jack!
About building a room onto our house.
About three weeks.
Absolutely.
Actually, we fought most of the time.
After all these years.
After they finally put Bunky Dupuy behind bars
After tomorrow it'll be a long time before I can pick him up again.
Ah ah ah. Glamour technician.
Ahem.
Ahh.
All right, all right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right. Load me up.
All the people want to hear about is touchdowns and injuries.
All you wanna do on your day off is sleep
Am I interrupting something?
Am I my brother's keeper?
Amen.
Amen.
An armadillo?
And change my name to Elizabeth Arden.
And Daddy always says,
And don't even bother to wear a girdle.
And everyone lived happily ever after.
And finally we realized there was no hope.
And get on with it.
And go bar hopping.
And had an ungrateful nephew put to sleep.
And he said, “AII gay men have track lighting
And her poor little body was just worn out.
And hop over to where the kids are.
And I can report that a strange car
And I can usually spot a bottle job
And I don't recall having seen you before.
And I love you.
And I make it a point never to deal with my wife.
And I personally feel much safer knowing she's up there on my side.
And I smiled at the son of a bitch before I could help myself.
And I think that in Shelby's case,
And I think there's a story there.
And I was rid of him
And I was there when she drifted out.
And I wish you'd be happy, too.
And I'll have you know you are working
And I'll take care of him.
And I'm not stupid.
And I'm originally from Zwolle.
And I'm so excited about this Christmas festival.
And I've arranged for some pretty incredible fireworks.
And it's a real good idea.
And it's my Sunday to count the offering.
And last, but never least,
And let me see if I can figure out who they are.
And marry the first of two total deadbeats.
And maybe I am,
And my work tends to be too pouffe when I'm nervous.
And of you, of everybody she knew.
And pick up my green dress at the cleaners!
And pink silk bunting
And say “no” and “stop that.”.
And Shelby had a lovely,
And sit on the back porch covered with grandchildren
And talk to someone. We're there to help.
And talk to someone. We're there to help.
And that drives you up the wall.
And the doctor said Shelby couldn't have children.
And the groom's cake hidden in the carport.
And the nasty, wicked, evil, wretched,
And the nicest thing I can say about her
And then proceeded to have the three most ungrateful children ever conceived.
And then you all looked over at me. Remember?
And this here's the best cherry Coke in the history of the world.
And told them to send me a warm body.
And we did things that frightened the fish.
And we talked and talked and talked.
And we'll go trick or treating right after dinner.
And went parking.
And without so much as a hello, he said,
And you mix and bake at 350
Anne Boleyn had six fingers.
Anne Boleyn. She was one of the six wives of Henry VIII.
Annelle was the valedictorian of the hairdo class.
Annelle, did you do all this?
Annelle, god damn it!
Annelle, honey, there's some towels in the dryer.
Annelle, honey, what do you say we talk some trash?
Annelle, I'd like to introduce you
Annelle, I'm dripping.
Annelle, I'm going to need more cuticle oil.
Annelle, it's wonderful.
Annelle, this looks pretty good.
Annelle, why are you so late?
Annelle, you take your Bible and shove it where the sun doesn't shine.
Annelle's become one of the hottest tickets in town.
Anything you want?
Are named Mark, Rick or Steve.”.
Are you Annelle?
Are you crazy?
Are you eating my picture?
Are you going to quit your nursing job?
Are you high, Clairee?
Are you read)I?
Are you speaking of Our Lord?
Are you trying to confuse me, Clairee?
Arrr!
As Lloyd and I were.
As long as you were wearing something inspirational.
At 20 paces.
At her age, she should be playing Beat the Clock.
At least he hung on through the state play offs.
At least in walking distance.
At my reception.
At Robeline's boarding house.
At the Baptist book store in Shreveport last week.
Aunt Fern made it.
Aunt Fern's.
Back at Truvy's.
Back door.
Be a soft spoken dog.
Beautifully,
Because I can nap at home for free.
Because I'm an old Southern woman.
Because of that unfortunate motel thing.
Because this is going in the hairdo hall of fame.
Because you no longer have a say so in what I do,
Beer.
Before you make any big decisions about family.
Besides, I kind of like the idea of hiring somebody with a past.
Best food in Louisiana!
Big day, isn't it?
Bite him in the balls!
Blood red.
Blood, sweat, and tears go in every little bowlful.
Boy, give me the sports.
Boys, I want to talk to you.
Boys, we're off to Truvy's.
Bunky that's my husband He just vanished last week.
Business never interested me
But a 7 feels so good I buy a size 8.
But he kind of grew on me and now I love him.
But he's having trouble with the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
But I feel bad, Clairee.
But I just like the idea of growing old with somebody.
But I just sat there.
But I know he really wants a son so bad he can taste it.
But I love the tops, such a vibrant purple.
But I slammed it against the wall
But I wanted to tell you that Sammy and I have decided
But I'm nervous.
But I'm not about spend the next 50 years of my life
But in this day and age, who knows?
But it's hard to parlay that into a reason to live.
But it's not real convenient when you're trying to keep up with Jack, Jr.,
But my daughter can't.
But no, we're friends.
But she's living over at Ruth Robeline's.
But that dog is on his last legs.
But that's how I get through things like this.
But that's true for anybody.
But there was also a horrible, evil,
But they do look carved out of cream cheese.
But you get through it, and life goes on.
But you will not keep liquor in mine.
But your hair is just holding up beautiful.
But, Miss Truvy, I swear to you,
But... Janice van Meter
By a man's carriage and demeanour
Call Clairee.
Call Connolly's Funeral Home.
Calories, calories.
Can I borrow these back issues of Southern Hair?
Can I help you, sir?
Can we call a truce long enough for me to get a piece of cake?
Can't!
Children aren't possible.
Christ, Christ, Christ.
Christ.
Clairee, can I get one thing straight with you?
Clairee, I'd like you to meet Annelle.
Clairee, I'm surprised at you
Clairee, this is just a gesture.
Clairee, you know I'd rather walk on my lips than to criticize anybody.
Clairee's getting you some juice.
Clairee's just been telling us this true story of track lighting.
Come here, Rhett!
Come here, Rhett.
Come here! Stop it, Rhett!
Come here.
Come on home, honey.
Come on now. That a girl.
Come on, everybody.
Come on, Rhett. Kill! Kill!
Come on, Sammy!
Come on.
Come on. Look. Look.
Come on. What will it be?
Come sit by me.
Congratulations, Drum.
Congratulations.
Congratulations.
Considering the fact that the Dry Prong lines
Cool down. I'll have to turn the hose on you.
Cooperate, please.
Corsages are pretty stupid
Could I do something to help?
Could I say this, please?
Could you hand me that bag, Pam?