Granata Does Escada It may not be populated with the likes of J. R., Pamela, or Sue Ellen Ewing, but Robert Altman's Dr. T and the Women is set in a moneyed Dallas where things haven't changed much since the primetime soap's heyday. Not in the fashion sense, anyway: big hair and over-the-top couture still rule. The ensemble comedy, which Artisan Entertainment released in October, is about a gynecologist (Richard Gere) who is hugely popular among Dallas society ladies. It was costume designer

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