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“Get me a bromide and
put some gin in it.”

 

Mary Boland as Countess DeLave in
“The Women” (1939 – MGM)

 

Mary Boland (center) with Paulette Goddard and Norma Shearer in "The Women" (1939)

Mary Boland (center) with Paulette Goddard
and Norma Shearer in “The Women” (1939)

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“At 14, I discovered girls. At that time,
dancing was the only way you could put your
arm around the girl. Dancing was courtship.
Only later did I discover that you dance joy.
You dance love. You dance dreams.”

 

Gene Kelly Quotes

 

Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron in "An American in Paris" (1951)

Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron in “An American in Paris” (1951)

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“I feel clean now.
My whole body’s just
a-quiverin’ with cleanness.”

 

Shelley Winters as Willa Harper in
“The Night of the Hunter” (1955)

 

Shelley Winters and Robert Mitchum in "The Night of the Hunter" (1955)

Shelley Winters and Robert Mitchum in
“The Night of the Hunter” (1955)

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“Those kids are devils incarnate, huh.
I’ve tried everything, everything…
but nothing I’ve tried…
kids… kids… that’s it… kids!!”

 

Sidney Poitier as Mark Thackeray in
“To Sir, with Love” (1967)

 

Sidney Poitier as Mark Thackeray in "To Sir, With Love" (1967)

Sidney Poitier as Mark Thackeray in
“To Sir, With Love” (1967)

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“Tara! Home. I’ll go home.
And I’ll think of some way
to get him back. After all…
tomorrow is another day.”

 

Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara in
“Gone with the Wind” (1939)

 

Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara in "Gone with the Wind" (1939)

Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara in
“Gone with the Wind” (1939)

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“Career is too pompous a word.
It was a job, and I have always
felt privileged to be paid for
what I love doing.”

 

Barbara Stanwyck

 

Barbara Stanwyck in "Ball of Fire" (1941)

Barbara Stanwyck in “Ball of Fire” (1941)

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“There’s nothing tragic about being fifty.
Not unless you’re trying to be twenty-five.”

 

William Holden as Joe Gillis
in “Sunset Boulevard” (1950)

 

William Holden publicity shot for "Sunset Boulevard" (1950)

William Holden publicity shot for “Sunset Boulevard” (1950)

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“Hollywood amuses me.
Holier-than-thou for the public and
unholier-than-the-devil in reality.”

 

Grace Kelly

 

Grace Kelly Quotes - 'Hollywood amuses me...'

Grace Kelly

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“Mama, face it.
I was the slut of all time.”

 

Elizabeth Taylor as Gloria Wandrous in
“Butterfield 8” (1960)

 

Elizabeth Taylor as Gloria Wandrous in "Butterfield 8" (1960)

Elizabeth Taylor as Gloria Wandrous in “Butterfield 8” (1960)

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“My friends just call me Ringo,
nickname I had as a kid.
Right name’s Henry.”

 

John Wayne as The Ringo Kid in
“Stagecoach” (1939)

 

John Wayne as The Ringo Kid in "Stagecoach" (1939)

John Wayne as The Ringo Kid in “Stagecoach” (1939)

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