Archive for October, 2012
“I died living they all died dead.”
Bela Lugosi as Ygor in
“Son of Frankenstein” (1939)
“I rushed out of the projection room, ran
home and cried for hours. I was really ashamed
of myself. It was so awful…”
Myrna Loy on her screen
test for the film “Cobra” (1925)
“They say pantomime’s a lost art.
It’s never been a lost art and never
will be, because it’s too natural to do.”
“Fred Astaire will never say, though he’s
always asked, which of his dancing ladies
was his favorite partner. If you ask me,
he preferred the solo turns.”
“If I was you, I’d show more o’ what I got.
Maybe wear somethin’ with beads.”
-Sadie (Thelma Ritter)
“What I got don’t need beads.”
Lora Mae Hollingsway (Linda Darnell)
Linda Darnell from
“A Letter To Three Wives” (1949)
“Carole Lombard was a wonderful girl.
Swore like a man. Other women try,
but she really did.”
“I wasn’t nice to Debbie.
It’s a wonder she still speaks to me.”
Gene Kelly on working with Debbie Reynolds
while filming “Singin` in the Rain” (1952)
“Desi was the great love of my life.
I will miss him until the day I die.
But I don`t regret divorcing him.
I just couldn’t take it anymore.”
“I never did pal around with actresses.
Their talk usually bored me to tears.”
“Beautiful? It’s all a question of luck.
I was born with good legs. As for the rest,
beautiful, no. Amusing, yes.”