“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)
“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)
“Career is too pompous a word.
It was a job, and I have always
felt privileged to be paid for
what I love doing.”
“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)
“Hollywood amuses me.
Holier-than-thou for the public and
unholier-than-the-devil in reality.”
“Mama, face it.
I was the slut of all time.”
Elizabeth Taylor as Gloria Wandrous in
“Butterfield 8” (1960)
“My friends just call me Ringo,
nickname I had as a kid.
Right name’s Henry.”
John Wayne as The Ringo Kid in
“Can you imagine being
wonderfully overpaid for
dressing up and playing games?”
“I’d like to have made one of
those big splashy Technicolor
musicals with Rita Hayworth.”
“If I had one day when I didn’t have
to be all confused and I didn’t have to
feel that I was ashamed of everything.
If I felt that I belonged someplace.
James Dean as Jim Stark in
“Rebel Without A Cause” (1955)