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Bette Davis Quotes 2


Bette Davis Quotes 


Bette Davis


“You should know me well enough by now to know I don’t ask for things I don’t think I can get.”


“Men become much more attractive when they start looking older. But it doesn’t do much for women, though we do have an advantage: make-up.”


“My passions were all gathered together like fingers that made a fist. Drive is considered aggression today; I knew it then as purpose.”


“People often become actresses because of something they dislike about themselves: They pretend they are someone else.”


“Psychoanalysis. Almost went three times – almost. Then I decided what was peculiar about me was probably what made me successful. I’ve seen some very talented actors go into analysis and really lose it.”


“This has always been a motto of mine: Attempt the impossible in order to improve your work.”


“I think I’ll have a large order of prognosis negative.”


“I was the Marlon Brando of my generation.”


“I will not retire while I’ve still got my legs and my make-up box.”


“I wouldn’t worry too much about your heart. You can always put that award where your heart ought to be.”


“Discipline is a symbol of caring to a child. He needs guidance. If there is love, there is no such thing as being too tough with a child. A parent must also not be afraid to hang himself. If you have never been hated by your child, you have never been a parent.”


“Hollywood always wanted me to be pretty, but I fought for realism.”


“I am doomed to an eternity of compulsive work. No set goal achieved satisfies. Success only breeds a new goal. The golden apple devoured has seeds. It is endless.”


“I am just too much.”


“I don’t take the movies seriously, and anyone who does is in for a headache.”


“I have been uncompromising, peppery, intractable, monomaniacal, tactless, volatile, and oftentimes disagreeable… I suppose I’m larger than life.”


“I never did pal around with actresses. Their talk usually bored me to tears.”
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