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Thanks.

 

Next: An Oscar-winning actress reflects on her on-screen chemistry with her leading men:

 

?It wasn't the way I looked at a man; it was the thought behind it.?

 

Edited by: allaboutlana on Jun 9, 2010 1:22 PM (1,308)

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I have one - which film is this

 

"I have many friends who are boys, but no boyfriends, I am the life of the party, but I always go home alone

 

I never went to my Prom because noone asked me

 

so please stop telling me how pretty I am, I know what I look like - so stop insulting me."

 

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OK, here?s one?

 

A top actress was about to go to work on a film directed by William Wyler and told the studio head she didn?t want to be bullied by Wyler. She said, ?I hear Wyler?s a sadist.?

 

?That isn?t true,? the mogul replied, ?he?s just a very mean fellow?

 

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The actress was Myrna Loy?it?s the mogul/studio head name I?m looking for?think about a producer famous for saying this kind of thing?

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Ta-da! That?s right?Myrna was going to be working with Wyler on *The Best Years of Our Lives* (produced by Goldwyn)?It?s all yours, SueSue?

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Thank you, ladyeve...

 

Who said :

 

"Method actors give you a photograph. Real actors give you an oil painting" ?

 

This man was famous for acting in film and directing only one movie.

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Thanks SueSue.

 

A macho sort of leading man (who loved to sail) on the subject of seeking security vs. living full-on.

 

?Where, then, lies the answer? In choice. What shall it be: bankruptcy of purse or bankruptcy of life??

 

Edited by: theladyeve on Jun 15, 2010 11:12 PM

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