Stymie Beard

Matthew Stymie Beard

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“‘My pappy was a crap-shootin’ fool.’ That don’t rub me too good today.” — Stymie Beard Source: 1981

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Peter O'Toole

Peter O’Toole

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“I can’t stand light. I hate weather. My idea of heaven is moving from one smoke-filled room to another.” — Peter O’Toole

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Roger Moore

Roger Moore

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“The only acting I ever did was trying not to blink because as soon as I pick up a gun, I start blinking.” — Roger Moore

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Woody Allen

Woody Allen

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“My one regret in life is that I am not someone else.” — Woody Allen Photographer: Irving Penn.

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Three Stooges

Three Stooges

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“The working class people like to think of us as being a real part of them. The middle class enjoys our work because they don’t dig opera and art and they think they’re better than we are. The few upper class people who watch us like to see what happens on the other side of […]

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Jack Nicholson Chinatown

Jack Nicholson – photos and quotes

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“I don’t think I’m boxed in to play anything or any kind of person. That’s the one professional trick I’ve done. That makes it possible for really good directors to use you in a lot of different ways.” — Jack Nicholson Source: Jack Garner (1998) Photo: Chinatown (1974)   “I started in ’57. I had […]

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

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“People ask me sometimes if I ever change my mind about a review, and I no longer agree with what I said in my review of The Graduate (1967), that the Simon & Garfunkel songs are instantly forgettable. I don’t think that was right.” — Roger Ebert

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Sterling Hayden

Sterling Hayden

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“I don’t think there are many other businesses where you can be paid good money and not know what you’re doing.” — Sterling Hayden on acting in Hollywood. Here is how he looked in 1941, the year after he was signed to a movie contract with Paramount Pictures, who billed him as “The Most Beautiful […]

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Dr. Seuss 1959

Dr. Seuss

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“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” ― Dr. Seuss (on life) Photo: 1959

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James Dean 1954

James Dean – photos and quotes

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“A neurotic person has a necessity to express himself – and my neuroticism manifested itself in the dramatic. Why do most actors act? To express the fantasies in which they have involved themselves!” — James Dean Source: Philip K. Scheuer (1954)   “People were telling me I behaved like Brando before I knew who Brando […]

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