Perhaps I am old-fashioned, but black and white films still hold an affectionate place in my heart; they have an incomparable mystique and mood.
Looking back at my life's voyage, I can only say that it has been a golden trip.
My love for ice cream emerged at an early age - and has never left!
The only way to enjoy anything in this life is to earn it first.
You know, there's nothing damnable about being a strong woman. The world needs strong women. There are a lot of strong women you do not see who are guiding, helping, mothering strong men. They want to remain unseen. It's kind of nice to be able to play a strong woman who is seen.
I try to feed my hunger rather than my appetite.
Even married people have differences of opinion, I'm told.
When two people love each other, they don't look at each other, they look in the same direction.
I made my last motion picture in March 1965 for Magna Pictures. 'Harlow,' based on the life of actress Jean Harlow... I didn't know at the time that 'Harlow' would be my last motion picture.
I yearned for a long, happy marriage with one person.
I believe in dressing for the occasion. There's a time for sweater, sneakers and Levis and a time for the full-dress jazz.
Gossip is hardly uplifting.
Only I know my life.
Part of the joy of dancing is conversation. Trouble is, some men can't talk and dance at the same time.
Sure, jets are fast and economical, but, oh my, what fun we've lost and what leisure we've sacrificed in the race to efficiency. Somehow, stepping onto a plane and zooming across the United States in a matter of hours doesn't hold a candle to the dear, old-fashioned train ride.
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