I kinda go for the Jane Eyre type of film. I am fascinated by classics.
I like reading... French, Russian classics - Gogol, Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky, Flaubert. I also like Hemingway, Virginia Woolf.
We played in bars and other such establishments and anywhere where people would listen. Sometimes they did, and sometimes not. The outfits we wore were classics of the 50's.
I don't repeat that many styles if I can help, although some have become classics. I try not to repeat. I'd rather surprise people.
When I was 20 I was immensely proud of the rows of grey-spined Penguin Modern Classics in my bookcase.
I grew up with the classics. My mom and I would sit and watch 'Singin' in the Rain' and 'White Christmas' - those kind of movies.
Classics are constantly being re-imagined and transformed, and the originals are none the worse for it; they endure.
When I wrote 'Barefoot in Paris,' I wanted to make simple recipes that you could make at home that tasted like French classics.
There are, I'm depressed to say, many classics I have not yet read and will probably never get around to, though I will not stop short of hospitalizing myself in the attempt.
If you look back at the great classics and the epics and myths, they were for everyone. Different people got different things from them, but everyone was invited to participate.
There's no question that Whale's movies are classics. They were wonderful, and successful.
You have to know the classics if you want to cook modern food.
I chose Sony Classics, not just because of their practical experience, not just because of their wisdom in marketing, but mainly because of their integrity.
Oh, when I was a kid, I was raised up with all the Disney classics.
I didn't want to be a catcher. It was thrust upon me, as they say in the classics.
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