I'd like to make people who see me in comic pantomime on the screen feel the way Mark Twain makes his readers feel.— Dorothy Gish
The most sensitive Dorothy Gish quotes that will add value to your life
I wanted to be a tragedienne. I only wanted sad parts. When mother read the press notices when I was on the road, saying I was a 'comedienne,' the tears rolled down my cheeks. I thought comedians had to have black on their faces, or red beards.
I never cease to wonder at my luck in having for my sister the woman who, more than any other woman in America, possesses all the qualities of true greatness.
Do you know New York stifles me? It makes me so unhappy.
There are so many things I want, and so many things I cannot afford to have. I don't see how people ever have money enough to live here.
I mean what good does it do anyone to kill themselves working, because the worms will get you in the end.
I thought comedians had to have black on their faces or red beards.