A well dressed woman, even though her purse is painfully empty, can conquer the world.— Louise Brooks
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The great art of films does not consist of descriptive movement of face and body but in the movements of thought and soul transmitted in a kind of intense isolation.
When I went to Hollywood in 1927, the girls were wearing lumpy sweaters and skirts. I was wearing sleek suits and half naked beaded gowns and piles and piles of furs.
I do not excuse myself with the usual escape of 'not trying.' I tried with all my heart.
I learned to act by watching Martha Graham dance, and I learned to dance by watching Charlie Chaplin act.
If I ever bore you, it'll be with a knife.
There is no other occupation in the world that so closely resembled enslavement as the career of a film star.
The tragedy of film history is that it is fabricated, falsified, by the very people who make film history.
Writing is 1 percent inspiration, and 99 percent elimination.
Most beautiful dumb girls think they are smart and get away with it, because other people, on the whole, aren't much smarter.
After a person dies, his biographers feel free to give him a glittering list of intimate friends. Anecdotes are so much tastier spiced with expensive names.
Anyone who has achieved excellence in any form knows that it comes as a result of ceaseless concentration.
Love is a publicity stunt, and making love, after the first curious raptures, is only another petulant way to pass the time waiting for the studio to call.
I never gave away anything without wishing I had kept it;
nor kept anything without wishing I had given it away.
Every actor has a natural animosity toward every other actor, present or absent, living or dead.