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What are the best nighttime quotes?
We've gathered this hand-picked list of quotes to show you what is nighttime!
Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Benjamin Britten, Bill Watterson or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous nighttime quote.
The old idea of a composer suddenly having a terrific idea and sitting up all night to write it is nonsense. Nighttime is for sleeping. — Benjamin Britten
I think nighttime is dark so you can imagine your fears with less distraction. — Bill Watterson
You know I've got a chum, a smashing mate, he's got a dog with no legs, and he calls it a cigarette. It's true, yeah, because at nighttime he has to take it out for a drag. — Norman Wisdom
The fact is that daytime television is less valued than nighttime, and it's partly because of the product that we produce. We do a one-hour show in 12 hours. Nighttime produces a one-hour show in seven to nine days. — Deidre Hall
On daytime they continue to revisit a lot of the same stuff while nighttime does move on and show development. — Ted Shackelford
I'm most in my element on tour, with a gig that day, like today. I'm on the road where I am supposed to be. I will be where I'm supposed to be at nighttime, on stage, in front of people, doing my thing. — Henry Rollins
In daytime, they're doing 50-60 pages a day, whereas nighttime, you do seven or eight. — Corbin Bernsen
Daytime has been successful all these years because it caters to a very real need in the audience - to see something that's not nighttime fantasy. People watch daytime because it's like their lives. — Erika Slezak
With social media and advertising and filters and FaceTune-ing it's hard to even to know what's real and what's not. So to see an image of a woman where you can actually see her face and her skin texture and she's still polished and beautiful or even glamorous with a nighttime look, but it still feels like a real person. I feel like that's the kind of beauty I want to applaud and align myself with.
When I first started out on the soap, I was more theatrical, like a stage actor, a little bigger than life. As I did more and more Love Of Life, I became more natural. I learned the value of underplaying. It was a great training ground for me. There was a big difference in my style of acting from where I started with that show and where I ended, and where I ended was a good jumping-off point for doing nighttime television and movies.
I'm like, "You could not wake up in the sixes? Does it really gotta be in the fives?" Because the 5 really feels like nighttime. I don't like the day starting at 5.
I don't think Israelis are less critical of corruption than people in Italy, France or America. Israel is special in a different way. There is a daytime Israel and a nighttime Israel. The first is self-confident, pushy and passionate, like other Mediterranean lands. It is hedonistic, materialistic and almost arrogant. During the nighttime, people are terrified, people are filled with existential dreads. These fears aren't baseless.
I want to make movies on a soundstage.
They close the door and it's nighttime, daytime. If it has to rain, they make the rain. That's what I like.
Even my nighttime dreams are very, very rooted in reality.
They just start to become surreal, little by little.
I think of the kids that live on top of garbage dumps, I think of the ways we could reach out to other countries, I think of certainly climate change. There's so much. The nighttime is that time, is it not?
When I was about five my dad built a stage for me in our basement.
A full stage, with a curtain, a backdrop and a dressing room. There were three colored spotlights - a red one, a white one, and a blue one. Blue was for nighttime scenes, and red was for when we were in hell. If the neighborhood kids wanted to use the stage, they had to incorporate me into the play.
I have morning prayers and a nighttime reflection. I also read the Bible daily.
So, short stories have an even harder time, because they tend to get read during the day, between other things. They're interstitial. And yet the content of short stories tends to be very much "nighttime" content.
I feel like my body doesn't judge the hours, you know? It doesn't care if it's daytime or nighttime.
I prefer to stroll which has a buddy at nighttime, than by itself inside the light.