Bette Davis in That Certain Woman, 1937
“Mais c’est moi qui veut le dire… Paris m’attend aussi!”
A truer post has never been made.
Yep, I second that
hahaha hell to the yes.
I want EMMA, ELENA GONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! even Ann , she’s so boring now….I don’t mind Rebecca, I want Sue Ellen to have her own storylines not carrying John Ross’ tails wherever he goes…
Yes. This ^
Alfred Hitchcock - Dick Cavett show - 1972.
“Hey guys, it’s the middle of the night in Ireland and I can’t sleep. Working with Liv Ullmann is very exciting and a bit nerve-racking. She’s a genius and I’m beyond thrilled to work on this project.
So after an hour of staring at my ceiling, I got up and looked again at the sweet birthday comments you all left me. I feel so incredibly lucky to have such beautiful support on this page and wish I could give each of you a hug. Thank you for your kind notes, I loved my birthday”
Liv and Jessica = I think i’m gonna die.
“They were hotly in love and saw no reason to hide the fact. They showed magazine writers their love-telegrams to each other, and their love-jewelry. All her gold earrings were marked ‘To Lucy’ on one side and ‘Love, Desi’ on the other. He wore a gold St. Christopher’s medal on his neck marked ‘Darling,’ and carried a gold cigarette lighter engraved with the words, ‘Dear Desi, my love for you last much longer than this lighter, I betcha, Lucy.’ They always went on six or eight ‘honeymoon’ trips each year, and they embraced madly whether photographers were present or not. Also, they named everything in sight ‘Desilu,’ a combination of their names: their ranch, station wagon, boat, and even a special goulash invented by Desi…. But please realize one very important fact. Although Hollywood was often agog over Lucy and Desi’s public demonstrations of affection, it was never an act with them. They were truly in love.”
- Hollywood observer on Lucy & Desi, “The Real Story of Lucille Ball”