I abhor mere prettiness.
How do you live with one person for 13 years and another for eight and find both as alien as strangers?
I've made more millions than I can count. But you know, it's a faerie gold - the tax people take most of it, and the rest goes to people you need to stay alive, places to live, conveyances to get from here to there.
'The Robe' was lousy but an almighty hit. I was dull as ditchwater and an almighty flop.
I grew up among heroes who went down the pit, who played rugby, told stories, sang songs of war.
False friendship, like the ivy, decays and ruins the walls it embraces; but true friendship gives new life and animation to the object it supports.
If I had a chance for another life, I would certainly choose a better complexion.
Anyone can play Henry VIII. I mean, even Robert Shaw... has played it.