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I'm the one who takes your words and brings them to life. the Puritan baby opened his eyes in bleak New England, he had a Spartan struggle for life. .. Amanda Eliasch In L.A., you seem to meet only one sort of person. .. Ana Gasteyer I was inspired more by early Bette Midler. Tina Fey is brilliant. 24,95,"""Broken Arrow"" is the term used to describe a nuclear device that has been lost. .. A wrong turn taken by Maurice, Belle's father, causes the two to meet. is a clothing manufacturer, who married his wife Barbara (Bette Midler), for the about , army) men to Greece and was confronted by Spartans. 24,95,"""Broken Arrow"" is the term used to describe a nuclear device that has been lost. .. A wrong turn taken by Maurice, Belle's father, causes the two to meet. is a clothing manufacturer, who married his wife Barbara (Bette Midler), for the about , army) men to Greece and was confronted by Spartans.
Game of Thrones Hunger[ edit ] Chris Rock: People are starving all over the world, what do you mean, "red meat will kill you"? Don't eat no red meat? No, don't eat no green meat … if you're one of the chosen few people in the world lucky enough to get your hands on a steak, bite the shit out of it!
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We got so much food in America we're allergic to food. Hungry people ain't allergic to shit. You think anyone in Rwanda's got a fucking lactose intolerance?! Stretching his hand out to catch the stars, he forgets the flowers at his feet.
Everybody's so busy wanting to be down with the gang. Be a fucking person! Let it swirl around your head. Then form your opinion. No normal, decent person is one thing, okay? I've got some shit I'm conservative about, I've got some shit I'm liberal about.
There's only two things that dragons hate: Midrock If you're using half your concentration to look normal, then you're only half paying attention to whatever else you're doing. I wrote "Good" on my character sheet and I jolly well meant it! There's no I in "team", Grif. There's no U either. So I guess if I'm not on the team and you're not on the team, nobody's in the goddamn team.
There are only two infinite things: A hen is only an egg's way of making another egg. What are you doing? Inquisition of inquisition[ edit ] Captain Jack Sparrow: Inquisition of inquisition of inquisition[ edit ] Barbossa: No, what are you doing?! Inquisition of inquisition of inquisition of inquisition[ edit ] Captain Jack Sparrow: What are YOU doing?!
Inquisition of inquisition of inquisition of inquisition of inquisition[ edit ] Barbossa: I'm distracting you, you big turd blossom! Belkar is a horrible, loathesome, supremely selfish creature who behaves contemptibly, laughs at the pain of others, has no manners whatsoever, and whose mental acuity would be compared unfavorably to that of a table. And yet I find I still prefer him to you. The Order of the Stick Phoebe: Friends The 12th Doctor: What's inside is what counts.
If you're not happy in your own skin, you'll never be happy.
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And I've had more skins than most people. The last you - the you that isn't you now - wasn't averse to the odd bit of pretty packaging. You mean, the me who wore a bow-tie? The me that thought a fez - an item of apparel resembling an upturned plant-pot - was "cool"? The me that used the word "cool"? Still, not to worry. Sophistication and timeless sartorial elegance have been restored. I hired you to be the party tracker!! And don't you feel stupid now?!?
No, Belkar, I don't think it's physically possible for me to feel stupid after talking to you. Perhaps we should compare our respective Wisdom modifiers? I'll be in the back.
The Order of the Stick A mind is like a parachute. It only works when it's opened. Olivia de Havilland mounted a similar case inand won. Success with Warner Bros. She later described him as the "love of my life", and said that making the film with him was "the time in my life of my most perfect happiness".
This led to speculation in the press that she would be chosen to play Scarlett O'Haraa similar character, in Gone with the Wind. Davis expressed her desire to play Scarlett, and while David O. Selznick was conducting a search for the actress to play the role, a radio poll named her as the audience favorite.
Warner offered her services to Selznick as part of a deal that also included Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland, but Selznick did not consider Davis as suitable, and rejected the offer,  while Davis did not want Flynn cast as Rhett Butler. Jezebel marked the beginning of the most successful phase of Davis' career, and over the next few years, she was listed in the annual Quigley Poll of the Top Ten Money-Making Stars, which was compiled from the votes of movie exhibitors throughout the U.
InNelson obtained evidence that Davis was engaged in a sexual relationship with Howard Hughesand subsequently filed for divorce, citing Davis' "cruel and inhuman manner". Wallis convinced her to channel her despair into her acting. The film became one of the highest-grossing films of the year, and the role of Judith Traherne brought her an Academy Award nomination.
In later years, Davis cited this performance as her personal favorite. The last was her first color film, and her only color film made during the height of her career.
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To play the elderly Elizabeth I of EnglandDavis shaved her hairline and eyebrows. During filming, she was visited on the set by the actor Charles Laughton. She commented that she had a "nerve" playing a woman in her 60s, to which Laughton replied: That's the only way you grow in your profession. You must continually attempt things that you think are beyond you, or you get into a complete rut.
Her image was considered with more care; although she continued to play character roles, she was often filmed in close-ups that emphasized her distinctive eyes. All This, and Heaven Too was the most financially successful film of Davis' career to that point.The L Word ~ Bette and Tina Jodi Seson 5 Ep 10..
The Letter was considered "one of the best pictures of the year" by The Hollywood Reporter, and Davis won admiration for her portrayal of an adulterous killer, a role originated by Katharine Cornell. Davis refused, as she had met Arthur Farnsworth, a New England innkeeper. Davis rejected the idea of her being just "a figurehead only".
Faced with the disapproval and resistance of the committee, Davis resigned, and was succeeded by her predecessor Walter Wanger. It was a refreshingly different role for Davis, as she played a kind, sympathetic character.
William Wyler directed Davis for the third time in Lillian Hellman 's The Little Foxesbut they clashed over the character of Regina Giddens, a role originally played on Broadway by Tallulah Bankhead Davis had portrayed in film roles initiated by Bankhead on the stage twice before - in Dark Victory, and Jezebel.
Wyler encouraged Davis to emulate Bankhead's interpretation of the role, but Davis wanted to make the role her own. She received another Academy Award nomination for her performance, and never worked with Wyler again.
War effort and personal tragedy[ edit ] Following the attack on Pearl HarborDavis spent the early months of selling war bonds. After Jack Warner criticized her tendency to cajole crowds into buying, she reminded him that her audiences responded most strongly to her "bitch" performances.
She also performed for black regiments as the only white member of an acting troupe formed by Hattie McDanielwhich included Lena Horne and Ethel Waters. Hollywood's most important stars volunteered to entertain servicemen.
Davis ensured that every night, a few important "names" would be there for the visiting soldiers to meet. The Hollywood Canteen is one of them. It became one of the best known of her "women's pictures".
In one of the film's most imitated scenes, Paul Henreid lights two cigarettes as he stares into Davis' eyes, and passes one to her. Film reviewers complimented Davis on her performance, the National Board of Review commenting that she gave the film "a dignity not fully warranted by the script". Davis performed a novelty song, "They're Either Too Young or Too Old", which became a hit record after the film's release. Old Acquaintance reunited her with Miriam Hopkins in a story of two old friends who deal with the tensions created when one of them becomes a successful novelist.
Davis felt that Hopkins tried to upstage her throughout the film. Director Vincent Sherman recalled the intense competition and animosity between the two actresses, and Davis often joked that she held back nothing in a scene in which she was required to shake Hopkins in a fit of anger. An autopsy revealed that his fall had been caused by a skull fracture he had suffered two weeks earlier. Davis testified before an inquest that she knew of no event that might have caused the injury.
A finding of accidental death was reached. Highly distraught, Davis attempted to withdraw from her next film Mr. Skeffingtonbut Jack Warner, who had halted production following Farnsworth's death, convinced her to continue. Although she had gained a reputation for being forthright and demanding, her behavior during filming of Mr. Skeffington was erratic, and out of character. She alienated Vincent Sherman by refusing to film certain scenes and insisting that some sets be rebuilt.
She improvised dialogue, causing confusion among other actors, and infuriated the writer, Julius Epsteinwho was called upon to rewrite scenes at her whim. Davis later explained her actions with the observation, "When I was most unhappy, I lashed out, rather than whined. Despite the studio's suggestion that she play the role as young woman, Davis age 37 insisted on aging her appearance to fit the part InDavis married artist William Grant Sherry, her third husband, who also worked as a masseur.
She had been drawn to him because he claimed he had never heard of her and was, therefore, not intimidated by her. Davis played Miss Moffat, an English teacher who saves a young Welsh miner John Dall from a life in the coal pits, by offering him education.
The part had been played in the theatre by Ethel Barrymorebut Warner Bros. Davis disagreed, and insisted on playing the part as written, and wore a gray wig and padding under her clothes, to create a dowdy appearance. Treasury named Davis as the highest-paid woman in the country,  with her share of the film's profit accounting for most of her earnings. Her next film was Deceptionthe first of her films to lose money.
However, she was pregnant and went on maternity leave. As she continued making films, however, her relationship with her daughter B. When informed that the film was to be shot in Africa, Davis refused the part, telling Jack Warner, "If you can't shoot the picture in a boat on the back lot, then I'm not interested. Originally intended to pair Davis with Joan Crawford, Davis made it clear that she would not appear in any "dyke movie".
Although she initially was enthusiastic, she soon learned that Warner had arranged for "softer" lighting to be used to disguise her age. She recalled that she had seen the same lighting technique "on the sets of Ruth Chatterton and Kay Francis, and I knew what they meant".
She disagreed with changes made to the script because of censorship restrictions, and found that many of the aspects of the role that had initially appealed to her had been cut. The film was described by Bosley Crowther as "interminable", and he noted that "of all the miserable dilemmas in which Miss Davis has been involved Despite the lackluster box office receipts from her more recent films, inshe negotiated a four-film contract with Warner Bros.
Davis reportedly loathed the script, and begged Warner to recast the role, but he refused.
After the film was completed, her request to be released from her contract was honored. The reviews of the film were scathing. Dorothy Manners, writing for the Los Angeles Examiner, described the film as "an unfortunate finale to her brilliant career".
Shortly before filming was completed, producer Darryl F. Davis read the script, described it as the best she had ever read, and accepted the role. Within days, she joined the cast in San Francisco to begin filming.
During production, she established what would become a life-long friendship with her co-star Anne Baxter and a romantic relationship with her leading man Gary Merrillwhich led to marriage. The film's director, Joseph L. Mankiewiczlater remarked: She was again nominated for an Academy Award, and critics such as Gene Ringgold described her Margo as her "all-time best performance". Bette Davis is at her most instinctive and assured. Her actress - vain, scared, a woman who goes too far in her reactions and emotions - makes the whole thing come alive.
During this time, she was invited to leave her handprints in the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theatre. With Sherry's consent, Merrill adopted B. In JanuaryDavis and Merrill adopted a five-day-old baby girl they named Margot Mosher Merrill born January 6,  after the character Margo Channing.