Glenn Ford Quote
“It really doesn't matter whether it's the villain or the hero. Sometimes the villain is the most colorful. But I prefer a part where you don't know what he is until the end.”
Other languages for this quote
Non si tratta di interpretare la parte del cattivo o dell'eroe. Anzi, spesso il ruolo del cattivo è più espressivo, tuttavia preferisco quei ruoli in cui non si capisce fino alla fine da che parte stia il personaggio.
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“Clint developed his way of talking [on the screen] by studying the breathy speech pattern of Marilyn Monroe.”
“The reason I'm doing Shakespeare is to see if today's audiences can still relate to that. I'm not old or English, or anything, so this'll prove it once and for all.”
“Listen, I got three expressions: looking left, looking right, and looking straight ahead.”