“The Great Ziegfeld” quotes(1936)
Plot – Florenz Ziegfeld is considered the father of the musical genre. In the beginning he works in small bars of the suburb, then his career rises but at the height of his success Ziegfeld suffers a financial collapse. The musician dies in poverty.
All actors – William Powell, Myrna Loy, Luise Rainer, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Virginia Bruce, Reginald Owen, Ray Bolger, Ernest Cossart, Joseph Cawthorn, Nat Pendleton, Harriet Hoctorshow all
“The Great Ziegfeld” Quotes 8 quotes
“- Anna Held: You should have at least closed the door.
- Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.: Wait! Anna! Anna, please don't misjudge me. I couldn't help it. She's... she's drunk.”
“He's a terrible ladies' man. I suppose that's forgivable, because he's surrounded by so many beautiful women.”
“- Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.: You're better with your feet than you are with your broom.
- Ray Bolger: I wish you'd give me a chance. I've got talent, and I'd like to get away from shifting scenery and moving props.”
“Men who keep books are never very happy.”
“- Marie: If you love him so, why did you divorce him?
- Anna Held: Because I thought it would bring him back to me. I was sure that it would bring him back to me.”