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“Think twice before burdening a friend with a secret.”
“All young actors dream of success, but it's a bitter kind of thing for man, you lose the most valuable thing in the world, privacy.”
“I try to lie as much as I can when I'm interviewed. It's reverse psychology. I figure if you lie, they'll print the truth.”
“Performers should be judged only by their work on-stage - too much is made of their personal lives.”
“Often press people ask questions that are so personal that even your nearest and dearest wouldn't ask them.”
“- Professor Henry Jones: Did I ever tell you to eat up, go to bed, wash your ears, do your homework? No, I respected your privacy and I taught you self-reliance.
- Indiana Jones: What you taught me, is that I was less important to you than people that have been dead for several hundered years and in other countries, and I learned it so well,...” (continue)(continue reading)
“If you don’t mind, for the sake of your poor old dad, keep the door open three inches.”
“Even though I'm an actor, I don't love sharing everything about myself. It's always good to keep a little bit for yourself.”
“You want your privacy as a human being.”
“There's not much of me for people to follow around. I like maintaining that and I don't seek out fame.”
“In my entire life, I have ten people that are the closest people to me. They're my family, and I really don't mesh worlds that often.”
“I'm a private person; I stick to my neighbourhood and eat in my little restaurants.”
“I'm not the man they think I am at home. Oh no no no, I'm a rocketman!”
“He gives large parties, and I like large parties, they're so intimate. Small parties, there isn't any privacy.”
- Justin McLeod: I like privacy.
- Charles E. "Chuck" Norstadt: Well, what about living alone? Do you like that?
- Justin McLeod: It likes me.
“I sometimes lie, especially about personal things, because what does it matter?”
“I hear about stars being torn to pieces by fans. It never happened to me and I never saw it happen to anyone else.”
“As long as my pictures go into theaters and we ask people to pay to see what I do on the screen, I should not object if customers want to know what kind of man I am.”