We are in the same tent as the clowns and the freaks-that’s show business.
In America, applause is won only by physical exertion.
It’s possible to commit art and entertainment in the same moment.
Deanna Durbin’s movies are about innocence and sweetness. They’re from a different time and a different place. Outside the movie house, there was Depression, poverty, war, death, and loss. Audiences then were willing to pretend,...
If it’s a good piece of entertainment, it’s probably going to rise above that.
Ah! good Sir! no Whores before Dinner, I beseech you.”[Love’s Last Shift]