Zitat des Tages von Loretta Young:
In silence - and in self-defense - I figured things out in my own little way.
I was as impatient about finding my dream man as I was about everything else I wanted.
I was deaf and dumb and blind to all but me, myself and I.
I've learned that getting what you want gives you a pretty high batting average, and leaves you plenty to struggle for.
Unless some misfortune has made it impossible, everyone can have good posture.
If you want a place in the sun, you have to expect a few blisters.
A face is like the outside of a house, and most faces, like most houses, give us an idea of what we can expect to find inside.
Everything worthwhile, everything of any value, has its price. Everything anyone has ever wanted has come neatly wrapped up in its penalties.
Success can't be forced.
What you don't know intrigues you more than what you do know.
Certainly tears are given to us to use. Like all good gifts, they should be used properly.
A face that is really lovely in repose can fall apart if, when its owner stars to talk, she distorts every feature.
I do not hold with those who think it is all right to do whatever you want so long as it doesn't hurt anyone. Who's to be the judge of that?
There are no ugly ducklings.
I couldn't bear it if anyone knew I had hardly any self-confidence at all.
As an actress, I have to be objective about myself. If I don't criticize myself, there are plenty who will do a find job of it for me!
A charming woman is a busy woman.
I don't yearn to be a child again.
Gratitude isn't a burdening emotion.
In 1949 there was a new thing called Television, to which my agency and advisers opposed as a performance medium.
I'd lived by quotations, practically all my life.
Nearly everyone I met, worked with, or read about was my teacher, one way or another.
I believe you have to nurture your conscience.
A pleasant voice, which has to include clear enunciation, is not only attractive to those who hear it... its appeal is permanent.
Just after I entered my teens I suddenly entertained an insatiable enthusiasm for the delightful habit of criticizing others.
Wearing the correct dress for any occasion is a matter of good manners.
I'm not sure the public knows what it wants.
In common with many others in the varied branches of our profession, my academic education is subnormal.
Glamour is something you can't bear to be without once you're used to it.
I believe in the Golden Rule. I believe in practicing it.
I think making mistakes is as inevitable as receiving disappointments.
No one is ever too old, too rich, too poor, to pray.
I've always been scared to death of pain - afraid, even, to think of it.
Just because you want to be glamorous, don't be a sheep about your eye makeup.
Like charity, I believe glamour should begin at home.
Fashion should not be expected to serve in the stead of courage or character.