Douglas Fairbanks Quotes

Douglas Fairbanks Quotes: What has always been at the heart of film making was the value of a script. It was really the writer who could make or break a film. But as we all know, the writer has always been at the bottom of the creative heap.
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Douglas Fairbanks Quote: In my day, the only people who achieved real independence were my father, Mary Pickford and Charles Chaplin, who, with D. W. Griffith, formed United Artists. Other than that, everybody belonged to the big studios. They had no say in their own careers.
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Quotes about Douglas Fairbanks: The Joan Crawford that I've heard about in 'Mommie Dearest' is not the Joan Crawford I knew back when.
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Quote about Douglas Fairbanks: If you really want to know someone, you must see their emotions off guard. That's how I know Joan Crawford could never have been cruel to her children. I really knew her, when she was still Billie, as she liked to be called in the early days. In a relationship as close as ours, I had the chance to see her in every kind of personal situation.
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