I ran into George Kauffman last night. He was at my house for dinner.
I canít make it, but I hope youíll give me a raincoat.
Iím going out for some tea and trumpets.
Mr. Golwyn, can I destroy these old files?
Go ahead. But make copies of them first.
Mr. Goldwyn, that director is too caustic.
To hell with cost; pay him what he wants.
You are partly one hundred percent right.
Sex will outlive us all.
I never put on a pair of shoes until Iíve worn them five years.
Frances has the most beautiful hands in the world, and someday Iím going to make a bust of them.
Itís more than magnificent. Itís mediocre!
Cheer up, Freddy. Youíve got the best part in the picture. And you, Anna, youíve got the best part too!
Youíve got to take the sour with the bitter.
If you donít disagree with me, how will I know Iím right?
ĒWhy only twelve [apostles]?Ē
ďThatís the original number.Ē
ďWell, go out and get thousands.Ē
I donít think anybody should write his autobiography until after heís dead.
A bachelorís life is no life for a single man.
Letís have some new cliches.
Donít pay attention to the critics--donít even ignore them.
Modern dancing is so old fasioned.
I was very pleasantly disappointed.
Spare no expense to make everything as economical as possible.
This book has troo much plot and not enough story.
I want this to be fifty-fifty like I said. But I want you to see that I ge the best part of it.
My horse was in the lead, coming down the home stretch, when the caddie had to fall off.
If I could drop dead right now, Iíd be the happiest man alive.