Famous Creative Women Quotations from . . .

Dorothy Gish
(1898-1968) born on
Mar 11
US actress. "She played in more than 75 films, 1912-22, including "Orphans of the Storm.""

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F
"Do you know New York stifles me? It makes me so unhappy. There are so many things I want, and so many things I cannot afford to have. I don't see how people ever have money enough to live here."

R
I'd like to make people who see me in comic pantomime on the screen feel the way Mark Twain makes his readers feel.
A
"I wanted to be a tragedienne. I only wanted sad parts. When mother read the press notices when I was on the road, saying I was a 'comedienne,' the tears rolled down my cheeks. I thought comedians had to have black on their faces, or red beards . . ."
N
"I mean what good does it do anyone to kill themselves working, because the worms will get you in the end."
K
"We do not get paid the exorbitant salaries folk believe, but because of our wealthy reputation we are made to suffer by dentists, doctors, lawyers, milliners. . . . I had two tiny cavities filled; my dentist charged me $350 for less than an hour's work!"

 



Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F:  "Interview in newsletter "Taylorology," by Louella Parsons, 9 Nov 1919; found at www.public.asu.edu/~bruce/Taylor63.txt"
R: "Interview in newsletter "Taylorology," by Ray W. Frohman, 2 Dec 1919; found at www.public.asu.edu/~ialong/Taylor36.txt."
A: "Interview in newsletter "Taylorology," by Ray W. Frohman, 2 Dec 1919; found at www.public.asu.edu/~ialong/Taylor36.txt."
N: "Interview in newsletter "Taylorology," by Louella Parsons, 9 Nov 1919; found at www.public.asu.edu/~bruce/Taylor63.txt"
K: "Interview in newsletter "Taylorology," by Louella Parsons, 9 Nov 1919; found at www.public.asu.edu/~bruce/Taylor63.txt"


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