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|La Rochefoucauld, Francois De When I am getting ready to reason with a man, I |
spend one-third of my time thinking about myself and what I am going to say ...
Marshall, John I always had one ear offstage, listening for the call from the bookie
|“I always had one ear offstage, listening for the call from the bookie.” WALTER |
MATTHAU'S FILMS & TV: The 73rd Annual Academy Awards (2001), Hanging
Up (2000), The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg (2000) Intimate Portrait: Lea ...
|I always had one ear offstage, listening for the call from the bookie. —Walter |
Matthau Gambling was a kind of therapy that cut through all the affectations and
reduced everything to basic naked aggression. — Neal Gabler.ytfn Empire of
|We did Long Day's Journey for two years— that was enough! l've had the theater. |
lt becomes a damn bore night after night. ... ones l made while betting heavy on
the horses. l always had one ear off-stage, listening for the call from the bookie.
|'A' A term used to indicate the most important film in the days of double-feature |
programmes, one that used the talents of a studio's top actors, directors ... Cedric
Hardwicke I always had one ear offstage, listening for the call from the bookie.
|It's Chevrolet's seven engines, each one precision- balanced for smoother |
running and longer life, ranging from the standard 140-hp Six all ... No other
portable has the power to make fur fly like the Smith-Corona electric. ... It's a
bookie joint. ... You can always plant flowers in the piano. ... As she was taking
her curtain call, a box-seat holder shouted "Happy Birthday! .... she jammed her
thumb in her mouth, her tummy stuck out and her bulbous, lofty hat flopped
cockeyed over one ear.
|A study of human behavior in social situations and the way we appear to others. Dr. Goffman has employed as a framework the metaphor of theatrical performance.|
|" A literary tour de force, here is a novel unlike any other, one in which drug addiction, poverty, and human failure somehow suggest a defense of human dignity and a reason for hope.|