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Friday, March 16, 2018

10 of history’s best insults and replies

Liberals Unite
Here are 10 of history’s best insults and replies.
March 14, 2018
by Samuel Warde

We put them in alphabetical order and included one bonus piece. Enjoy.

Alfred Hitchcock responding to actress Mary Anderson who asked him “What is my best side,” while filming “Lifeboat.”

“You’re sitting on it, my dear.”

Bette Midler on Princess Anne:

“She loves nature, in spite of what it did to her.”

Elizabeth Taylor:

“Some of my best leading men have been dogs and horses.”

Frank Sinatra on Robert Redford: Read More

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Thursday, October 27, 2016

BetteBack May 18, 1997: Spoken 10 Years Ago From 1997

Cumberland Sunday Times
May 18, 1997

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Spoken IO years ago: “ I’m completely confused and befuddled.” — Bette Midler, who collected four American Comedy Awards. Midler was honored with trophies for lifetime achievement, female performer of the year, for her performance in the movie “Ruthless People” and for her album “Mud Will Be Flung Tonight.”

When Singers Try Their Hand at Acting (Part 2)

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Friday, August 12, 2016

Bette Midler On Touring With Songs For The New Depression Tour:

Bette Midler On Touring With Songs For The New Depression Tour: “That’s really my life, really what 1 do best. I haven’t been on the screen yet, and God only knows what I’m going to photograph like, but’I don’t think I could ever give touring up. That’s my life’s work.” (Los Angeles, 1975)

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On Getting Chatty On Stage:

Bette Midler On Getting Chatty On Stage: “It may happen again, especially if I take to drink, as most performers do on the road. I try my best lo avoid it, but once you start to drink and or take drugs on the road, then it kind of gets away from you. You do start to get a little manic. And tiredness will do it to you. too. Tiredness will make you very frantic and very edgy and very nervous .” (Los Angeles, 1975)

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Friday, August 5, 2016

Bette Midler On “The Rose” Character:

Bette Midler On “The Rose” Character: “No, it’s not a thinly veiled movie about Janis Joplin. Although there will be drinks, drugs, love and destruction. “She is a composite of all kinds of people trying to survive that decade.” (The Australian Women’s Weekly, 1977)

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

On The Aftermath Of “For The Boys”:

Bette Midler On The Aftermath Of “For The Boys”: “I sulked and cried for so long after ‘For the Boys,’ I didn’t think anybody wanted to see me again. I turned down ‘Sister Act.’ I turned down everything. I stayed home and planted a garden,” (Premiere Magazine, 1993)

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Everything in this country is about speed…

“Everything in this country is about speed, about going faster, having more status, more money And I find that’s not really the way” (1991)

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