It was the fashion of the time, still is, to feel that all actors are neurotic, or they would not be actors.
For one of my scenes, the Hammer people wanted me to smash my head against a stone pillar, they said they couldn't afford one made of rubber. I refused to beat my head against stone, of course.
Jayne Mansfield was named the second (out of 100) top Playboy Playmates of all time according to Playboy magazine.
[When he told his parents he wanted to act, they assumed he was gay.] That's what we thought actors were, all poofs. And sometimes we were right.
Clark Gable disliked Greta Garbo, a feeling that was mutual. She thought his acting was wooden while he considered her a snob.
Charles Bronson had a fan with whom he had never met. She left him her estate worth well over a million dollars. Her family sued and he ended up settling with them out of court.
Every actor has to make terrible films from time to time, but the trick is never to be terrible in them.
Originally released in the late 60's, these movies are in a select group of westerns to have stood the test of time and become classics.
Directed by Sergio Leone and frequently the first films that come to mind when you hear the expression 'spaghetti western', they were filmed mainly in Spain and not Italy, as many imagine.
The term 'spaghetti western' was used by American critics and those in other countries because most of these Westerns were produced and directed by Italians, with Sergio Leone being considered the best by most critics.
Ultimately, over 200 spaghetti westerns were to be made, but, we think these are the best.
Grab a whisky, take your spurs off, sit back and enjoy!