I guess I'm just a bum and a drifter by nature. I don't think of myself as a "star." I don't have any image of myself.
Basil Rathbone reacted with annoyance when asked to sign an autograph in the name of Sherlock Holmes.
I was a sinner. I slugged some people. I hurt many people. And it's true, I never looked back to see the casualties.
Henry Fonda In spite of his kind, heroic, honest screen persona, he was often described as being cold, aloof and frequently angry off-screen.
I was a so-called star because of my limitations and that was always the case. I couldn't do any accents. So I had to pretend. Luckily I was tall, had curly hair and a good voice.
Patrick Mcgoohan was the first choice for the roles of Gandalf in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, and Dumbledore in the "Harry Potter" films, but turned them down.
[in reference to the Carry On films] Those films haven't made me rich but they've given me a world wide identity.
Rita Hayworth was the producers' first choice for Casablanca (1942), but they couldn't get her and were fortunate to settle for Ingrid Bergman.
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!