[Asked by a reporter at an MGM premiere, "Are you happy to be here?"] Of course, I got off location for this!
James Stewart had a dislike of Hollywood war movies, explaining that they were hardly ever accurate. During his career, he only starred in two war films: Strategic Air Command, and The Mountain Road.
Gregory Peck is the hottest thing in town. Some say he is a second Gary Cooper. Actually, he is the first Gregory Peck.
I have tried to live my life so that my family would love me and my friends respect me. The others can do whatever the hell they please.
Maureen O'Hara starred with John Wayne in five films. In all five, Wayne and O'Hara played husband and wife and, in all five, they were estranged at least briefly.
If I had stayed in Hollywood, I would have killed myself. Or someone would have done it for me.
Cary Grant gave his entire fee for The Philadelphia Story (1940) to the British war effort.
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!