Johnnie Ray quotes

  • In those days Mr. Sherlock Holmes was still living in Baker Street and the Bastables were looking for treasure in the Lewisham Road.

  • Bakers of bread rolls and pastry cooks will not buy grain before eleven o'clock in winter and noon in summer.

  • I don't think they'd ever make a movie about Chuck Baker but I'd love to play Chuck Baker

  • A comedy isn't about being funny," said Mrs. Baker. "We talked about this before." "A comedy is about character who dare to know that they may choose a happy ending after all. That's how I know." "Suppose you can't see it?" "That's the daring part," said Mrs. Baker.

  • People who deal with life generously and large-heartedly go on multiplying relationships to the end.

  • I’m moved by everything broken and crippled. Since that’s how we really are.

  • Wanting him to come back before anyone notices part of the world has not moved since he left.

  • I moved to L.A. right out of high school, but not to act. I think I chose it because it was on the same time zone as Seattle, where I'm from.

  • I moved to Los Angeles to be with a man I loved.

  • I was having sex with everything that moved