H. B. Warner quotes

  • Of course we all have our limits, but how can you possibly find your boundaries unless you explore as far and as wide as you possibly can? I would rather fail in an attempt at something new and uncharted than safely succeed in a repeat of something I have done.

  • But I'm never gonna get to a point in my life where what it costs to shoot a movie is going to determine what it is. The limits of my imagination is the only thing that's gonna stop me.

  • You never know the limit of a human being.

  • One of the great triumphs of the nineteenth century was to limit the connotation of the word "immoral" in such a way that, for practical purposes, only those were immoral who drank too much or made too copious love. Those who indulged in any or all of the other deadly sins could look down in righteous indignation on the lascivious and the gluttonous.... In the name of all lechers and boozers I most solemnly protest against the invidious distinction made to our prejudice.

  • His students were hardly in a position to tell him when he was getting windy, and he had recently noticed, as most professors did after a while, that his lectures mysteriously seemed to be getting longer with time.

  • The wrinklier the raisin, the sweeter the fruit.

  • As you grow older you realize that art has an enormous effect. It's frightening sometimes to think of the effect that we can have.

  • At my age, any day above ground and vertical is a good day.

  • The old are in a second childhood.

  • I just don't want to die the same day Castro dies

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