Ken Osmond quotes

  • It surprises me every day that this (Eddie Haskell) character is still so popular. I don't completely understand it but it's nice.
    -- Ken Osmond

    #Nice #Character #Surprise

  • I had great parents, and they trained me well and instilled great values in me. They also taught me common sense about money and that I couldn't count on the good fortune of doing a show forever. Therefore, I never spent money I didn't have and didn't end up destitute like other child actors.
    -- Ken Osmond

    #Children #Common Sense #Parent

  • I credit my parents for instilling in me a good work ethic and the sensibility that God serves those best who serve themselves.
    -- Ken Osmond

    #Work Ethic #Parent #Credit

  • I realized that there are just certain things in life that are private. I have things in my past - like everyone - that I'm not proud of.
    -- Ken Osmond

    #Past #Things In Life #Proud

  • You have moments where you do appearances and people recognize you and you get fan letters, but that's after you've put in long days rehearsing, filming and for us kids - going to school on the set.
    -- Ken Osmond

    #School #Kids #Long

  • My idea of the perfect bottom would be nice, bubbly, curvy, firm, maybe a little bit bouncy.

  • The difference between a gourmet and a gourmand we take to be this: a gourmet is he who selects, for his nice and learned delectation, the most choice delicacies, prepared in the most scientific manner; whereas the gourmand bears a closer analogy to that class of great eaters ill-naturedly (we dare say) denominated, or classed with, aldermen.

  • Twenty years ago I wanted to move to a nice place so our Charley would grow up a nice boy and learn a profession. But instead we live in a jungle, so he can only be a wild animal. D'you think I picked the East Side like Columbus picked America?

  • The fighter (like the writer) must stand alone. If he loses he cannot call an executive conference and throw off on a vice president or the assistant sales manager. He is consequently resented by fractional characters who cannot live outside an organization.

  • In other words, the propositions of philosophy are not factual, but linguistic in character - that is, they do not describe the behaviour of physical, or even mental, objects; they express definitions, or the formal consequences of definitions. Accordingly we may say that philosophy is a department of logic. For we will see that the characteristic mark of a purely logical enquiry, is that it is concerned with the formal consequences of our definitions and not with questions of empirical fact.

  • Mammootty sir is an idol for me.. His uniqueness in developing characters is quite amazing

  • But I guess I like playing flawed guys 'cause it gives a place for the characters to go.

  • No sin which we are capable of committing has ever taken God by surprise for He knew we were just like that.

  • What surprises me most in architecture, as in other techniques, is that a project has one life in its built state but another in its written or drawn state.

  • It's the mishaps that make it fun, and brings you the surprise.

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