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Gene Wilder Blazing Saddles

Gene Wilder On The Truth

“On stage or in the movies I could do whatever I wanted to. I was free. ”

Interview by - March 25, 2007

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Johnny Cash On The Gospel

“I just hope and pray I can die with my boots on”

Interview by - October 1996

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Carol Burnett On Finding Home

“When I looked in his eyes, he was there. He was home... I had a dad.”

Interview by - August 19, 2003, WNYC Studios

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Barry White On Making Love

“When a man’s making love, the last thing he thinks about is war. ”

Interview by - April 3, 1987, Los Angeles

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Kurt Cobain On Identity

“I even thought that I was gay. I thought that might be the solution to my problem. ”

Interview by - July 22, 1993

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Louis Armstrong On Keeping His Chops

“You’ve got to be good or as bad as the devil. ... Even if we had two, three days off I still had to blow that horn a few hours to keep up the chops.”

Interview by - & James R. Stein
June 24, 1964, Highland Park, Illinois

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Maurice Sendak On Being a Kid

“I still think the same way I thought as a child. I still worry. I’m still frightened. Everything is the same. Nothing changes.”

Interview by - September 2009, Sendak's home in Connecticut
Interviewed with Ramin Seetodeh

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James Brown On Conviction, Respect & Reagan

“Black is not a color; it’s an attitude. It’s the attitude of independence, respect and dignity.”

Interview by - 1984. Washington, D.C. Convention Center

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Wilt Chamberlain On Tall Tales

“I think a lot of ladies found me so attractive because I was different, and I acted on that in a way.”

Interview by - 1992

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Beastie Boys On Being Stupid

“There’s a way we talk and it includes profanity. We never figured we’d be arrested for it. - Mike "Mike D" Diamond ”

Interview by - May 31, 1985. Washington, D.C.

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