Quotations by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
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Born: Thursday, February 11, 1909
Died: Friday, February 5, 1993 (83 years old)
All playwrights should be dead for three hundred years.
I'm a schoolteacher. That's even worse than being an intellectual. Schoolteachers are not only comic, they're often cold and hungry in this richest land on earth.
(Keywords: Being, Earth, Land)
I've been in on the beginning, the rise, peak, collapse and end of the talking picture.
(Keywords: Beginning, End, Talking)
The difference between life and the movies is that a script has to make sense, and life doesn't.
(Keywords: Life, Movies, Difference, Sense)
There's nothing as real as money.
(Keywords: Money, Nothing)