Director of photography Ray June and Robert Montgomery between takes of Night Must Fall, 1937.
Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte in the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington D.C.
Gomez and Morticia Addams
“David Niven and I are like a circus together. The awful trouble is we break each other up laughing so hard. We shouldn’t be allowed to work together anymore because we have too much fun.
We’ve done all kinds of vaudeville bits and awful private jokes. Nobody else can understand them and I couldn’t explain them to them. But it leaves us in tears. It’s a rather schoolgirl form of humour that just happens to tickle us. I’ve known David since I was 17 years old and I don’t think that he has changed not an iota.” (Deborah Kerr)
"Success had come to me, and it had been wonderful. Money had come, and it was wonderful. But I never really cared." (Deborah Kerr, who canceled the final year of her contract with Metro, giving up a sure $3,000 a week for 52 weeks)