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Movie quote for Sunset Boulevard: "I am big. It's the pictures that got small." #MovieQuotes #SunsetBoulevard #ScreenwritersForHire #ScreenwriterForHire #Screenwriter
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People love seeing violence and horrible things. The human being is bad and can't stand more than five minutes of happiness. Put him in a dark theater and ask him to look at two hours of happiness, and he'd walk out or fall asleep.- Paul Verhoeven, Showgirls: Portrait of a Film #PaulVerhoeven #screenwriter #screenwriters #screenwriting
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Movie quote for Cool Hand: "What we've got here is a failure to communicate." #MovieQuotes #CoolHand #ScreenwritersForHire #ScreenwriterForHire #Screenwriter
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He had a goatee that was maybe growing into something that was more than a goatee, which made him look like an angry barista at an indie coffee shop whose dreams of becoming a successful screenwriter were dwindling by the hour. - Lev Grossman, The Magician's Land #LevGrossman #screenwriter #screenwriters #screenwriting
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FREE ebook about how to write a screenplay using the 3-act movie structure: http://ScreenwritersForHire.Com/free-ebooks/

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As a writer you should not judge…+Ernest Hemingway As a writer you should not judge, you should understand. - Ernest Hemingway #ErnestHemingway #Screenwriting #ScreenwriterForHire #ScreenwritersForHire
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Movie quote for Gold Finger: "Shaken, not stirred." #MovieQuotes #GoldFinger #ScreenwritersForHire #ScreenwriterForHire #Screenwriter
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There was Mary Pickford, who called Frances “the pillar of my career,” for she had written Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, Pollyanna, A Little Princess, and a dozen more of Pickford’s greatest successes. Frances was also her best friend and had seen her through her divorce from Owen Moore and marriage to Douglas Fairbanks; Frances and Mary had even honeymooned with their new husbands together in Europe. Irving Thalberg was the “boy genius of Hollywood,” but Frances called him “my rock of Gibraltar” and he was the only man in the room whose opinion she truly valued and respected. He in turn “adored her and trusted her completely.” - Cari Beauchamp, Without Lying Down: Screenwriter Frances Marion and the Powerful Women of Early Hollywood #CariBeauchamp #screenwriter #screenwriters #screenwriting
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