"A great actress, from the waist down." -- Dame Madge Kendal, actress, on the legendary Sarah Bernhardt.
"Since making her debut as Lakey the Lesbian in the film version of Mary Mccarthy's The Group (1966), Ms. Bergen has displayed the same emotional range and dramatic intensity as her father's (ventriloquist) dummy, Charlie McCarthy." -- Harry and Michael Medved, creators of The Golden Turkey Awards.
"He's an ass. He was perfect for the part. He was an amoral drifter who will blackmail you and take everything he can from you. And you better watch yourself because when you turn your back, he might screw your wife." -- Actor-Director Dennis Hopper on his leading man, Don Johnson, in The Hot Spot (1990.)
"The worst tipper in the universe" -- Comedian (and former waitress?) Sandra Berhard on Jaclyn Smith.
"Talking so ceaselessly that you had to make a reservation five minutes ahead to get a word in." -- Columnist Earl Wilson on Tallulah Bankhead.
"A bag of tattooed bones in a sequined slingshot" -- Designer and annual fashion ranker Mr. Blackwell on Cher.
"If they'd stuffed the child's head up the horse's arse, they would have solved two problems at once" -- Noel Coward, after witnessing a horse defecating on stage during the stage musical version of Gone with the Wind.
"We were trying to get pregnant, but I forgot one of us had to have a penis." -- Roseanne Barr on ex-husband Tom Arnold.
"The best time I ever had with Joan Crawford was when I pushed her down the stairs in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)" -- Bette Davis.
"Madonna and Sean Penn--beauty and the beast, but guess which one?" -- Joan Rivers.
"A May-December romance is one thing. B.C.--A.D. is another." -- Entertainment Weekly reporter Jim Mullen, remarking on the nearly three-decades apart, eyebrow-raising relationship between tennis star Andre Agassi and singing legend Barbra Streisand.
"I won't say she's fat, but she had a face lift and there was enough skin left over to make another person." and "Is she fat? Her favorite food is seconds!" -- Joan Rivers on Elizabeth Taylor.
"Chevy Chase couldn't ad-lib a fart after a baked-bean dinner." -- Johnny Carson.
"A testicle with legs" - caustic movie critic Pauline Kael on Bob Hoskins.
"When you enter a room, you have to kiss his ring. I don't mind, but he has it in his back pocket." -- Don Rickles on singing icon Frank Sinatra.
"Kevin Costner is like Oakland: There is no there there." -- Marcello Mastroianni.
"My dear, you're sitting on it." -- Alfred Hitchcock, when asked by Mary Anderson during Lifeboat (1944) which was her best side.
Miss Anderson, by the way, is still alive today at ninety-three and is one of the few folks from Gone with the Wind (1939) who is still kicking, though it's rarely, if ever, mentioned! She played Maybelle Meriwether, a memorable character name to be sure. Which brings us to... The End.