Dixie Carter - Quotes

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It takes a mighty good man to be better than no man at all.

It takes a mighty good man to be better than no man at all.

Learning can take place in the backyard if there is a human being there who cares about the child. Before learning computers, children should learn to read first. They should sit around the dinner table and hear what their parents have to say and think.

Learning can take place in the backyard if there is a human being there who cares about the child. Before learning computers, children should learn to read first. They should sit around the dinner table and hear what their parents have to say and think.

I believe that the dissolution of a marriage comes about by the breaking down of self-esteem. ---->>>

Certainly if we hope do enhance and extend whatever natural assets we were given, we must expect to make an effort, if not actually great labor. ---->>>

I have never met a happy atheist. I believe in separation of church and state, but I think we have gone so far over in the other direction of separating church and state. ---->>>

You have to take a huge loss financially to do a play. You have to put aside the commercials and the speeches and the other things that put money on the table, and really save up to do it. And that's what I've done here. But it's worth it to me to be in a really good play. ---->>>

We don't have the family organization the way we used to. My father lives with us because we have the room. The greatest of all opportunities for our children is a complete family unit. ---->>>

Eventually I lost the idea that I could have a career. I thought I was too old. ---->>>

My mother won't tolerate any four-letter words. ---->>>

The show was written just for us. We all thought we were the prettiest and the funniest. ---->>>

With my first two husbands, I always kinda sensed they thought there was something wrong with me. Maybe I was too flighty or whatever. ---->>>

Biography

Dixie Carter profile (dixie-carter.JPG)
Nationality: American
Born: 05-25, 1939
Birthplace: McLemoresville, Tennessee
Die: 04-10, 2010
Occupation: Actor
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Dixie Virginia Carter (May 25, 1939 – April 10, 2010) was an American film, television and stage actress. She starred as Julia Sugarbaker on the CBS sitcom Designing Women (1986–93), and as Randi King on the CBS drama series Family Law (1999–2002). In 2007, she was nominated for an Emmy Award for her role as Gloria Hodge on the ABC series Desperate Housewives (2006–07) (wikipedia)