Dorothy Malone - Quotes

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I loved to get all dusty and ride horses and plant potatoes and cotton.

I loved to get all dusty and ride horses and plant potatoes and cotton.

We had cocktail parties and I'd stay up until 5 in the morning. ---->>>

I never turned down a mother role. ---->>>

Sinatra asked me out. ---->>>

Sirk was every woman's dream of a director.

Sirk was every woman's dream of a director.

Television wasn't prestigious.

Television wasn't prestigious.

I acted three times with Fred MacMurray, three times with Martin and Lewis, four times with Rock Hudson. Three times with Glenn Ford. ---->>>

I was a bridesmaid at a wedding in one picture. ---->>>

My father was a minister, so I was a P.K., a preacher's kid. ---->>>

The only thing I did at RKO of any note was lose my Texas accent. ---->>>

Everybody said Peyton Place would be a mistake.

Everybody said Peyton Place would be a mistake.

I get crushes on directors because they are so brilliant. ---->>>

I had had no art training. ---->>>

I started out as a very young girl in Hollywood doing westerns portraying a mother with a couple of kids. ---->>>

I was born in Everett; I went through grade school in Everett, high school in Seattle. ---->>>

I was the first movie star to plunge into night-time soap opera. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 01-30, 1925
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
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Occupation: Actress
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Dorothy Malone (born Dorothy Maloney; January 30, 1924) is a retired American actress. Her film career began in 1943, and in her early years she played small roles, mainly in B-movies. After a decade in films, she began to acquire a more glamorous image, particularly after her performance in Written on the Wind (1956), for which she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (wikipedia)