Norma Shearer - Quotes

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An adventure may be worn as a muddy spot or it may be worn as a proud insignia. It is the woman wearing it who makes it the one thing or the other.

An adventure may be worn as a muddy spot or it may be worn as a proud insignia. It is the woman wearing it who makes it the one thing or the other.

It is impossible to get anything made or accomplished without stepping on some toes; enemies are inevitable when one is a doer. ---->>>

I get whatever placidity I have from my father. But my mother taught me how to take it on the chin.

I get whatever placidity I have from my father. But my mother taught me how to take it on the chin.

The morals of yesterday are no more. They are as dead as the day they were lived. Economic independence has put woman on exactly the same footing as man.

The morals of yesterday are no more. They are as dead as the day they were lived. Economic independence has put woman on exactly the same footing as man.

A woman today is good, or she is bad, according to the way she does a thing - and not because of the thing itself. ---->>>

Somehow or other I always got myself rigged up in something sensational. ---->>>

Being a motion picture actress is the pitch of ecstasy.

Being a motion picture actress is the pitch of ecstasy.

Never let them see you in public after you've turned thirty-five. You're finished if you do! ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: August 10, 1900
Birthplace: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Die: 06-12, 1983
Occupation: Actress
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Edith Norma Shearer (August 10, 1902 – June 12, 1983) was a Canadian-American actress and Hollywood star from 1925 through 1942. Her early films cast her as a spunky ingenue, but in the pre-Code film era, she played sexually liberated women. She excelled in drama, comedy, and period roles. She gave well-received performances in adaptations of Noël Coward, Eugene O'Neill, and William Shakespeare (wikipedia)