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Last year I went fishing with Salvador Dali. He was using a dotted line. He caught every other fish.
Each morning when I awake, I experience again a supreme pleasure - that of being Salvador Dali.
I like Dali and Magritte. I also like the Scottish artist John Byrne, another surrealist.
Dali is like a man who hesitates between talent and genius, or, as one might once have said, between vice and virtue.
It's Frank's painting on the cover. We were originally going to use a Salvador Dali painting that we got permission from Salvador Dali to use, and Frank found this one, and it really did fit the music much more.
I did this movie about Salvador Dali a few years ago and had hair extensions and a little bob. That was incredibly bizarre.
I taught principally German language and literature at Eton. But any master with private pupils must be prepared to teach anything they ask for. That can be as diverse as the early paintings of Salvador Dali or how bumblebees manage to fly.
John le Carre
Dali was the great painter then and surrealism was a way of life.
But Walt and him shared the same kind of optimism. Walt believed in himself, and he was optimistic about what he wanted to do. He just knew it will be okay, and Dali was the same way. They had a great deal in common that way.
I used to hang out with Salvador Dali a lot. He was such a nice man. I really liked his wife Gala, too. People say that she was tricky, but she was never difficult with me.
I will be brief. Not nearly so brief as Salvador Dali, who gave the world's shortest speech. He said I will be so brief I have already finished, and he sat down.
If I had a Salvador Dali painting, I would cuddle it to sleep.
Dali had a good sense of humor - obviously you could tell just looking at him; he was funny.
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