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If a dad does his job, we don't need prisons, we don't need jails. That's what I saw growing up.
Poetry is what Milton saw when he went blind.
I have a lot of reason to believe, as we saw in the 2012 election, most Americans don't agree with the extremists on any side of an issue, but there needs to continue to be an effort to find common ground, or even take it to higher ground on behalf of the future.
I saw that Meryl Streep said, I just want to do my job well. And really, that's all I'm ever trying to do.
I was an insecure kid. Once I saw 'Hercules' with Steve Reeves, it completely changed my life. If I had never gone to that film, I wouldn't be here today.
I looked below and saw my people there, and all were well and happy except one, and he was lying like the dead - and that one was myself.
I interviewed survivors, I went to Poland, saw the cities and spent time with the people and spoke to the Jews who had come back to Poland after the war and talked about why they had come back.
I was backstage in Paris and saw Cindy Crawford doing House Of Style. I thought, I would love to to be in control of my career.
My father never kissed me, hugged me or told me that he loved me. As my only living parent, he became the filter through which I saw myself, the possibilities for my life, the world and all men. He was a conflicted and dark filter.
And what I saw happening is that women don't make one decision to leave the workforce. They makes lots of little decisions really far in advance that kind of inevitably lead them there.
I also saw the Dalai Lama a few times.
When I went to Paris after graduating high school, I saw a model who was 12 years old without any supervision. That wouldn't happen in the acting world.
The first actor I ever saw was The Lone Ranger. I thought, That's what I want to do.
A lot of people who saw 'The Avengers' didn't read comic books, don't like comic book movies, and enjoyed it. That was huge for me.
I saw a person that I never thought I would ever become.
I saw the first 'How to Train Your Dragon' film with my children, and I found it utterly exhilarating.
It always gave me the creeps when I saw performers who desperately wanted the audience to like them. That's not what I'm about.
All the Warner actors were real actors. They started in theater and led very straightforward lives - you never saw entourages around. The MGM girls were the glamour girls, and they always had the makeup and hair people with them and all that.
Helen Mirren is someone that I have really admired ever since I saw her in 'Excalibur.' That was the first thing I said to her. 'I loved you as Morgan Le Fay.'
I always saw myself wanting to do something deemed successful and good at the same time.
I feel like I've been watching Irwin Corey forever. I saw him in the 1950s, and I thought he was old then.
I do have screenplays I've written that never saw the light of day, but I don't usually go back to them. When I've told a story, I want to tell another story.
I didn't know if it would be a success-ful one, or what the stages would be, but I always saw myself as a lifetime musician and songwriter.
I barely saw my mother, and the mom I saw was often angry and unhappy. The mother I grew up with is not the mother I know now. It's not the mother she became after my father died, and that's been the greatest prize of my life.
I had a terrible vision: I saw an encyclopedia walk up to a polymath and open him up.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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