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Robert Morley
(1908-1992) born on
May 26
English actor, director, playwright. He was a prolific director whose forte was comedy and comedy-drama, "High Road to China," and "African Queen."
The British tourist is always happy abroad as long as the natives are waiters.

The French are a logical people, which is one reason the English dislike them so intensely. The other is that they own France, a country which we have always judged to be much too good for them.
I have little patience with anyone who is not self-satisfied. I am always pleased to see my friends, happy to be with my wife and family, but the high spot of every day is when I first catch a glimpse of myself in the shaving mirror.
Beware of the conversationalist who adds 'in other words'. He is merely starting afresh.
Names were not so much dropped as thrown in a perpetual game of catch.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: In "Observer" (London), 20 Apr 1958.
R: "A Musing Morley," "France and the French," 1974.
A: From "The LIFE 101 Quote Book," an internet collection of quotations.
N: In "The Observer," 'Sayings of the Week', 6 Dec 1964.
K: On social life on the Riviera, in London "Observer," 8 Aug 1976.

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