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[after hearing that Norma Desmond has come to see DeMille
] First assistant director
: I can tell her you're all tied up in the projection room. I can give her the brush. Cecil B. DeMille
: Thirty million fans have given her the brush. Isn't that enough?
First assistant director
: [about Norma Desmond
] She must be a million years old. Cecil B. DeMille
: I hate to think where that puts me. I could be her father.
Cecil B. DeMille
: You didn't know Norma Desmond as a lovely little girl of 17 - with more courage and wit and *heart*, that ever came together in one youngster. First assistant director
: I understand she was a terror to work with. Cecil B. DeMille
: Only toward the end. You know, a dozen press agents working overtime can do terrible things to the human spirit.
: The last time I saw you was someplace very gay! I remember waving to you. I was dancing on a table! Cecil B. DeMille
: A lot of people were. Lindbergh had just landed in Paris.