challenged Truman Capote
to an arm-wrestling bout and lost. When Bogart challenged him a second time, Capote insisted they wager $50, which the writer won by defeating the actor again. After a third match--and another victory for Capote--the evening degenerated to full-body wrestling and Capote again reportedly was triumphant. "He put Bogie on his ass," John Huston
later said. "He was a little bull." See more
I give you my word, I feel to you like an older brother. Oh, it's not so much a difference of age. It's probably, yes, the reason is, because I come from a culture which is so much older than yours. In my country, a child of 6 years old is older in his heart than you'll be at, at 60.
It smokes, it drinks, it philosophizes... at this rate I'll be 60 before you get to the point.