By Ronald Constantino
‘MEOW!’ – Highspeed focuses on Catty actresses, purring and scratching like kittens – as in “Meow!”
I think she dresses much too flashy. I also think her hair is ridiculous, and I think her behavior with Donald was very stupid. All she cares about is money, money, money. I hate that. – ZSA ZSA GABOR on Ivana Tramp.
(Donald Tramp is now US President and Ivana the First Lady.)
I met Zsa Zsa Gabor once at a Hollywood party. She embraced me as if we were old friends. I didn’t even know her.
Weeks later, she was on television saying that I had stolen the (movie) part that she played on stage (in “Forty Carats”), which was ridiculous and untrue. Anyway, I don’t think we have ever been considered for the same roles. – LIV ULLMANN
Sharon Stone… It’s a new low for actresses when you have to wonder what’s between her ears instead of her legs. – KATHARINE HEPBURN
Take away Julia Roberts’ wild mane of hair and all those teeth and those elastic lips, and what have you got? A pony! – JOYCE HABER
She has mentioned that I was important to her, and that’s very satisfying. However, a check would be better! – DEBORAH HARRY on being a role model to Madonna.
Ursula Undress, Isn’t that her name? It should be. She’s always flashing her assets all over the screen. – MARY ASTOR on Ursula Andress
What’s with Rita Moreno? She’s down to doing toothpaste commercials that misleadingly declare that she is the only actress ever to have won the Oscar, the Tony, the Emmy, the Grammy, and what have you. What they don’t say is that it was always in the supporting category. Unlike Barbra, Liza, Julie Andrews, etc. Personally, I would never put myself in for so much potential ridicule. – GILDA RADNER
Meryl Streep is so talented, she could do a remake of “The Wizard of Oz” on her own. At least all the female parts.
She could act and sing Dorothy, she’d do a great Auntie Em with a Kansas twang, and she could play the Wicked Witch without needing too much make up – she’s already got the nose for it. She could even play the men, if she chose to.
The only part even she couldn’t touch would be Toto. – NANCY WALKER (Source: “Hollywood Babble On” by Boze Hadleigh)