Ford made some of the most progressive pictures.
I would have tested the furniture if they'd asked me.
From that time on, I always had the studios on my neck.
I don't like giving speeches - I enjoy sitting on my rump.
And I spoke out on women's rights, like equal pay for equal work.
I was blacklisted because of this activity, so I'm not a typical anything.
It was all men, and there I was prancing around in gowns that barely got past the censors.
I did Our Daily Bread for King and that made me popular in the Soviet Union; King was amused by that.
I became a Communist because I fell in love with a man who was a Red and entered the Army to take care of the Fascists, and I knew it would please him if I became one.