About David O. Selznick:
David O. Selznick is best known for producing Gone with the Wind (1939) and Rebecca (1940), both earning him an Academy Award for Best Picture.
The success of a production depends on the attention paid to detail.
You think you know her. Just wait and see the change. I'll have her trained in no time.
I'm so depressed. Christmas is the worst of all. Holidays are terrible, worse than Sundays. I get melancholia.
Thank God for your mother.
I don't think I'm going to do any good work this morning.
She has good instincts, but wrong judgments. She'll rue the day.
The little religion that I have clung to-that what matters most is the continuity of life, and its improvement from one generation to another.
At this rate, I'll live forever.
Even this vein of writing is so foreign to me that I am amazed.
I can feel that the world this day is different than all the days of our lives before.
I cannot permit you to disrupt the Paramount schedule.
I never ate of the grapes nor feared of the eruptions.
If and when we get married, only a completely opposite system will prevail.
If you sit down with me, I guarantee I will accept any terms you offer for a contract.
If you're not accurate, you'll cause untold trouble.
It's all right; it's not so much fun any more.
There are only two classes - first class and no class.
They're stealing my ideas. They're imitating my shots.
This dame keeps dragging me into the bushes. Keep your eye open, you may have to rescue me.
Under no circumstances would it be right for me to go with MGM. Irene shares my opinion.