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It's always helpful to learn from your mistakes because then your mistakes seem worthwhile.
Learn to work with people you wouldn't go to lunch with.
If you’ve got the comedy eye, you can look at any situation and see the humor in it while others don’t.
I am a total believer of making the process a good time - make it memorable, have some fun, try to shoot high in your quality and then dont get crazy, see what happens.
Never underestimate the power of your sister.
There's no better satisfaction than writing. I feel that writing is the best and everything else comes with it
You go to a theater now and you literally see parents watching the movie and they suddenly cover their kid's ears. I figured I'd make one movie where they didn't have to do this.
Editing is the only process. The shooting is the pleasant work. The editing makes the movie, so I spend all my life in editing
I think a lot of creative people have no sense of numbers and economics.
I made nepotism an art form, so I get to work with a lot of relatives and they're part of it.
I dont sit well. I like to move around as I talk.
I'm too old to be forced.
I played a lot of ball and got hurt, stitches and this and that. That, sometimes they said, built character. I don't think it built anything.
If you're creative, they let you be the showrunner, producer. The first thing my partner and I did as producers was hire ourselves as directors - because who else would hire me?
When I edit, I'm not from the school of Hello, I'm a genius, so everybody shut up. I'm from the school of Let's play it once in front of an audience, and then I'll tell you where it is going
I like to get up in the morning and see people.
People always say, well, how do you get through show business? How do you swim the waters? And how do you survive and all that? I had a very solid method, and that is team up with ambitious partners.
Women are pretty good. Women usually fight about some stupid guy and then when they figure out it's just a stupid guy they make up and move on.
We can't compete with Mel Gibson, but we figured we could do our part.
I started as a journalist actually. I graduated from Northwestern Medill School of Journalism and with my degree discovered, once out in the real world, I wasn't very good at it.
I wrote three years for Lucille Ball. She taught me everything I know about physical comedy...
I work with a lot of women and yeah I see totally different... My two sisters were different, I have two daughters that are pretty different.
In the middle of Beaches there's a scene from the "Laverne & Shirley" TV show so they see some history of my work in each film.
Time moves on but Barbara Hershey's doing good and John Heard, they're all people working. I know there were a couple of kids in that movie who I used who have been in other movies since Beaches.
I always remember writing a page of jokes for a comedian and handing it to him backstage at a club and he read it and then took his cigarette lighter and lit the page on...
I grew up with two sisters, no brothers. There was Ronny who produced "Happy Days" for me and my sister Penny who acts, directs - she does everything. So they were very strong women in my life.
I think it holds up pretty good because more and more women are coming to the forefront in all areas, and back then they said that nobody would care about women's friendship.
For Joey Bishop, always was kind of the lost soul, so I did a traffic joke.
I think men should go see Beaches too. I think they'll understand women better.
I'm a little older and I'm gonna do a bunch more movies and then they're gonna put me in a home for old directors.
I really wasn't too interested in writing "Father Knows Best" and "Ozzie And Harriet." I thought they were pleasant enough, but it wasn't really what I wanted to do.
He convinced me - Fred Freeman - to go to Hollywood and we went to Hollywood to write sitcoms. Joey Bishop actually paid my way to Hollywood.
You do a little more of a record album these days. See I just wanted to put a few songs in Beaches and we did very well. The album of Beaches went gold.
That's why my ires always come comedic in a way because - can I just say something? See, I sound like such a smooth talker.
[Beaches] is a pretty picture and I just liked having somebody like Bette [Mudler] who can be flying in the big comedy scenes and have her do more like a realistic part.
Now women are rising to great positions and they run most of the studios now.
Religion has a good place and it has its good people.