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Quote of the Day

[Early French filmmaker George] Méliès was non-stop women. He loved the ladies, married often, had 150 mistresses if not a thousand. Méliès in a nutshell. Méliès died poor—the fate of all those who pursue something out of love.”

--Henri Langlois in the documentary “Henri Langlois: The Phantom of the Cinematheque.” Langlois died in 1977, aged 62, and poor.

Henri Langlois

Langlois, who pursued film.


Posted at 05:26 PM on Sun. Apr 01, 2012 in category Quote of the Day  
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