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22,940.  Great stars have great pride.  (Film Noir & Murder & Star & Pride)  Sunset Boulevard: A Hollywood Story 1950 starring Gloria Swanson & Erich von Stronheim & William Holden & Nancy Olson & Fred Clark & Lloyd Gough & Jack Webb & Franklyn Farnum et al, director Billy Wilder, Norma

 

 

81,324.  In this business, until you’re known as a monster you’re not a star.  (Monster & Star)  Bette Davis

 

 

22,015.  I’d have been a star if I hadn’t married you.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & Star)  99 River Street 1953 starring John Payne & Evelyn Keyes & Brad Dexter & Frank Faylen & Peggie Castle & Jay Adler & Jack Lambert et al, director Phil Karlson, her to him

 

 

22,881.  I’m still a star.  I never play frumps or virgins.  (GBH Films & Star)  Bullets Over Broadway 1994 starring John Cusack & Jack Warden & Dianne Wiest & Jim Broadbent & Jennifer Tilly & Chazz Palminteri & Mary-Louise Parker & Joe Viterelli & Rob Reiner & Tracey Ullman et al, director Woody Allen, Helen

 

 

89,611.  The don’t exist ... In the old days the greatest thing in the world to be was a movie star.  Today the greatest thing in the world is to be a pop singer.  (Star & Film & Pop Music)  Orson Welles, interview The Parkinson Show 1973

 

 

91,717.  Hogarth and Garrick: he [Garrick] was our first star ... (Art & Star)  Face of Britain by Simon Schama III

 

 

102,600.  I’ve known tremendous back-up singers who just don’t look comfortable in that position.  (Star & Sing)  Twenty Feet From Stardom, 2000, Springsteen

 

102,601.  There’s a power to what it is we do.  (Star & Sing)  ibid.  Janice Pendarvis

 

102,602.  They were all white girls, but they were very tasteful … we called them the Readers, they couldn’t do nothing without that music sitting right in their face.  (Star & Sing)  ibid.  

 

 

115,034.  I’m an award-winning music agent with over 25 years in the business … I’ve seen countless acts come and go.  (Music & Star & Pop & Rock)  Hits, Hype & Hustle: An Insider’s Guide to the Music Business, BBC 2014

 

115,035.  Making a star is a team effort: there are managers, producers, PRs and image consultants.  (Music & Star & Pop & Rock)  ibid.  

 

 

117,828.  I always wanted to be in the movies.  When I was little I thought for sure one day I could be a big big star.  (GBH Films & Star & Murder)  Monster 2003 starring Charlize Theron & Christina Ricci & Bruce Dern & Lee Tergesen & Annie Corley & Pruitt Taylor Vince & Marco St John & Marc Macaulay & Scott Wilson & Kane Hodder & Brett Rice et al, director Patty Jenkins, Aileen Wuornos’ opening commentary

 

 

130,020.  Jade was never a fairy-tale person.  Never believed in fantasies or pretty things.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain, Channel 4 2019, mother

 

130,021.  One of the most high profile celebrity weddings of the year.  Sunday’s ceremony is the latest twist in Jade Goody’s ongoing battle with cancer.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  television news  

 

130,022.  She was the impoverished daughter of drug addicts.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  US television news  

 

130,023.  Jade was the absolute first of her kind.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  commentator

 

130,024.  She had that fingers on the blackboard kind of thing going on.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  producer

 

130,041.  Am I minging?  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  Jade on Big Brother   

 

130,042.  I was a drug addict them times: I was a crackhead.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  Jade’s mum

 

 

130,157.  There’s a wonderful feeling of achievement when that first flash-light goes off.  And you love it and think it’s great.  And then you need it.  And then you’ve got to have it.  And then you’ve got to stay in the limelight.  It becomes a totally addictive thing, and you got to have more. (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain II, Mark Fuller, former nightclub dude

 

130,158.  Jade is the UK’s first reality TV star to become a millionaire.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  caption  

 

130,159.  But she did deal with the rougher end of the business … She was the queen of Big Brother.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  agent 

 

130,160.  That’s fucking nasty.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  Jade on the eviction of her mother    

 

130,161.  You are so far up your arse you can smell you own shit.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  Jade to Shilpa

 

130,162.  The biggest professional gaffe since Gerald Ratner called his own brand of jewellery … Well, you know what he called it.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  dude

 

 

130,353.  Hello, good afternoon, the Celebrity Big Brother contestant has denied she’s racist after being voted off the Reality television show …  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain III, BBC News

 

130,354.  You really have a never say die attitude.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  Shilpa to Jade in India

 

130,355.  She’s been diagnosed with Cervical Cancer.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  contestant on Indian Big Brother    

 

130,356.  Surely the most shocking thing to happen on reality television.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  English dude

 

130,357.  Max Clifford dragged Jade Goody into the shit of the celebrity tabloid world.  (Star & Celebrity & Television & Fame)  ibid.  English dude #2

 

 

133,475.  She’s a black American, and she’s an exceptional artists: her name is Josephine Baker … she’s the darling of the avant-garde … She’s the first black star in history.  (Paris & 1920s & Jazz & Star)  Paris: The Golden Twenties, Sky Arts 2020

 

 

134,376.  ‘He was very gentle and didn’t want to hurt a creature.’  (Young & Celebrity & Actor & Death & Star & Biography)  Heath Ledger: Too Young to Die s1e1, Sky Arts 2020, father

 

134,377.  By his mid-twenties Heath Ledger had established himself in Hollywood as one of the best actors of his generation.  He was an actor who’d never sought stardom, who tried to preserve his naturalness in the spotlight.  The news of his sudden death therefore came as all the more as a shock: he died on 22nd January 2008 as a result between prescription drugs that he’d taken in the wrong combination.  Heath Ledger was 28 years old.  (Young & Celebrity & Actor & Death & Star & Biography)  ibid.    

 

134,378.  The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus (2000) director Terry Gilliam … ‘The are forever young.  They are gods.’  (Young & Celebrity & Actor & Death & Star & Biography)  ibid.    

 

134,379.  Heath’s Ledger’s estate is currently being cataloged for an exhibition in the Western Australian museum.  (Young & Celebrity & Actor & Death & Star & Biography)  ibid.    

 

 

134,803.  ‘You know John I don’t think he ever slept.’  (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Film & Comedy)  Too Young to Die s1e3: John Belushi, friend

 

134,804.  ‘He always played at the top of his skill, at the top of his ingenuity, at the top of his personality.’  (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  

 

134,805.  He made just seven films but they immortalised him.  (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  

 

134,806.  Belushi was arrogant and quick-tempered, funny and dramatic, insecure and beset by doubt.  (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Film & Comedy)  ibid.

 

134,807.  An early death that was inevitable?  John Belushi died in 1982 of a mixture of cocaine and heroin.  (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Film & Comedy)  ibid.

 

134,809.  ‘Absolutely brilliant parody of Joe Cocker.’  (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  driend

 

134,810.  Saturday Night Live: In four seasons of the show John played well over fifty characters and improvisations.  (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  

 

134,811.  Animal House became the most successful comedy of all time. (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  

 

134,812.  For Saturday Night Live he [Belushi] had devised the Blues Brothers – their records sold millions: The Blues Brothers: a musical with crazy car chases.  The film cost $27 million … A triumphant return for John.  But shooting was overshadowed by Belushi’s alcohol and drug excesses.  (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Film & Comedy & Musicals)  ibid.             

 

 

134,813.  Shot, stabbed, massacred: In the months it took place to find the murderers, fear and panic spread.  Four members of the so-called Manson Family were arrested, convicted and sentenced.  Driven into a homicidal frenzy by the crude apocalyptic visions of their guru Charles Manson, they had committed this appalling crime and others.  (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Cult & Murder: Manson Family & 1960s)  Too Young to Die s1e4: Sharon Tate  

 

134,814.  Charles Manson became an evil icon of the twentieth century.  The man with a long criminal record who could hardly read or write and who saw himself as Jesus and Satan in one person still has followers today.  (Young & Celebrity & Death & Star & Biography & Actor & Cult & Murder: Manson Family & 1960s)  ibid.  

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