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"I don't want to write serious plays . . . if by 'serious' they mean plays which are supposed to put the world to right. I can't anyway—I've never known what's wrong with it. I just enjoy telling a story. If I can move or excite an audience, or make them laugh—then I'm happy" (Sunday Express, September 27, 1953)

" 'I spoke to myself the words with which, in after life, I was to face any vital ordeal, 'This is an adventure in which must cooperate to the maximum every particle of body and brain and heart, but not so important as to make you feel faint and paralyze your powers—look up at the moon and the stars and feel your dry throat soften, for nothing is as important as that.' " (from George)

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