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“Comedy, to me, really endures everything. It collapses time. Laughing is, in a way, the most truthful thing. You can’t manipulate it. It’s the truth. Comedy is the elemental truth. Screenwriters write comedy to cheat death. Groucho Marx has been dead for fifty years, but he’s more alive than a lot of other people. This only confirms that. It’s lovely. It’s very satisfying.”
Andrew Bergman
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“You learn more from flops than from hits. I learned nothing from Blazing Saddles. I just thought, ‘Well, this is easy. Who says this business is hard?’”
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“It’s not like today where you have fifty development executives putting in their half-a-cent piece. It was a different time. They just said, ‘Go make the movie.’ So that’s what we did.”
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“A screenplay is really a blueprint. The words on the page are standing in for a moment that will be recorded later. So it’s very hard, but it’s hard in a different way.
“And in a different way, you don’t want a screenplay to be too complete. Because if a screenplay is utterly complete, there’s no room for the performers. You are creating something with enough air in it that a performer can come in and fill it up. That’s the trick.
“You don’t want to overwrite a screenplay. There have to be those gaps – and I think that that’s something one really gets through experience more than anything else.”
Rebecca Miller
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