Robert Duvall Quotes and its meanings

Robert Duvall has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Business Experience Home Hope Morning Movies Positive Teacher Wisdom Women

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  • I'll keep on acting 'til they wipe the drool. I like the business. I like to do different parts and diverse characters. I haven't lost my enthusiasm yet!
  • I always considered myself as a character actor. I always try to be versatile to show different sides of human experience.
  • When I'm at home in Virginia, I become more hermit-like. I like my own home.
  • It's like kids playing house: 'You play the father, I'll play the mother.' You know, you dress up, you play, they pay, you go home. It's a game - acting's a game.
  • I hope I left behind a legacy that people will enjoy. But whatever they want to say, I can't predict.
  • I love the smell of juice boxes in the morning.
  • I like the good feeling movies.
  • I always figure from the cradle to the grave, we all have our individual journeys, and maybe my journey was a positive one and I accomplished certain things without stepping on too many toes.
  • I've always remembered something Sanford Meisner, my acting teacher, told us. When you create a character, it's like making a chair, except instead of making someting out of wood, you make it out of yourself. That's the actor's craft - using yourself to create a character.
  • Spending two years on my uncle's ranch in Montana as a young man gave me the wisdom and the thrust to do westerns.