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Humoresque (1946 film) Quotes

Humoresque (1946 film) is a television program that debuted in 1970 . Humoresque completed its run in 1970.

It features Jerry Wald as producer, Franz Waxman in charge of musical score, and Ernest Haller as head of cinematography.

Humoresque (1946 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Humoresque (1946 film) is 125 minutes long. Humoresque (1946 film) is distributed by Warner Bros..

The cast includes: Oscar Levant as Sid Jeffers, Joan Crawford as Helen Wright, and John Garfield as Paul Boray.

Humoresque (1946 film) Quotes

Oscar Levant as Sid Jeffers

  • (Oscar Levant) "I don't like to play the piano. It makes me too attractive."
  • (Oscar Levant) "You have all the characteristics of a successful virtuoso. You're self-indulgent, self-dedicated and the hero of all your dreams."
  • (John Garfield) "You ought to try a few dreams yourself, it might make you less cynical. When I look at you I know what I want to avoid."
  • (Oscar Levant) "One of us is offensive."
  • (Oscar Levant) "It isn't what you are, it's what you don't become that hurts."
  • (Oscar Levant) "I hate cold showers. They stimulate me and then I don't know what to do."
  • (Oscar Levant) "Tell me, Mrs. Wright, does your husband interfere with your marriage?"

Joan Crawford as Helen Wright

  • (Joan Crawford) "Bad manners, Mr. Boray, the infallible sign of talent."
  • (Joan Crawford) "I'd like to slap your face."
  • (John Garfield) "Why don't you try it?"
  • (Joan Crawford) "Here's to love --"
  • (Joan Crawford) "-- and here's to the time when we were little girls, and no one asked us to marry."
  • (Joan Crawford) "Did you think you could go away for weeks, almost months, never call or write and come back to find me hanging in a clothes closet like a suit that you might put on some day a year from now?"
  • (Joan Crawford) "Don't you like martinis? They're an acquired taste, like Ravel."
  • (Joan Crawford) "I spend my life doing penance for things I never should have done in the first place"
  • (Joan Crawford) "I was married twice before; once at 16, once at 21. One was a crybaby and the other was a caveman. Between the two of them I said goodbye to girlhood."

John Garfield as Paul Boray

  • (John Garfield) "All my life I wanted to do the right thing but it never worked out. I'm outside always looking in. Feeling all the time I'm far away from home and where home is I don't know. I can't get back to the simple happy kid I used to be."

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