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Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg: All of us know that the survivors and witnesses have given us a precious gift whose wise use will build a better world for this and future generations.
Steven Spielberg: A lot of the films I've made probably could have worked just as well 50 years ago, and that's just because I have a lot of old-fashion values.
Steven Spielberg: Failure is inevitable. Success is elusive.
Steven Spielberg: (on Star Wars director, George Lucas) He reminded me a little of Walt Disney's version of a mad scientist
Steven Spielberg: I dream for a living.
Steven Spielberg: I feel like I've been engaged to the British Empire since 1980 and tonight you have given me the ring knighthood.
Steven Spielberg: I'd love to build a company that will continue to make movies well beyond me someday. And I'd like to help start something great, even investing in it myself.
Steven Spielberg: I'd rather direct than produce. Any day. And twice on Sunday.
Steven Spielberg: I like the smell of film. I just like knowing there's film going through the camera.
Steven Spielberg: I never felt comfortable with myself, because I was never part of the majority. I always felt awkward and shy and on the outside of the momentum of my friends' lives.
Steven Spielberg: I personally feel this embargo should be lifted, ... I don't see any reason for its existence beyond grudges carrying into the 21st century.
Steven Spielberg: It's great being honored by critic organizations, because so often they dishonor you with bad reviews. So this is a wonderful change.
Steven Spielberg: (referring to science fiction) It really is the only genre that lets you use your imagination without limitations.
Steven Spielberg: I've always been very hopeful which I guess isn't strange coming from me. I don't want to call myself an optimist. I want to say that I've always been full of hope. I've never lost that. I have a lot of hope for this country and for the entire world.
Steven Spielberg: I've discovered I've got this preoccupation with ordinary people pursued by large forces.
Steven Spielberg: If Bush, as I believe, has reliable information on the fact that Saddam Hussein is making weapons of mass destruction, I cannot not support the policies of his government.
Steven Spielberg: Once a month the sky falls on my head, I come to, and I see another movie I want to make.
Steven Spielberg: There is a fine line between censorship and good taste and moral responsibility.
Steven Spielberg: The most expensive habit in the world is celluloid, not heroin, and I need a fix every few years.
Steven Spielberg: Twenty years from now, there will still be a square screen, maybe even larger, and people will be sitting in a large, dark space, and they won't know each other unless they bring friends along.
Steven Spielberg: We were just doing a job and loving it. It had great success, and we were thrilled. Then it got bigger and bigger, and then, out of nowhere, one day you're reading that people are really annoyed. ... This happens to everybody. Don't think you're so special.
Steven Spielberg: When I grow up, I still want to be a director.

Steven Spielberg: Why pay a dollar for a bookmark? Why not use the dollar for a bookmark?