Top do diretor-roteirista xodó da casa:
1- Contrastes Humanos (Sullivan’s Travels, 1941)But with a little sex in it.
2- As Três Noites de Eva (The Lady Eve, 1941)Snakes are my life, in a way.
3- Papai por Acaso (The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek, 1944)Of course he has to have a first name. Everybody has a first name. Even dogs have first names, even if they don’t have any last names.
4- Mulher de Verdade (The Palm Beach Story, 1942)Anyway, men don’t get smarter as they get older. They just lose their hair.
5- Odeio-te Meu Amor (Unfaithfully Yours, 1948) That’s Russian Bank. Russian Roulette’s a very different amusement which I can only wish your father had played continuously before he had you!
6- O Homem que se Vendeu (The Great McGinty, 1940)This is the story of two men who met in a banana republic. One of them never did anything dishonest in his life except for one crazy minute. The other never did anything honest in his life except for one crazy minute. They both had to get out of the country.
7- Herói de Mentira (Hail the Conquering Hero, 1944)Well, that’s the war for you. It’s always hard on women. Either they take your men away and never send them back at all; or they send them back unexpectedly just to embarrass you. No consideration at all.
8- As Trapalhadas do Harold (The Sin of Harold Diddlebock, 1947)It always appeared to me that the cocktail should approach us on tiptoe like a young girl whose first appeal is innocence.
9- Natal em Julho (Christmas in July, 1940)That won’t be necessary, Mr. MacDonald. I wouldn’t want anybody to think that I had any *base commercial* motives in all this. I just *give* money away, because I can’t *sleep* at night. I have a guilty conscience.
10- The Great Moment (1944) He’s going to be a dentist! Oh, and he seemed such a nice young man.
11- Esta Loura é um Demônio (The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend, 1949)Never wait too long between shots or your finger may change its mind.