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Cecil B. De Mille
Some day the bastard is going to be crushed under one of his epics.
(W.C. Fields)
Never have I seen a man with so pre-eminent a position splash so fondly about in mediocrity, and, like a child building a sand castle, so serenely convinced that he was producing works of art.
(Norman bel Geddes)
Director, The Ten Commandments (1956)
The whole experience (with an interval) lasts roughly four hours. I am afraid that long before the time was up I was silently imploring Mr DeMille (for a critic, too, can misquote Scripture for his purpose) to let his people go.
(Dilys Powell, Sunday Times)
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