Robert Morley Quotes

  • “If people take the trouble to cook, you should take the trouble to eat.”
  • “Anyone who works is a fool. I don’t work — I merely inflict myself upon the public.”
  • “The French are a logical people, which is one reason the English dislike them so intensely. The other is that they own France, a country which we have always judged to be much too good for them.”
  • “I have little patience with anyone who is not self-satisfied. I am always pleased to see my friends, happy to be with my wife and family, but the high spot of every day is when I first catch a glimpse of myself in the shaving mirror.”
  • “The British tourist is always happy abroad as long as the natives are waiters.”
  • “Names were not so much dropped as thrown in a perpetual game of catch.”
  • “It is a great help for a man to be in love with himself. For an actor, however, it is absolutely essential.”