"And I spread the pictures out for her to look at, and she studied them. Those were stunning photos of her. She was the most beautiful woman on the lot, absolutely, nobody compared to her. But not only that, she couldn’t take a bad picture. And that was rare, you know, everybody has a bad side. And she looked at the pictures for a little while — and she said:"Jeez, from the way people went on so, I thought I was better-looking than that…"
- MGM photographer