Take care of your costume and your confidence will take care of itself.
By God, I may be old-fashioned in my ideas, but women run around too much these days to suit me. They meet all kinds of crazy fish.
I'm not a twentieth-century novelist, I'm not modern, and certainly not postmodern. I follow the form of the nineteenth-century novel; that was the century that produced the models of the form. I'm old-fashioned, a storyteller. I'm not an analyst, and I'm not an intellectual.
I have a kind of old-fashioned, artisan approach.
It is only the modern that ever becomes old-fashioned.
I'm a regular guy; I like well-defined outlines. I'm old-fashioned, bourgeois.
Maybe I'm old-fashioned. But I remember the beauty and thrill of being moved by Broadway musicals - particularly the endings of shows.
We called ourselves Mumford & Sons because we liked the idea of an old-fashioned, family-owned store.
'Gunga Gin' is a true Libertines amalgamation, in the proper, old-fashioned sense of the word.
The only way I'm interested in having a baby is the old-fashioned way.
There's a certain kind of insular, old-fashioned, upper-class Britishness that gives me the spooks. I am sure that comes from a boarding-school trauma.
Status based on wealth is an old-fashioned idea; I find it repugnant, actually.
And I had an old-fashioned idea that dividends were a good thing.
I don't think that old-fashioned idea of record companies exists any more.
I have inherited nothing. Everything Ann and I have we have earned the old-fashioned way.
When 'The Pacific' came around, I had to audition the old-fashioned way. It was the casting director and then the producer and then another producer and another producer and then Spielberg and Hanks.
We'll have to wait the old-fashioned way.
I'm too old-fashioned to use a computer. I'm too old-fashioned to use a quill.
I am ridiculously old-fashioned.
I grew up in a very old-fashioned Roman Catholic, Italian-Irish family in Philly.