Quotes with tag:
I started when I was in ‘The King and I’ when I was on Broadway when I was nine.
In England, the sovereignty resides exclusively in the person or individual who is king. All Englishmen are his subjects. And the highest peer in the realm… has no share in the sovereignty.
The first real thing I heard was Three O’Clock Blues by B.B. King. That’s where it all began for me.
He is the king. If it hadn’t been for Link Wray and ‘Rumble’, I would have never picked up a guitar.
The king reigns but does not govern.
I used to listen to the radio, and when I was about 18 years old, B.B. King was a disc jockey and he had a radio program, 15 minutes a day, over in West Memphis, Arkansas, and he would play the blues.
The very first music I recorded by myself, when I was 17, I said it was by King Tuff.
I marched back then – I was in a civil-rights musical, Fly Blackbird, and we met Martin Luther King.
It wasn’t the greatest script in the world, but not many people can say they’ve played a wicked king in a swashbuckling Arthurian special-effects monster movie.
Authority forgets a dying king.
By blood a king, in heart a clown.
You know, in Saudi Arabia, there is a body of 40 people – 34 people exactly, that once the succession comes, they will meet and they will elect a king in there.
King Abdullah is a reformer.
Actually, King Abdullah, under his supervision and guidance, has established a dialogue in Saudi Arabia whereby all the population, whether Shiite or Sunnis from north, south, west or east, they can get together and exchange their views.
‘Carrie’ was a pretty big-budget movie at a real studio, with a director that had already done a bunch of things and had some notoriety, and Stephen King was the writer.