„Screen credit is valuable only when it's given you. If you're in a position to give yourself credit, you don't need it.“

—  Irving Thalberg, Quoted by Norman J. Zierold in The Moguls (New York: Coward-McCann, 1969). Also quoted as "Credit you give yourself is not worth having." Thalberg never took an onscreen credit in films he produced; MGM gave him a screen credit for The Good Earth (1937), released after his death.
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„Just because you donate sperm does not make you a father. I don't have a father. I would never give him the credit or acknowledge him as my father.“

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„There is no credit to being a comedian, when you have the whole Government working for you. All you have to do is report the facts. I don't even have to exaggerate.“

—  Will Rogers American humorist and entertainer 1879 - 1935
Variant: People often ask me, 'Will, where do you get your jokes?' I just tell 'em, 'Well, I watch the government and report the facts, that is all I do, and I don't even find it necessary to exaggerate. Variant: I don't make jokes. I just watch the government and report the facts. As quoted in Saturday Review (25 August 1962)

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