He never yelled or screamed so I felt very at home and comfortable.
All you'd have to do is get a sad look, and he'd try to do something for you.
It's a very rare Oscar because only a few were ever bestowed to child stars like me, Judy Garland and Shirley Temple. It means all the more to me because it was lost for 45 years and now I have it today.
The biggest issue we're faced with is handling the volume of people, ... Just identifying their needs is so complex.
People are so happy to have a hot meal, ... Some of the folks haven't had a hot meal in days.
It's just unbelievable, ... There is so much need out there, and getting the volume of people -- the number of staff -- up to what we need . . . is difficult.
My mother had taken me to photographer Paul Hesse, who used some of my pictures on magazine covers.
We are going to do everything we can to make people comfortable, ... Places have to be found for these people. Many of these people may never be able to rebuild.
I was always fascinated, even as a child, by antiques and ancient times. I always felt I should have been born in the 17th or 18th century. They really had a big stone castle with authentic furniture.