... you can learn from:
The Country Girl (1954)
Georgie: Let's say I try my small way to help.
Bernie: That's what my ex-wife used to keep me reminding of, cheerfully. She had a theory that behind every great man there was a great woman. She also was thoroughly convinced that she was great and all I needed to qualify was guidance on her part.
Georgie: Still does not prove that the theory is completely wrong. I imagine one can go through history and find a few good examples.
Bernie: It's a pity that Leonardo da Vinci never had a wife to guide him, he might have really gotten somewhere.
Did Bing Crosby just come out? I've never seen The Country Girl, really all I know about it is that Grace Kelly stole Judy Garland's Oscar for it, and wasn't that enough of a slap in the face of every homosexual? We don't want Bing Crosby, noted child abuser, thrust upon us as well. Keep him, straights! Anyway I guess this is my way of wishing Grace Kelly a happy birthday on what would have been her 90th. I love Grace but only for her Hitchcock movies... as if three stone-cold classics (including my tied-for-favorite movie of all-time, Rear Window) can be an "only."