|Engagement to Director
|"I remember the day Dorothy Sebastian arrived on the set wearing a ring in
which was set a diamond seemingly only slightly smaller than a goose egg.
"'He asked me to marry him,' Dorothy explained before any questions could be
"'Will you?' I asked.
"'Hell, no!' she laughed and then recounted how her beau had given it to her
the previous evening, pressing his case and adding rather gratuitously that
even if Dorothy rejected him she need not return the ring.
Gazing appreciatively at the glittering stone, she murmured warmly,
'You can bet your sweet ass I won't.'"
-Tim McCoy in TIM McCOY
REMEMBERS THE WEST
Clarence Brown, click
|"A girl needs more than an emerald ring and ermine coat to make her happy"
- Dorothy after her breakup with Clarence Brown