really got the idea
I must be a star,
or something from the newspapermen, I'm
not the women
who would interview me and they would be
warm and friendly. By the way, that part
of the press,
you know, the men of the press, unless they
have their own personal quirks against me,
they were always very warm and friendly
and they'd say, "You know, you're the
only star," and I'd say, "Star?"
and they'd look at me as if I were nuts.
they, in their own kind of way, made me
realize I was famous.