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Mr. Oscar Wilde: Yes; iced champagne is a favourite drink of mine–strongly against my doctor’s orders.
Mr. Edward Carson, QC: Never mind your doctor’s orders, sir!
Mr. Oscar Wilde: I never do.
— Testimony of Oscar Wilde on Cross Examination, April 3,1895. Wilde was questioned on cross-examination by Queenberry's defense attorney, Edward Carson
Stephen Fry and Jude Law while shooting Wilde.
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Pages from An American Confession album filled out by Oscar Wilde in 1877.
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“Richard Todd has said in interviews he had no idea this film was semi porno until he discovered it was playing at Porn Cinema in London.” The Picture of Dorian Gray, 1970. I do find it funny, I really do.
Colin Firth and Rupert Everett fighting over muffins in The Importance of Being Earnest. I love it both in the film version and in the play, and often wonder whether Wilde was a connoisseur of muffins himself.
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Bitches love whores.
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He uses two different types of s and e, funny
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An Ideal Husband
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I have a lot to say on Wilde (our romance was short but intense, and I think I'm still not over it, and it will have a kind of second part, if it can be said about romance, with all its... exquisiteness assumed) and not everything is positive but I'm in love with the opening passage, and always will, I guess.
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Wilde was such a Debbie Downer. A wise Debbie Downer.
— Peter from Wordboner
The director traces the origins of glam to Oscar Wilde and has him appear at the beginning of the movie. “I don’t know if Oscar Wilde was as apparent to Ferry and Eno as he seems in the movie,” he concedes, “but all the roads lead back to him. Wilde is the most articulate spokesperson for this moment—the last really mainstream explosion of these kinds of ideas that run very counter to the traditional notions of art and truth and direct emotional communication by the artists. Instead it elevates art as camp and irony and wit, evokes questions about sexual identity. Oscar Wilde was a very popular bourgeois hit in his time, and so was glam rock.
— Todd Haynes on his inspiration for "The Velvet Goldmine"
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