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  • Independent films in this country are in the same position. Miramax and Fine Line are not independent - they're with Disney! Come on. Or they're with Warner Brothers. They're all with somebody.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • I live in a city that is billboards. Billboards and graffiti.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • I've been a Republican since Reagan. I voted for Bush and his father. I don't tell a lot of people, because I live in a city where somebody who voted for Bush is really an outcast
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • 'Easy Rider' was never a motorcycle movie to me. A lot of it was about politically what was going on in the country.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • We had this kind of camaraderie - you know, children of the Sixties But he's gone Republican. Easy Rider is a Republican
    (Dennis Hopper)


  • To make a documentary is one thing, to make a feature film is quite another.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • You want to hear about insanity I was found running naked through the jungles in Mexico. At the Mexico City airport, I decided I was in the middle of a movie and walked out on the wing on takeoff. My body... my liver... okay, my brain... went.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • Ruling over everyone in the rich folks' enclave is the sinister Kaufman, amusingly played by Dennis Hopper part CEO, part unelected president. He gets the best line in the film when a frowning apparatchik asks if there is any trouble. In a world where the dead have returned to life, ... the word 'trouble' loses much of its meaning.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • Work is fun to me. All those years of being an actor and a director and not being able to get a job - two weeks is too long to not know what my next job will be.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • My whole written history is one big lie I mean, I can't even believe my history.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • The really cool thing about this idea is that nobody has done anything quite like this before.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • You know, the history of California art doesn't start until about 1961, and that's when these photographs start. I mean, we have no history out here.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • The inside of the Pentagon is an incredible place and a dramatic set. We do travel outside, but the inside workings of the civilian oversight of the military inside the Pentagon is really about as exciting as anything you ever want to deal with. It is really amazing.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • In a world where the dead are returning to life, 'trouble' loses much of its meaning. ... Land of the Dead.
    (Dennis Hopper)

  • He's a smooth, cool, intelligent actor who loves to work.
    (Dennis Hopper)


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