Aaron Spelling Quotes

Aaron Spelling (April 22, 1923 – June 23, 2006) was an American film and television producer. Some of his successes include the TV programs Charlie's Angels (1976–81), The Love Boat (1977–86), Dynasty (1981–89), and Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990-2000) Wikipedia

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Aaron Spelling


I must tell you, I haven't done the drug problem that is faced by cops and people on the border. It's a hard show to do, but I think it's going to say a lot about drugs and the problems related to them. I just hope people can watch it, it's a pretty strong show.

Aaron Spelling


I love my wife, she deserves anything and everything.

Aaron Spelling


“As a writer, I was writing for the Jane Wyman Theater, that was an anthology, and The Dick Powell Show was an anthology, and then the Danny Thomas Hour, and then Playhouse 90.”

Aaron Spelling


“I'm basically a writer. I never wanted to be a producer. Dick Powell made me a producer, because I was writing his host spots on Zane Grey Theater.”

Aaron Spelling


“I think detail is just paying attention... Would she say that? Would he say that? Why is he saying that? That's the detail.”

Aaron Spelling


“I love giving time to gay actors, gay characters; I think it's wrong to say, You don't exist. I like diversity in shows, and I must say, the networks are really selling that, finally. African Americans, Latinos, diversity, diversity. Even love scenes, I'm pleasantly surprised that we've come that far.”

Aaron Spelling


“I think you have to be very careful you don't make the audience hate someone by giving him a retort that is not funny. Funny retorts work, but when you're vicious to someone, they do not work. My wife says I'm vicious all the time! Thank God she's supporting me, so I have to stop!”

Aaron Spelling


“One thing my wife says is bad about me, is that I still care too much.”

Aaron Spelling


“Wow, you're saying better things than I am, and this is my interview!”

Aaron Spelling


“Stay tuned! I may not be here, but my show was picked up!”

Aaron Spelling


“Even a cop show was an anthology. I miss that, I miss it a lot. I don't know why they're not successful anymore; people just won't try them.”

Aaron Spelling


“Ten years of any show is amazing, but one about a minister? Wow.”

Aaron Spelling


“I think our shows are entertaining. I think that they're clean. I hate to talk about that, but, boy, where some of the shows are going today, it's amazing. I'm ashamed of my wife seeing some of these shows, much less making them. I don't even want the cast of my shows to see some of those other shows.”

Aaron Spelling


“I hope we don't go any further on this. I think we're all sick of it. It's like a bad soap opera, and had I written the soap opera, I would have had probably Lewinsky pull off her wig and reveal herself to be a man or something, I don't know, so he could have gotten out of it easier.”

Aaron Spelling


“I hope we don't go any further on this. I think we're all sick of it. It's like a bad soap opera, and had I written the soap opera, I would have had probably Lewinsky pull off her wig and reveal herself to be a man or something, I don't know, so he could have gotten out of it easier,”

Aaron Spelling