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No flying machine will ever fly from New York to Paris. (Quote by - Orville Wright)

We had maybe the greatest success of any company that I know of in Paris, and after two or three years I wanted to do this same number that we did for PBS, so we did it and Paris had always considered us their darlings. (Quote by - Katherine Dunham)

Michael Jackson wanted to be in Men in Black II. He told me he had seen the first Men in Black in Paris and had stayed behind and sat there and wept. I had to explain to him that it was a comedy. (Quote by - Barry Sonnenfeld)

When Picasso painted in Paris, was he a Spanish or a French painter? It does not matter, he was Picasso, whatever the influences surrounding him. He simply chose Paris because it was the ideal place for him to sell his creation. (Quote by - Jean-Jacques Annaud)

I know a lot of Americans in Paris who have married Frenchmen. They keep bringing up their experience, the clash of civilizations, the clash of personalities. (Quote by - Leslie Caron)

I'd love to follow the Tour de France one day. It's a really exciting spectacle. I've only seen it once as it was coming into Paris and that was very exciting for me. I have memories of that. (Quote by - Bryan Ferry)

I will always remember this summer day in Paris, when I was to perform a great acrobatic move. I can still see myself stepping on the ring of a packed circus along real performers. (Quote by - Tony Curtis)

I wouldn't attach too much importance to these student riots. I remember when I was a student at the Sorbonne in Paris, I used to go out and riot occasionally. (Quote by - John Foster Dulles)

The Paris Commune was first and foremost a democracy. The government was a body elected by universal suffrage. (Quote by - C. L. R. James)

The first thing that strikes a visitor to Paris is a taxi. (Quote by - Fred Allen)

I make the most money, I think, in Russia and Paris, for the people of those countries are so willing to be amused, so eager to see something new and out of the ordinary. (Quote by - Harry Houdini)

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