The first picture I ever made, I thought that it wouldn’t even move when it got out of there. And they had to lure me out — I was in a terrible funk — to go out and see it in front of an audience. It scared the hell out of me. And I pretended like I wasn’t there, you know. And so, we were sitting in the balcony in Warner’s theater in Hollywood, 1938, and the cartoon came on and there was a little hesitation. And the little girl sitting in front of me said to her mother, she said, “Mommy, I knew we should have come here.” You know, “I knew we should have come here.” The tenses get all mixed up. But I wanted to adopt her and take her home, because she was laughing at six or eight years old. She was past that terrible age. If she had been five she would have destroyed me.