Quotes by: Fatty Arbuckle
Arbuckle circa 1916
||Roscoe Conkling Arbuckle
March 24, 1887
Smith Center, Kansas, U.S.
||June 29, 1933
Manhattan, New York City
|Cause of death
||Fatty Arbuckle, William Goodrich
||Actor, comedian, director, screenwriter
||Minta Durfee (m. 1908; div. 1925)
Doris Deane (m. 1925; div. 1929)
Addie Oakley Dukes McPhail (m. 1932–33)
I don't weigh a pound over one hundred and eighty and, what's more, I never did.
I don't believe there is any finer mission on Earth than just to make people laugh.
I've never used my weight to get a laugh. That is, used my size as the subject for humor. You never saw me stuck in a door-way or stuck in a chair.
How did I become a star? I don't know how it happened. When I look at my old pictures, I can't tell how it happened!
I shall produce nothing that will offend the proprieties, whether applied to children or grownups. My pictures are turned out with clean hands and, therefore, with a clear conscience which, like virtue, is its own reward.