Quotation by Dan Totheroh

Hard work. Well, that's all right for people who don't know how to do anything else. It's all right for people who aren't lucky. But once you're lucky, you don't have to work for other people. You make them work for you.
Dan Totheroh (1895–1976), U.S. screenwriter, Stephen Vincent Benet (1898–1943), U.S., and William Dieterle. "Mr. Scratch" (Walter Huston), The Devil and Daniel Webster, trying to convince Caleb Stone to sell his soul (1941).

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