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PF: I do know this: When somebody has to look great on the screen, that's the death of funny.
PF: We have an old shoebox full of Polaroids of the ones who didn't make it.
PF: No, we've been casting for the last six weeks and have some amazing choices already.
PF: It's the scariest and most exciting thing we've ever done.
PF: There was a point after Me, Myself and Irene that we seemed to have to one-up ourselves and we didn't want to do that.
I know of one housewife who fed her family largely on vegetables, and would not spend more than 10 pf.
As regards the food, M. Eugster remarks that the sum of 60 pf.The Better Germany in War Time|Harold Picton
We asked whether the children paid, and were told that those who could afford it paid from 25 to 45 pf.
In 1875 the sample rate was simplified by the introduction of a single rate of 10 pf.The Development of Rates of Postage|A. D. Smith
He had a wife and two children, and Doctor Shadwell reckoned that the family to make two ends meet must live on 37 pf.