Excerpt from: The New York Times - 4 July 1999

Title: What They Say About Stanley Kubrick

Marie Windsor (actress; co-star of "The Killing")

Stanley was an introverted person. He was very quiet and while on the set I never heard him yell at the crew or anybody. When he had some idea for me to do or change, he would wiggle his finger and we would go away from the action and he would tell me what he wanted or didn't want. One time when I was sitting on the bed reading a magazine, he came up and said, "I want you to move your eyes when you're reading." He was only in his 20's but you just had a sense of his having pure confidence in himself.

When the picture opened, he came over to our house for a party. He always wore those tan work pants that laborers wear, and he wore them to the party. In fact, I never saw him out of them.