Douglas: (on his favorite among Douglas Fairbanks Sr. films) I have several. I think Thief of Baghdad (1924) is probably one of the finest films ever made by anybody. It's a wonderful use of the medium of film; it's not a photographed stage play. It could only be done as a movie; it could never be done as a play, not in the same way, anyway. And I like Don Q (1925). I was a big fan. I thought he was a fine artist, he designed everything himself. He wasn't just the actor, he was the producer, the writer, the story was by him. He didn't take the credit; the credit said it was by Elton Thomas, but that was his middle name.