In 1957, George Hamilton arrived in Hollywood with about $90 in his pocket. In order to get to his auditions, he borrowed a damaged Rolls-Royce from a friend—a car which he bought and repaired as soon as he had earned enough money. Years later, he recalled that old Rolls with some fondness. Indeed, there were times, he once declared, when the car got more film work than he did!
[Hamilton on women: "While a man is trying to figure out the size of a woman's breasts, the woman has already figured out whether or not you'd be a good husband, how many children you're going to have and what their names will be. They are so far ahead of men."]