When I worked as an office PA, it was for a TV movie that starred Martin Landau. The offices were at the top floor in the old building on Hollywood and Vine. One night when my shift was done, I got into the elevator and wasn't really paying attention. Someone said, "Wow these elevators are really old" because they creaked when going down. I said, "That's because the have squirrels up there turning the wheels." Small laughter. When I turned around, I found out it was Mr. Landau himself. I knew he was heading the same way to the parking lot, so I walked with him. He was staring at the stars along the boulevard and commented about how many greats there were, when we came upon Cary Grant's star. I said, "I know you worked with him, what was he like?" (The two were in "North By Northwest" together) Mr. Landau seemed a bit shocked, yet pleasantly surprised by my question, like he didn't expect it from a young PA or that I even knew who he was. He continued to tell me about what a great set Hitch ran and Grant was one of the nicest men he's ever met. I'm telling you, it was like the scene in "Ed Wood" when Ed and Bela first meet, except this was about a year before that movie. Never was a walk so short. We finally came to his car. I thanked him and asked him to sign an autograph to my mother. He graciously did, and she still has it. If I ever meet him again, I hope he remembers that 'cause it made an impact on me.