"This particular day, I have a snapshot memory of quiet and embarrassment and shame because I blew my lines and mother said I was being a brat. I wasn't paying attention, I was just being bratty. It got very quiet on the set. And Victor came over and knelt in front of me, right at my level, and in a tone of voice measured, fatherly, not scolding, said, 'Cammie, I have a little girl your age. And that's why I come to the studio and work, so I can take care of my little girl. And you see all these men on the set? They have little girls and little boys, too. And when you don't know your lines, we can't do our work and we won't be able to take care of our little boys and little girls.' After that, [I] was line-perfect. [If you're] Irish-Catholic — born guilty -- that's all you need at the age of 5."