"Now, you are my witness, Miss Summerson, I say I don't care-but if he was to come to our house with his great, shining, lumpy forehead night after night till he was as old as Methuselah
, I wouldn't have anything to say to him.
You will be as old as Methuselah
, if you wait till I am your wife.
'A man may live to be as old as Methuselah
,' said Mr.
At that time he looked to be as old as Methuselah
but then strangely, his appearance never altered throughout the succeeding decades until the time of his death.
I calculate that by the end of the season I will be as old as Methuselah
Spanning millennia, from a revisionist Garden of Eden to the world of 30,000 A.D.--where people as old as Methuselah
wear togas and willfully evolve their own brains to think great thoughts--the cycle has had only a handful of productions since the London mounting of 1923, when Edith Evans played the Serpent, Oracle and She-Ancient.