AMERICAN GRAFFITI (1973)
Beau Gentry: "Hey, man, who cut the cheese?"
Bo Hopkins: "He who smelt it, dealt it".
Candy Clark: "Girls don't pay -- guys pay!"
Mackenzie Phillips: "Your car is uglier than I am. Oops, that didn't come out right".
Candy Clark: "It only took me one night to realize if brains were dynamite you couldn't blow your nose".
ANIMAL HOUSE (1978)
John Belushi: "Toga, Toga!"
John Belushi: "Food Fight!"
John Belushi: "Grab a beer. Don't cost nothing."
BREAKING AWAY (1979)
Paul Dooley: "If you eat so much, Moocher, how come you're so damned small?"
Jackie Earle Haley: "Oh... It's my metabolism. I eat 3 times a day and my metabolism eats 5 times a day".
John Travolta: "Sandy!"
Olivia Newton-John: "Tell me about it...Stud!"
Pink Lady: "True love and he didn't lay a hand on you? Sounds like a creep to me".
John Travolta: "Now, this car could be system-matic! It could be hydro-matic, ultra-matic. Why, it could be Greased Lightning!"
LAST PICTURE SHOW, THE (1971)
Ben Johnson: "Chicken fry me a steak and use meat this time!"
LORDS OF FLATBUSH, THE (1974)
Sylvester Stallone: " If you ever show my girl a ring like that again, you know what's gonna be written on your tombstone? I was dumb enough to show Frannie Malincanico a $1600 ring,Ya got that".
LOVE STORY (1970)
Ryan O'Neal: "Love means never having to say you're sorry".
Bill Murray: "Kids are starving in China and you're walking around with a sombrero full of peanuts".
Bill Murray: Attention. Here's an update on tonight's dinner. It was veal. I repeat, veal. The winner of tonight's mystery meat contest is Jeffrey Corbin who guessed "some kind of beef."
OVER THE EDGE (1979)
Matt Dillon: "A kid who tells on another kid is a dead kid!"
SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER (1977)
John Travolta: "He hit my hair. I spend a lot of time on my hair & he hits it, he hits my hair."
Karen Lynn Gorney: "Nice move. Did you make that up?"
John Travolta: "Yeah, well I saw it on TV first, then I made it up".
(After Travolta gets a 4 dollar raise in his salary)
Travolta's father: "Four dollars? You know what four dollars buys today? It don't even buy three dollars!"
THE WANDERERS (1979)
(Teacher writes on the blackboard "All men are created equal")
Teacher: "Who wrote this?"
Students: "You did, sir".
THE WARRIORS (1979)
Deborah Van Valkenburgh: "You Warriors are real tough muthas, ain't ya?"