Wild in the Streets (1968)
Boy: [towards camera] We're gonna put everyone over 10 out of business!
Sally Leroy: America's greatest contribution has been to teach the world that getting old is such a drag.
Mrs. Daphne Flatow: Senator, I'm sure my son has a very good reason for paralyzing the country.
Max Jacob Flatow Jr alias Frost: How old do you think I am?
Young Mary Fergus: About a hundred.
Max Jacob Flatow Jr alias Frost: I'm 24.
Young Mary Fergus: That's old.
Stanley X: [cupping his hand toward Allbright's ear, as they discuss lowering the voting age] They let th' OLD FOLKS in th' OLD FOLKS HOME vote!
Max Jacob Flatow Jr alias Frost: I have nothing against our current President... that's like running against my own grandfather. I mean, what do you ask a 60-year-old man? - You ask him if he wants his wheelchair FACING the sun, or facing AWAY from the sun. But running the country? FORGET IT, babies!
Mrs. Daphne Flatow: [hysterically, as she is arrested for being "overage"] No, no, no, I'm young! I'm young! I'm VERY young! I'm VERY YOUNG!
The Hook, Abraham: [unimpressed, taking her into custody] Lady... you are the biggest "mother" of them all.
Fuji Elly: [asks Mary Fergus] Hey! How often can you do it at eighty?
[Mary Fergus looks away without a word]
Max Jacob Flatow Jr alias Frost: Whatever Papa can do, Baby Boy can do it more times, better.
[raises his eyebrows]
Mary Fergus: [her jaw drops and she rises as Sally LeRoy enters, topless, carrying a serving tray with glasses] Oh my GOD!
Sally Leroy: [pulls an innocent look, as the young men mutter approvingly] It's only tiger's milk.
Mrs. Daphne Flatow: I'm somebody. I... I'm the mother of a famous man. I'm a celebrity!
Max Jacob Flatow Jr alias Frost: How long you think you're gonna live?
Billy Cage: Thirty, man.
Max Jacob Flatow Jr alias Frost: Thirty?
Billy Cage: Twenty-five maybe. After that who needs it, huh?
Max Jacob Flatow Jr alias Frost: Yeah. I don't want to live to be thirty. Thirty is death, baby. That's too much.