Interviewer: What do you think about the kids?
Police Officer: From what I've heard from the outside sources for many years I was very, very much surprised and I'm very happy to say we think the people of this country should be proud of these kids, not withstanding the way they dress or the way they wear their hair, that's their own personal business; but their, their inner workings, their inner selves, their, their self-demeanour cannot be questioned; they can't be questioned as good American citizens.
Interviewer: That's kind of surprising coming from a cop.
Police Officer: [smiling] I'm not a cop, I'm the Chief of Police.
David Crosby: This is our second gig.
Stephen Stills: This is the second time we've ever played in front of people, man, we're scared shitless.
Max Yasgur: [to crowd] This is the largest group of people ever assembled in one place, and I think you people have proven something to the world: that a half a million kids can get together and have three days of fun and music and have nothing *but* fun and music, and I God bless you for it!
Hugh Romney: Good morning! What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for four hundred thousand.
Hugh Romney: There's always a little bit of heaven in a disaster area.
Jerry Garcia: [holding a joint into camera] Marijuana! Exhibit A.
Country Joe McDonald: Gimme an F!
Country Joe McDonald: Gimme a U!
Country Joe McDonald: Gimme a C!
Country Joe McDonald: Gimme a K!
Country Joe McDonald: What's that spell?
Arlo Guthrie: It's incredible. I heard the New York Thruway's closed.
News Reporter: Closed? This morning we heard that they were backed down Route 17 with an eight hour delay.
Arlo Guthrie: Right. Well, the New York Thruway's closed. Isn't that far out?
Santana: We have one more tune for you, It's called "Soul Sacrifice !"
Jimi Hendrix: [beginning his set] I see that we meet again, hmmm...