The '60s (1999 TV Movie)
Bill Herlihy: Are you still my baby?
Katie Herlihy: No, dad, I grew up. But I am still your daughter.
[On his son Michael being a Conscientious Objector to Vietnam]
Bill Herlihy: "If my son says he can't fight, it's not because he's not brave enough, it's because he's brave enough to stand up for what he believes in."
Sheriff: You know, Willie, these cameras ain't gonna be here every day.
Rev. Willie Taylor: No they won't. But we will.
Rev. Willie Taylor: Don't you EVER forget what you seen here.
Brian Herlihy: This is the wrong war for your principles.
Bill Herlihy: I may not know what exactly a consciencious objector is. But I do know what a consciense is.
[Michael is depressed after Robert Kennedy's murder]
Bill Herlihy: Who do you want? Nixon? Becasue that's what you're gonna get if you keep this up. Nixon.
Katie Herlihy: [Katie is broke and no-one will help her] Peace and love, my ass! I hate this goddamn city!
Katie Herlihy: Michael Rainbow, I'm going to make you a promise. I am going to take this money, and then I am going to find a nice, warm place for us to stay, for as long as we want.
Katie Herlihy: I don't know where! But we are never going to spend another night sleeping on a stranger's couch and begging for food, I promise you, ok? I swear to God!