HomeQuote Of The DayQuote Of The Day – Graduate Edition Quote Of The Day – Graduate Edition Kevin June 7, 2005 Quote Of The Day 5 Comments “Mrs. Robinson, you’re trying to seduce me – aren’t you?“ Dustin Hoffman’s character (Benjamin Braddock) addressing Anne Bancroft’s notorious character in The Graduate. Anne Bancroft died today of cancer at the age of 73. Bonfire of the Vanities #101 Reforming our Justice system Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditEmailMoreLinkedInPinterestPrintTumblrPocket Related Posts Quote Of The Day – Obama's Schadenfreude Edition Liberty and tyranny "So shallow, so hyperpartisan, and so intellectually dishonest" About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. 5 Comments triticale June 7, 2005 Which means, by simple arithmetic, that the archtype of the older woman was younger than I am now. -S- June 8, 2005 Heavy smoker. Hate to be the one to write this, but she was a heavy smoker, and for all her life. Lokki June 8, 2005 God Bless you please, Mrs. Robinson Tony-man June 8, 2005 A great lady, who didn’t get famous by marrying “a Tom Cruise” or dating “a Brad Pitt” or smashing papperazzi cameras, or being seen drunk and staggering out of a bar. She became famous just for being an excellent actress! Recomended viewing: I’ve seen THE MIRACLE WORKER, THE GRADUATE, THE ELEPHANT MAN, FATSO, TORCH SONG TRILOGY, 84 CHARING CROSS ROAD, and GARBO TALKS. I liked all of these films. I never saw THE TURNING POINT but I heard it was pretty good. NOT recomended!: TO BE OR NOT TO BE. (avoid this turkey) fatman June 9, 2005 She also had a small but well done performance in 1993’s “Malice”, as the mother of Nicole Kidman’s character. The movie wasn’t for everyone’s taste, and could have been better, but I enjoyed it. And if I–at my current age–were to hit on her at the age she was when she did “The Graduate” I’d be called a dirty old man. And Mel Brooks would probably attack me in the shower with a rolled up newspaper.