„To this day, when men meet me, there's always that movie in the back of their mind.“

On The Graduate, " Anne Bancroft Finds Her Own Way Back http://www.nytimes.com/2002/02/17/theater/theater-anne-bancroft-finds-her-own-way-back.html?pagewanted=2", interview with Peter Marks in the New York Times (17 February 2002).

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