MR. BARTHOLOMEW: “[T]he futility of individual effort.]” John Houseman to James Caan as JONATHAN E in Rollerball (1975), a film by Norman Jewison, screenplay by William Harrison.
“When you’re down, and troubled, and you need a helpin’ hand, and nothin’, no nothin’ is going right. Have yourself a Dodgerdog, and every thing’ll be alright.”
JAMES TAYLOR: Hey, I didn’t sing that.
CAROLE KING: Close your eyes and think of me, and soon I will be there to brighten up even your darkest nights.
JESUIT PRIEST: Other than evocative manifestations of your personal relationship with Jesus Christ, which I hope is taking center stage in your young hearts, what does this song, “You’ve Got A Friend” by Carole King mean to you today?