Hey Good Lookin'
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Hey Good Lookin' is a 1982 animated film that provides an outrageous, affectionate look at coming of age in the Eisenhower era in Brooklyn.
- Written and directed by Ralph Bakshi.
Ralph Bakshi, creator of "Fritz the Cat" and "Heavy Traffic" brings you the outrageous '50s the way they really were.Taglines
- Crazy Shapiro: [After learning that Vinnie is waiting for Roz.] It's Roz! It's Roz! It's Roz! It's Roz!
- Vinnie: [After finding out that the two girls he and Crazy picked up in a bar are prostitutes.] Well, listen, Ms. Movie star - Vinnie doesn't pay for it. OK? Vinnie NEVER pays for it.
- Eva: [Watching Vinnie and Crazy fight each other.] Here I am right in the middle of it - defiant youth in action!
- Old Vinnie: [Imagines walking out the door after meeting up with Roz in the present time.] If there was one thing we learned back then that's still true now, it's that if you turn a woman upside down, they all look alike. So why bother?
- Crazy Shapiro: When I'm up on the roof, it's like nothing can touch me. You know, it's all so quiet and beautiful, with the whole city right out in front of my eyes. Some nights I just feel like painting a picture.
- Vinnie: Hey, Norman Rockwell - paint me a picture.
- Crazy Shapiro: I didn't say I painted. I said I "felt like" like it.
- Vinnie: Hey, there are over twenty million faggots in New York that "feel like it" -- you wanna make it twenty million and one?