quote by Henry Winkler

That problem has been going on since men and women and their children moved from the plains and into caves. How many times have you heard Howard Cunningham talking to Marian about shopping? Too many.

— Henry Winkler

Off-limits Cunningham quotations

When Richie Cunningham drank too many beers, his parents sat him down and explained their concerns. If you live on this earth, you find out that we are all the same.

Bill Cunningham he knows fashion better than anybody.

My dad's more three-dimensional than Opie Taylor or Richie Cunningham.

He even has a temper! He's a real person. But some people are disappointed by that.

Hey, Mr. Cunningham. How's your entailment gettin' along?

A mob's always made up of people, no matter what.

Mr. Cunningham was part of a mob last night, but he was still a man. Every mob in every little Southern town is always made up of people you know--doesn't say much for them, does it?

I changed my mind because of a scene between Howard Cunningham and Richie.

The father-son situation was written so movingly, I fell in love with the project.

Kun-Yang Lin is a young Taiwanese choreographer with strong American modern dance roots. (His) New York debut at the Cunningham studio were notable for their craft and sturdy spirituality.

We all know how powerful the web can be for raising political money.

Well, if you're game, the Duke Cunningham Legal Defense Fund is apparently ready to accept your donation.

I don't think any other city actually has anyone who has actually documented the way they have lived or documented the city themselves. If you want to look at New York in the last half of the 20th century, into the 21st, you would look at Bill Cunningham's archives.

I first started making films - this is my first feature, but I was making shorts - I was actually freelancing as a day job at The New York Times as an art director. I actually worked with Bill Cunningham and really soon after I met him, I thought, "Oh my God, he's a perfect subject for a documentary."

I always have admired what Bill Cunningham does, his body of work.

I think it's a really important, seminal body of work. I think Bill celebrates creativity and self-expression. So it's really a lot of different kind of threads, all through the lens of Bill Cunningham.

We [with David Cunningham] did do Top Of The Pops.

It was an eye-opener. I mean, one of the things that was so interesting - I've talked about this a few times recently, and people can't believe it - they used to do this thing called tape switch with the Musicians Union.

I am an African-American in America. That will never change. But I don't have to be defined by thatWe always try to find similarities in life, no matter what it is so they're going to try to put you in a box with other African-American quarterbacks - Vick, Newton, Randall Cunningham, Warren MoonThat's the goal. Just to go out and not try to prove anybody wrong but just let your talents speak for themselves.

But of all Nonsense, Religious Nonsense is the most nonsensical;

so enough, & more than enough of it - Only, by the bye, will you, or can you tell me, my dear Cunningham, why a religioso turn of mind has always a tendency to narrow and illiberalise the heart?

The Hours is in fact a lovely triumph.

Cunningham honors both Mrs. Dalloway and its creator with unerring sensitivity, thanks to his modesty of intention and his sovereignly affecting prose.... With his elliptical evocation of Mrs. Dalloway, he has managed to pay great but quiet tribute -- reminding us of the gorgeous, ferocious beauty of what endures.

Hey, Cunningham - Andy Warhol called. You're at 14:55 and we're tickin' big-time here, Chachi.