Quotes of the Day: Corey Feldman Edition

Today is Corey Feldman’s 44th birthday. I couldn’t pick just one quote. So, here are several Felsdman quotes from several classic ’80s movies:

The Fox and the Hound

Young Tod: What are you smelling?
Young Copper: I’m on the trail of something.
Young Tod: Trail of… what?
Young Copper: I don’t know yet.
[sniffs Tod]
Young Copper: Why it’s… it’s you.
[howls]
Young Tod: What’d you do that for?
Young Copper: We’re supposed to do that when we find what we’ve been tracking.
Young Tod: I’m a fox. My name’s Tod. What’s your name kid?
Young Copper: Mine’s Copper. I’m a hound dog.


The Goonies

Irene Walsh: Pants and shirts go in the… oh, forget about it. Just throw everything into cardboard boxes. Clark, can you really translate all that?
Mouth: For sure, Mrs. Walsh.


Stand By Me

Vern: Come on you guys. Let’s get moving.
Teddy: Yeah, by the time we get there, the kid won’t even be dead anymore.

 


The Lost Boys

Max: It was all going to be so perfect, Lucy. Just like one big, happy family. Your boys… and my boys.
Edgar Frog: Great! The Bloodsucking Brady Bunch!


License to Drive

Dean: Could you take the car out of neutral? We just got passed by a street sweeper.


The Burbs

Ricky Butler: Hey, Mrs. Rumsfield, no tan lines. Looks nice.
Mark Rumsfield: That kid next door’s a meatball.

The Burbs 1


Dream a Little Dream

Bobby Keller: Why do we have to take something so far that it can’t be taken back? I’ll tell you why – because we’re young, and when you’re young, every little thing seems so big.

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2 thoughts on “Quotes of the Day: Corey Feldman Edition”

    1. Happy Birthday!! I totally understand about your soft spot. I share a birthday with Keanu Reeves and Selma Hayek. Well, I always had a thing for Selma Hayek anyway. But she got some bonus points. I don’t think I share a birthday with any ’80s star though. Corey Feldman is awesome!
      Well, I hope you had a great birthday, and hope you have a great birthday weekend!

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