In TVB's 1996 serial, Cold blood warm heart, Shuit (Jessica Hester Hsuan) went through much trouble finding a CD with the song Sound of Silence by Simon and Garfunkel (theme song of The Graduate, starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft) as a gift to her boyfriend, Lap (Gallen Lo). In a music shop, it was out of stock and the assistant had to sell her own copy to Shuit. But Lap was more interested in a rich girl, Grace (Astrid Chan), so when Grace listened and liked the song, he casually lent it to her. Later, when Shuit was in Lap's car, the first thing was to look for it but could not find it. Lap explained that he had lent it to a friend. One day, Grace's car stalled and Lap and Shuit happened to pass by and stopped to help. As expected of a female with that extra sense, Shuit noticed the cover of the CD (the well known picture of Dustin Hoffman and an outstretched leg of Anne) in Grace's car, she kept quiet. The CD was accidentally damaged and Grace had great difficulty looking for a new one. She joked to Lap that she even thought of flying over to America to get it! Of course, when Shuit found the replacement CD in Lap's car, it has lost its original meaningfulness.
According to Wikipedia:
Anne Bancroft: "Her best-known role during this period was as Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate (1967), for which she received a third Academy Award nomination. In the film, she played an unhappily married woman who seduces the much-younger recent college graduate played by Dustin Hoffman. Bancroft was ambivalent about her appearance in The Graduate; she stated in several interviews that the role overshadowed all of her other work. Although her status as the "older woman" in the film is iconic, Bancroft was actually only 36 years old to Dustin Hoffman's 30 when the film was released."