Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you. I'd like to thank my wife, who is my
best pal down here. And my mother, who was here with me in 1993. She was only 84
then. But she's here with me again tonight. And she just -- so, at 96, I'm
thanking her for her genes.
It was a wonderful adventure. It takes a --
to make a picture in 37 days, it takes a well-oiled machine. And that well-oiled
machine is the crew -- the cast, of course, you've met a lot of them. But
there's still Margo and Anthony and Michael and Mike and Jay and everybody else
who was so fabulous in this cast. And the crew, Campanelli. Billy Coe and, of
course, Tom Stern, who is fantastic. And Henry Bumstead, the great Henry
Bumstead who is the head of our crack geriatrics team. And Henry and Jack
Taylor, and Dick Goddard, all those guys. Walt and everybody. I can't think of
everybody right now.
I'm drawing a blank right now. But, Warren, you
were right. And thank you, for your confidence earlier in the evening. I'm just
lucky to be here. Lucky to be still working. And I watched Sidney Lumet, who is
80, and I figure, I'm just a kid. I'll just -- I've got a lot of stuff to do
yet. So thank you all very much. Appreciate it.