Alfred Hitchcock: [First lines] Good evening. My name is Alfred Hitchcock. Last year the American Film Institute gave me their Lifetime Achievement Award. Tonight it will be presented to an 'actor.' I have been quoted as saying that actors are cattle. What I really said was that actors should be 'treated' like cattle. Hoever, an exception shoukd be made. The actor being honored tonight - I won't keep you in suspense - his name is Jimmy Stewart.
Shirlee Fonda: The director calls them "Capra-corn." The critics call them film classics: the films that Frank Capra made with Jimmy Stewart shaped Jim's career.
Richard Widmark.: [Referring to their Western, "Two Rode Together"] Hey, Jim, I think it's time to saddle up again. Let's make another one.