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Back to Dickie Attenborough at the awards ceremony. He now has
bunches of onions slung around his neck.
Ladies and gentlemen, seldom can it have been a greater pleasure
and privilege than it is for me now to announce that the next award
gave me the great pleasure and privilege of asking a man without
whose ceaseless energy and tireless skill the British Film Industry
would be today. I refer of course to my friend and colleague, Mr
David Niven. (vast applause. Dickie applies tears to his face
from a dropper) Sadly, David Niven cannot be with us tonight,
but he has sent his fridge. (applause; `Around the World in Eighty
Days' music; the fridge is pushed down by the men in brown coats,
and a microphone is positioned in front of it. The fridge also has
a black tie on.) This is the fridge in which David keeps most
of his milk, butter and eggs. What a typically selfless gesture,
that he should send this fridge, of all of his fridges, to be with
(the same silly voice) The nominations for the Best Foreign
Film Director are: Monsieur Richard Attenborough, Ricardo de Attenbergie,
Rik Artenburg, Ri Char Dat En Bollo, and Pier Paolo Pasolini.
Before we hear the joint winner, let's see the one that came
sixth. Let us see Pier Paolo Pasolini's latest film.