On February 25, 2007, the Italian composer Ennio Morricone strode onstage at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood for another of the awards that he’s been collecting for over forty years—one that he’d earned dozens of times over—that gold-plate doorstop nicknamed Oscar. With Clint Eastwood gamely translating, he delivered an emotional acceptance speech in Italian, with a special dedication to his wife, Maria (who was seated with Quincy Jones—what an endorsement!).
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