Thanks, Robin. You know, I didn't bring these guys ["Woody" and "Buzz Lightyear" dolls]. They hired their own limo, you know, it's a real small one. Malibu Ken was the driver.
Before I get started, I wanted to thank the Academy for their long-time support of student filmmakers and of short films. I stand here proudly as a product of that encouragement. And although my name alone is on this award, I want to share it with everyone at Pixar Animation Studios, the incredible little studio that made "Toy Story," and to the Walt Disney Studios for believing that we could do it. "Toy Story" was a labor of love that took over four years to complete. And even though it's the first computer-animated feature film, computers alone did not create "Toy Story," a group of very talented people did, among them -- all right, time me, Robin -- Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter, Joe Ranft, Ralph Guggenheim, Bonnie Arnold, Bill Reeves, Eban Ostby, Ralph Eggleston, Peter Schneider, Tom Schumacher, Michael Eisner, and everyone at Pixar. Also...
ROBIN WILLIAMS [interrupting]:
The United Rhythm Foundation, please help!
...And also my loving wife Nancy and my lucky stars, my sons, Joey, Bennet, PJ and Sam. It's because of these people, the sum of all these brilliant parts, that "Toy Story" carries a human spirit that shines even brighter than its computerized glow. So I thank the Academy Board of Governors and all the audiences around the world for recognizing its light. Thank you.