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Susan Saint James,
Jack Lemmon once said of his Scottie Templeton character: "If I had to choose one role as my favorite this has got to be it!". Moreover, Lemmon once said of "Tribute"'s story, it's "the most fascinating mixture of comedy and drama that I've found since The Apartment (1960)". See more »
"Tribute" is a wonderful tear-jerker about a father and his estranged son. Benson is good, though his character may be a bit over-the-top cynical. But as usual, Jack Lemmon provides a textbook example of acting without seeming like he's acting, the mark of a great performer.
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