Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck. You know, so many of my heroes are gone, Larry, you know. I mean, if one person goes out, I mean, we're all out, you know. And I'll tell you he's one of the most wonderful young men I've ever met. And once he gets set up and starts to do these things, you know, and he's gotten in the makeup and everything, you can't start to crack up.
Yes, Number Two returns, a role he has put his own stamp on. His show business career, as we said, spans more than 50 years. KING: It was an honor to be part of that presentation along with Mike Myers.
You don't get a tribute like that, receive an honor like that without having a lot of people touch that and be a part of it and make it possible. I would walk up and down that street and think that maybe somebody might see me walking down Hollywood Boulevard and say "Who's that guy," and all that kind of stuff.
But, you know, I have a lot of loved ones that have left me, and we all have. But I was saying to someone, I walked up and down that street as a kid, and all I wanted to do was be in the movies.
KING: Do you remember why you wanted to be an actor? KING: So you knew sons of people and daughters of people.
I said thank God somebody in the family is working. And my youngest daughter, Courtney, she's an artist and she's designing jewelry and she's doing great. KING: Did you go to those high schools here and college? I went to high school here, I went to military school here, I went to a few military schools.