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Sunday, 24 February, 2002, 23:48 GMT
Who said what at the Baftas
Dame Judi Dench
Dame Judi said she had fun making Iris
The speeches, jokes and thank yous from the 2002 Bafta awards.

"I was very shaky on stage. I made a million pound bet with my agent five minutes before that I wouldn't win so I was very shocked. I was very shaken - if you lose a million pounds five minutes before, it is very shaky."
Dame Judi Dench

"I feel slightly on a roll. It's particularly gratifying the way the cricket's been going lately"
Russell Crowe

"I'm completely taken by surprise. It was fantastic working with Russell Crowe. He's a great actor and it doesn't get much better"
Jennifer Connelly

"What was that horrible soapy substance coming off the red carpet? Because Judi Dench's shoes are ruined and she holds you personally responsible"
Kevin Spacey

"I think it's the years of greasy flattery given to actors which is finally bubbling up"
Stephen Fry in response to Spacey

"The world would be a duller place without Moulin Rouge"
Jim Broadbent

"Tanks above all to my two partners here. Not for the films, they're okay, but for 40 years of unbroken friendship"
Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

"I'm not nominated this year, so Russell Crowe has a chance"
Jamie Bell

"I've had more fun working in England than anyone should ever have"
Warren Beatty

"I have been their pin up come walking mascot for years now" Helena Bonham Carter on Merchant Ivory

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"It was the wettest possible evening for the awards ceremony"
Sir Ian McKellen, star of Lord of the Rings
"Every film project is a gamble"
 VOTE RESULTS
Was Harry Potter snubbed by Bafta?

Yes
 42.35% 

No
 57.65% 

11041 Votes Cast

Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion

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