Who said what
"I think whatever success we've had in this area has been entirely attributable to how selective we are. We've only adapted Homer and Cormac McCarthy."
Joel Coen, who also shared the adapted screenplay Oscar with Ethan.
"I'm totally overwhelmed with joy and sparkles and fireworks and everything that goes like 'boom boom boom'."
French actress Marion Cotillard, to reporters backstage after being awarded the Oscar for her lead role as Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose.
"I'm a very big fan of Peter Sellers. I wanted to marry him when I was a child."
"Thank you to the Coens for being crazy enough to think that I could do that and put one of the most horrible haircuts in history over my head."
Spanish actor Javier Bardem, winner for his supporting role in No Country For Old Men.
"You could tell me my dress fell off and I'd believe you. Don't be cruel."
Tilda Swinton, describing her surprise after receiving the best supporting actress Oscar for Michael Clayton.
"Getting a text from Bono is the biggest thing that can happen to an Irishman."
Glen Hansard, describing how the U2 singer congratulated him by mobile phone text message on his Oscar for best song.
"Does this town need a hug? What happened? No Country For Old Men, Sweeney Todd, There Will be Blood - all I can say is thank God for teen pregnancy."
Oscar host Jon Stewart
"A moving story of a woman who forgets her husband. Hillary Clinton called it the feel-good movie of the year."
Jon Stewart, describing the Oscar-nominated movie Away From Her, about a woman with Alzheimer's disease.