But getting back to that recitation – he couldn't do it as well as his father, Chuck said after completing several verses of "Even This Shall Pass Away," "my dad's voice rang . But here's something for you." And with that he launched into the fifth verse (out of seven), searching for the words, searching for the memories, concluding triumphantly, "'Pain is hard to bear,' he cried. 'But with patience day by day/Even this shall pass away.' Oh, I'm breaking up again." And with that he concluded, to the applause of everyone in the room, the film director, the sound and camera man, his son, Charles Jr., a woman who carried a card "Sherry with Berry," and assorted other bystanders – no more than 25 or 30 in all. He was in tears. He was in triumph.