Tribute is a 1980 Canadian comedy-drama film directed by Bob Clark and starring Jack Lemmon as Scottie Templeton, a terminally ill Broadway agent trying to make amends with his family and friends. Robby Benson and Lee Remick co-star, with supporting roles Colleen Dewhurst, John Marley, Kim Cattrall, and Gale Garnett. It is based on the play of the same name by Bernard Slade, who also wrote the screenplay.


Scottie Templeton is a show-business veteran, based in New York and well known in the theatrical community there. He has many acquaintances, but is divorced from his wife and estranged from his only son.