On Saturday, Billy Crystal hosted a star-studded private memorial celebration of the late Robin Williams that drew dozens of his former costars, directors, and famous comedian friends, and included emotional tributes by his wife Susan, and children Zelda, Cody, and Zak. The event happened at the Curran Theater in San Francisco and was followed by a reception at the Grand Ballroom at the Westin St. Francis, as People Magazine and Variety are reporting.

There's a copy of the program below, which included personal remembrances by Bobcat Goldthwait, Bonnie Hunt, Whoopi Goldberg, and Eric Idle, and a musical tribute by Stevie Wonder. Also, San Francisco's famed GLIDE Memorial Choir provided backup. Included on the program was the Ralph Waldo Emerson poem, "To Laugh Often and Much."

As US Weekly reports via an attendee, during Crystal's final tribute, "he was in tears." And as one family friend noted, "One of the most moving parts was when Susan recounted the day they met at the Apple store."

Among the other hundreds of attendees were Bette Midler, Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor, George Lucas, Penny Marshall, Danny De Vito, Rhea Perlman, Joel McHale, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Gus Van Sant, Chris Columbus, Jeff Bridges, Minnie Driver, Marlo Thomas, Governor Jerry Brown, Nancy Pelosi, Josh Groban, Seth Green, Eddie Izzard, Richard Lewis, and his Mork & Mindy costar Pam Dawber.

Williams took his own life on August 11 at the age of 63 in his home Tiburon. His wife later told the press that he was coping with a recent diagnosis of early-stage Parkinson's Disease.

Program via People. Click to enlarge.

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