The "quote puzzle" is not usually a favorite of mine, because once you know the quote, you have a lot filled in. But today's added three extra pieces that were not immediately obvious, given the quote. In fact, "18A: Film lead character featured in a Disney World attraction" was almost the very last thing we filled in! The last time I was at Disney was just over a decade ago. Maybe not before the first JACKSPARROW movie, but certainly before the ride appeared.
Some nice, tricky stuff, like 26A: Hamlet's parts (ABODES), which took me a second or two even after it was filled in!, and I couldn't decide if 28: They're often seen with bows (TUXES) meant "bows" like in one's hair (or in one's tie), or like "taking a bow," but either would work, I guess. And I love a straightforward, but still misleading clue, like 64A: Was attractive (DREW). And it's not just because I am a photographer that I enjoyed 9D: Where a photographer might take shots? (WARZONE). That was a good one!
Lastly, EnglishTeacher59 pointed out, a couple days ago, that the "Amen" at the bottom of the grid could be taken as a part of the "touchdown" theme. Today I'm willing to bet that Mr. Livengood put that SCORE (63: XX) in there as an exclamation (the clue itself could be seen as a type of sign-off, too, I suppose...), after jamming in all that theme material and making it work, AND making it a pangram as well! Quite the accomplishment!