Bill Murray, who won a Golden Globe earlier this year for his role in "Lost in Translation," received a lifetime achievement award at the Jacksonville Film Festival.

Murray, 53, kissed the award — a glass-and-wood turtle — then made a face.

"It smells like the ocean," Murray said at the Florida ceremony Saturday night. "It's the only award I have that does."

The Golden Globe was the first major acting prize for Murray, who gained fame in the 1970s as a goofball on TV's "Saturday Night Live" and continued that schtick in movies such as "Caddyshack" and "Meatballs."

"Lost in Translation," about two lonely Americans who find friendship in a Tokyo hotel, earned Murray an Oscar nomination.

He told a packed auditorium at the Florida Theatre that his latest honor proves "that I'm not in it just for the awards."