Always a shame, but 93 isn’t bad going.
His Turing Award lecture from 1990 is “On building systems that will fail.” (PDF inside)
Here’s that 1963 interview, in two parts:
And a quote:
Corbató is sometimes known for “Corbató’s Law” which states:
The number of lines of code a programmer can write in a fixed period of time is the same independent of the language used.
Here’s the 1989 oral history interview by the Charles Babbage Institute (PDF).