Sarah Jones OscarsThe industry asked, and the Academy listened. At the end of tonight’s In Memoriam tribute to notable Hollywood figures who passed away during the year, the Oscars telecast acknowledged the death of second camera assistant Sarah Jones, who died in a train accident on the set of Midnight Rider less than two weeks ago. Following Bette Midler’s performance of “The Wind Beneath My Wings” after the traditional In Memoriam reel, a graphic memorializing Jones flashed onscreen. Jones is also included in the fuller Oscars In Memoriam gallery online.

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Here’s the full list of honorees included in this year’s Oscars In Memoriam tribute. Who else should’ve made the broadcast?

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James Gandolfini
Karen Black
Tom Laughlin
Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
Carmen Zapata
Hal Needham
Richard Shepherd
Stuart Freeborn
Gery Hambling
Jim Kelly
Stephenie McMillan
Les Blank
Eileen Brennan
Paul Walker
Fay Kanin
Charles L. Campbell
Deanna Durbin
Frederic Back
A.C. Lyles
Elmore Leonard
Annette Funicello
Petro Vlahos
Eduardo Coutinho
Saul Zaentz
Riz Ortolani
Peter O’Toole
Ray Harryhausen
Brian Ackland-Snow
Richard Griffiths
Sid Caesar
Roger Ebert
Shirley Temple Black
Joan Fontaine
Run Run Shaw
Juanita Moore
Mickey Moore
Stefan Kudelski
Harold Ramis
Eleanor Parker
Ray Dolby
Julie Harris
Maximilian Schell
Richard Matheson
Gilbert Taylor
Tom Sherak
Esther Williams
Philip Seymour Hoffman

aveline
9 months
he was a movie star also.
cory
9 months
The Oscars In Memoriam is for FILM stars not TV stars that Glee guy should be on...
Kevin Flynn
9 months
Gandolfini was in a few. Last Castle, 8MM, Burt Wonderstone (the agent, remember) Cinema Cerite (which in...