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Thumbnail image for wisemanl.jpg I don't know about you but I found last night's Emmy telecast pretty boring. This is strange for me since usually I love award shows. Not surprising, though, was that my favorite part did not disappoint--the "In Memoriam" segment. With Sarah MacClahlan singing her hit, "I will Remember You," the video montage paid tribute to television stars who had passed this year.

Below is a complete list but is there anyone you think was left out? If so, please let us know.

Edie Adams
Gale Storm
Van Johnson
Eartha Kitt
Neal Hefti (composer)
Patrick McGoohan
Morton Lachman (writer/director)
Karl Malden
James Whitmore
Sam Cohn ("uber-talent agent")
Henry Gibson
Bill Melendez (animator, voice of Snoopy)
Pat Hingle
Paul Benedict
Bernie Hamilton
Dom DeLuise
Dominick Dunne
Robert Prosky
Fred Travalena
Irving R. Levine
Ron Silver
Natasha Richardson
David Carradine
Nora O'Brien (TV programming executive)
Michael Crichton
Beatrice Arthur
Ricardo Montalban
Ed McMahon
Army Archerd
Larry Gelbart
Paul Newman
Pierre Cossette
Michael Jackson
Patrick Swayze
Don Hewitt
Farrah Fawcett
Walter Cronkite

By Lauren Wiseman |  September 21, 2009; 2:23 PM ET  | Category:  Actors, actresses
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BILLY MAYS! For sheer volume alone he should have been included.

And what about Majel Barrett?

Posted by: Blurgle | September 21, 2009 4:50 PM

And I should have added: what about Mollie Sugden and Wendy Richard? Hasn't PBS shown "Are You Being Served?" in reruns for over 20 years?

Posted by: Blurgle | September 21, 2009 4:52 PM

Jack Narz - he might have logged more TV time than any of them

Posted by: cmfranklin1 | September 24, 2009 8:40 AM

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