Oscars: ‘In Memoriam’ Starts With James Gandolfini, Ends With Philip Seymour Hoffman (Full List)

“Midnight Rider” crew member Sarah Jones among Hollywood’s dearly departed whose tribute will appear on Oscars.com

Last Updated: August 4, 2014 @ 11:10 AM

The Academy chose to open its oft-criticized In Memoriam segment with James Gandolfini and end the touching tribute with Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Glenn Close introduced the segment, ending her speech with these words: “Because of the great gift of film, they will be here forever. We love you, we honor you, we miss you, but most of all, we thank you.”

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Hollywood’s dearly departed who weren’t featured in the televised montage, including “Midnight Rider” crew member Sarah Jones, will appear on Oscars.com. That includes director Alain Resnais, who died early Sunday and was not included in the segment, and neither was “Jack Ryan” creator/author Tom Clancy.

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The Full ‘In Memoriam’ List is below:

James Gandolfini

Karen Black

Tom Laughlin

Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

Carmen Zapata

Hal Needham

Richard Shepherd

Stuart Freeborn

Gerry Gambling

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

Maxmilian Schell

Richard Matheson

Gilbert Taylor

Tom Sherak

Esther Williams

Philip Seymour Hoffman

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