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(Studio: Natalie Morales) A look back at the lives we lost in 2013 presented: actor Peter O’Toole, film critic Roger Ebert, actress Joan Fontaine, actress/mouseketeer Annette Funicello, football player/sportscaster Pat Summerall, football player Deacon Jones, boxer Ken Norton, baseball player Stan Musial, musician George Jones, singer Patti Page, actress Eleanor Parker, actress Jean Stapleton, actress Bonnie Franklin, actor Conrad Bain, actor Jonathan Winters, musician Richie Havens, astronaut Scott Carpenter, actress Esther Williams, author Tom Clancy, author Elmore Leonard, actor James Gandolfini, actor Dennis Farina, actor Cory Monteith, actor Paul Walker, musician Lou Reed, pianist Van Cliburn, psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers, former surgeon general C. Everett Koop, NBC News correspondent Tom Aspell, NBC News anchor John Palmer, journalist Helen Thomas, journalist David Frost, former U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, former South African President Nelson Mandela.
- Morales, Natalie
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