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Segment 7 (Farewells) #745133

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 30, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) A review of those who died in 2003 presented; scenes, film clips & photos shown of actress Katharine Hepburn, entertainer Bob Hope, journalist David Brinkley, actor Gregory Peck, dancer Donald O'Connor, artist Al Hirschfeld, director Elia Kazan, comedian Art Carney, baseball player Warren Spahn, tennis player Althea Gibson, jockey Willie Shoemaker, swimmer Gertrude Ederle, musicians Benny Carter, Herbie Mann, dancer Gregory Hines, politician Paul Simon, comic Buddy Hackett, actors Buddy Ebsen, John Ritter & Charles Bronson, singers Johnny Cash & Celia Cruz & TV's Fred Rogers.

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