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People of the Year (Obituaries) (Part V) #813697

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 30, 2005
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(Washington: Claire Shipman) Images of the people we lost in 2005 presented with scenes shown: comedians Johnny Carson, Richard Pryor, political figures Shirley Chisholm, Eugene McCarthy, Gen. William Westmoreland, lawyer Johnnie Cochran, businessman Frank Perdue, playwrights August Wilson, Arthur Miller, journalist Hunter Thompson, novelist Saul Bellow, Pope John Paul II, Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, civil rights figure Rosa Parks, actors Ossie Davis, Sandra Dee, Anne Bancroft, Nipsey Russell, Don Adams, James Doohan, Pat Norita, Eddie Albert, Bob Denver & John Spencer, singers Luther Vandross, Ibrahim Ferrer & Shirley Horn & ABC journalist Peter Jennings.

Shipman, Claire

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