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2010: Those Who Died #989431

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 27, 2010
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(New York: Brian Williams) A look back at notable names we lost in 2010 presented: singer Lena Horne, actor Tony Curtis, opera singer Joan Sutherland, actresses Jean Simmons, Patricia Neal, Gloria Stuart, Lynn Redgrave, Jill Clayburgh, Rue McClanahan and Dixie Carter, musician Mitch Miller, singer Eddie Fisher, television host Art Linkletter, actors Gary Coleman and Tom Bosley, actress Barbara Billingsley, actors Leslie Nielsen, Peter Graves, Robert Culp, James MacArthur, John Forsythe, Pernell Roberts and Fess Parker, singer/businessman Jimmy Dean, football player/actor Merlin Olsen, football player George Blanda, football player/sportscaster Don Meredith, basketball coach John Wooden, basketball player Manute Bol, baseball players Bobby Thomson, Bob Feller and Ron Santo, baseball manager Sparky Anderson, baseball announcers Ernie Harwell and Bob Sheppard, Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, Olympic Committee president Juan Antonio Samaranch, actor/director Dennis Hopper, directors Arthur Penn and Blake Edwards, singers Solomon Burke, Teddy Pendergrass and Teena Marie, fashion designer Alexander McQueen, health care advocate Elizabeth Edwards, civil rights leaders Benjamin Hooks and Dorothy Height, Cherokee Nation Chief Wilma Mankiller, educator Jaime Escalante, helped hide Anne Frank Miep Gies, diplomat Richard Holbrooke, presidential advisor Theodore Sorensen, Secretary of State Alexander Haig, Senators Ted Stevens and Robert Byrd, Representatives Dan Rostenkowski, John Murtha and Charlie Wilson, columnist James Kilpatrick, journalists Daniel Schorr and Edwin Newman and author J.D. Salinger.
Williams, Brian

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