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Even The Dead Compete To Make The Oscars' A-List
"Since March 21, 1994, when the first regular obituary segment was dropped into an Academy Awards show, a spot on the yearly scroll of recently deceased movie luminaries has become one of the evening's most hotly contested honors. And as in most Oscar races it is the focus of sometimes ferocious campaigning."
The New York Times 02/08/13
Posted February 8, 2013 12:48 AM
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