A fond farewell to those we lost in 2012, part 2
Paying tribute to lives and legacies
- Duration 3:33
- Date Dec 30, 2012
Paying tribute to lives and legacies
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The air comes to a close we're taking a look back at the lives and legacies of some of those we lost in 2012 joining us again is at.
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Coming from London and a nice to see scene all right thank you start let's start off with Andy Griffith he's a legend.
Multi tying to act -- produced saying I -- his career spanned more than half a century on stage.
Film and TV will always be best -- has kind of if -- and from my -- I've kind of -- -- show and between 1960.
I was one of only three series in TV it to go out.
-- -- the rating surprisingly -- never actually won an -- however he was inducted into the academy of television arts -- of Spain.
And 2005 he would -- the presidential medal all.
Freedom he also won a Grammy in 1997.
For his album -- gospel music but.
His legacy for many won't be back Andy Griffith theme song of.
Core he had some I didn't realize that the unique official went out of the top of the ratings like oh I Love Lucy did and so did sign -- I'm also on your list here.
Henry Hill of course really go to -- him classically in the film goodfellas.
He did indeed accidentally the ten mile Odyssey was a notorious in New York -- -- An FBI informant Dyson hot -- and I had to break complicated life.
From drop caught towns overseas and that infamous.
And Francois agreed which can form the basis of the Martin Scorsese films that break complicated catch -- And this is another this is not a person who I'll really miss Robin get of course of the BG -- He -- -- eating out yet again another election staying alive -- -- beautiful beautiful songs how deep is your love.
Absolutely made my new singer songwriter specimens of being one of the members of the species with a career spanning six decades -- sold more than 200.
And twenty million records worldwide he is described as one of the major figure in the history of British music from one of the best -- -- have -- you'll be remembered for putting the Disco on the map in the late seventies.
And for qarase an assassin might be the soundtrack -- John Travolta and putting tracks like Howard -- could do not like you said at night FEMA.
And he received multiple Grammy Awards and was also inducted into the song -- to sort of fame in the Grammy museum.
And as a grip the -- -- -- and -- into the world -- board of -- outstanding contribution to music so of course he will be -- you missed.
Asks that some analysts -- Sherman Helmsley of course famous from the Jefferson's at ten year span of that show from the mid seventies to the mid eighties right.
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Now he wasn't barely famous -- over the he played the break cranky and George Jefferson on the jets fans but before acting he did seven USF -- the fortieth.
I don't even -- -- is he tenth double -- that -- what the post office during the day and he went to the act at night.
And then since leaving the -- and he did.
Cannot act as frequently at first and gets -- well he -- in that found matches and the huge pleas as well I even landed a voice while on Family Guy.
So yes he did some from Manhattan's and he died Sunday at the age of 74.
But disputes over his -- Hispanic prevented him much -- being buried until last month.
But he'll always be -- -- -- to us as the lovable opinion they Tate George.
I say that that's right thank you very much we appreciate you joining us thank -- happy new year -- acolytes.
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