A Beautiful Tribute to the Filmmakers, Actors and Actresses We Lost in 2014.

TCM remembers 2014 hero IIHIH

The Turner Classic Movie channel put together this really touching 5 minute video in memory of the filmmakers, actors and actresses we lost in 2014. Filmed at Atlanta’s Swan House to the moving song “All I Want” by Kodaline.

We lost an awful lot of substantial talent in 2014. However, there are a few omissions, most notably Elizabeth Peña and Mary Ann Mobley.

Below is a list compiled by Youtuber Chuck Amuck, in order, of the actors and the movie clips in which they were shown in this beautiful tribute.

1. Eli Wallach in The Magnificent Seven (1960)

2. Mickey Rooney in a publicity photo from The Human Comedy (1943) and with Judy Garland in Babes on Broadway (1943)

3. Lord Richard Attenborough in Brighton Rock (1947)

4. Maximilian Schell, with Téa Leoni, in Deep Impact (1998)

5. The Godfather (1972), shot by Gordon Willis

6. Philip Seymour Hoffman in Magnolia (1999)

7. Sir Donald Linden in The Cruel Sea (1953)

8. The English Patient (1996), produced by Saul Zaentz

9. The Graduate (1967), directed by Mike Nichols

10. James Rebhorn in An American Affair (2008)

11. Birgitta Valberg in The Virgin Spring (1960)

12. Bob Hoskins in The Long Good Friday (1980)

13. Alicia Rhett in Gone with the Wind (1939)

14. Jacques Bergerac in Les Girls (1957)

15. Paul Mazursky in Blackboard Jungle (1955)

16. Elaine Stritch, with Dirk Bogarde, in Providence (1977), directed by Alain Resnais

17. Ralph Waite in Cliffhanger (1993)

18. Gottfried John in GoldenEye (1995)

19. Angus Lennie in The Great Escape (1963)

20. Don Keefer in The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966)

21. Keiko Awaji in Stray Dog (1949)

22. Bob Hoskins, with Betty Boop, in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

23. Joan Lorring in The Corn Is Green (1945)

24. Alien (1979), featuring designs by H.R. Giger

25. Herb Jeffries in Two-Man Gun from Harlem (1938)

26. Lauren Bacall, with Humphrey Bogart, in Dark Passage (1947) [Bogart sound bite from The Maltese Falcon, 1941]

27. Dickie Jones in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)

28. Juanita Moore in Imitation of Life (1959)

29. Another shot of Philip Seymour Hoffman in Magnolia

30. Ken Takakura in The Yakuza (1975)

31. The Blues Brothers (1980), featuring stunts performed by Gary McLarty

32. Papillon (1973), co-written by Lorenzo Semple Jr.

33. Ann Carter in The Curse of the Cat People (1944)

34. Martha Hyer in Some Came Running (1958)

35. Another shot from The Graduate, directed by Mike Nichols

36. Marc Platt in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954)

37. Superman II (1980), scored by Ken Thorne

38. Richard Attenborough in Jurassic Park (1993)

39. Mary Anderson in Lifeboat (1944)

40. Shirley Yamaguchi in House of Bamboo (1955)

41. Renée Asherson in The Way to the Stars (a.k.a. Johnny in the Clouds, 1945)

42. Fiddler on the Roof (1971), shot by Oswald Morris

43. Efrem Zimbalist Jr. in A Fever in the Blood (1961)

44. James Garner in Grand Prix (1966)

45. Another clip from The Godfather, shot by Gordon Wallis

46. James Shigeta, with Victoria Shaw, in The Crimson Kimono (1959)

47. Richard Kiel in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

48. Another shot from The English Patient, produced by Saul Zaentz

49. Audrey Long in Tall in the Saddle (1944)

50. Karlheinz Böhm in Peeping Tom (1960)

51. Robin Williams, with Josh Charles, Robert Sean Leonard and others, in Dead Poets Society (1989)

52. Rosemary Murphy in To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

53. Donatas Banionis in Solaris (1972)

54. A shot of sky and mountain range from It Came from Outer Space (1953)

55. Another shot from Curse of the Cat People

56. Russell Johnson in It Came from Outer Space

57. Martha Hyer, with Frank Sinatra, in Some Came Running

58. Polly Bergen in Cape Fear (1962)

59. Stefan Gierasch in Jeremiah Johnson (1972)

60. Marc Platt, with Dante DePaolo, in another shot from Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

61. Efrem Zimbalist Jr. (center), with Sandra Edwards and Parley Baer, in A Fever in the Blood

62. Richard Schaal in The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming

63. Shôji Yasui in The Burmese Harp (1956)

64. Two clips from Amadeus (1984), featuring make-up by Dick Smith

65. Another shot of Martha Hyer and Frank Sinatra in Some Came Running

66. Sid Caesar, with Edie Adams, in It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963)

67. Mickey Rooney in Boys Town (1938)

68. Harold Ramis in Ghostbusters (1984)

69. Geoffrey Holder in Live and Let Die (1973)

70. Another clip from Fiddler on the Roof, shot by Oswald Morris

71. Another shot of Shirley Yamaguchi in House of Bamboo

72. Another shot of Karlheinz Böhm in Peeping Tom

73. Robin Williams in Good Will Hunting (1997)

74. Robin Williams, with Julia Roberts, in Hook (1991)

75. A third shot of Karlheinz Böhm (with back to camera) in Peeping Tom

76. Ruby Dee in A Raisin in the Sun (1961)

77. A longer shot of James Garner in Grand Prix

78. Shirley Temple in Wee Willie Winkie (1937)

The piece was produced by Andrew Alonso, edited by Scott Lansing, and filmed at the Swan House at the Atlanta History Center.

Music: Kodaline – All I Want

Turner Classic Movies

Below are links to the tribute posts I wrote and compiled this year for Shirley Temple, Seymour Philip Hoffman and James Garner. I couldn’t bring myself to do one for Robin Williams- too many tears got in the way.

• Baby Has Taken Her Last Bow. The Life of Shirley Temple Black As Told Through 85 Photos.

• Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman Remembered Through His Films, Quotes and Photos.

• The Marvelously Manly James Garner. My Memories and Favorite Photos.