Unfortunately, not everyone was included in this year's Oscars "In Memoriam" segment.
When the Academy Awards honored actors and other Hollywood professionals who sadly passed away in the past year during the annual awards show on Sunday, Feb. 28, two stars were noticeably left out of the homage — Abe Vigoda and Geoffrey Lewis.
Abe — who died from natural causes at age 94 in late January 2016 — was best known for starring in 1972's The Godfather. Geoffrey similarly passed away from natural causes in April 2015 at age 79. The late actor, and father to actress Juliette Lewis, starred in several Western films and made frequent appearances in Clint Eastwood movies.
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After the "In Memoriam" segment aired, Juliette took to Twitter to express her disappointment over her father being excluded from the emotional video montage. "I know @TheAcademy didn't mean to overlook my dad, #GeoffreyLewis, in the ["In Memoriam" tribute]. [He] was beloved by so many," the actress tweeted.
I know @TheAcademy didn't mean to overlook my dad #GeoffreyLewis in the memorium. who was beloved by so many https://t.co/HKaEN9JscA— Juliette Lewis (@JulietteLewis) February 29, 2016
I know @TheAcademy didn't mean to overlook my dad #GeoffreyLewis in the memorium. who was beloved by so many https://t.co/HKaEN9JscA
"It was an obvious oversight not mentioning my father, #GeoffreyLewis, beloved by all. At the end of the day it's just a TV show," Juliette wrote in a subsequent tweet.
Late Rocky star Tony Burton (who died in February 2016), Joan Leslie (who passed away in October 2015 and Punky Brewster actor George Gaynes (who died in February 2016) were also sadly left out of the 2016 Oscars "In Memoriam" tribute.
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