Watched the Oscars' In Memorium last night- Must say, I felt Maureen O'Hara was slighted. Typically, the last person in those in memorium things gets a few extra seconds and has a special clip 'cause they are the most prominent or "important" (or at least had the biggest classic movie impact)- my family was SURE that the last one this year would be her- but instead that spot was taken by Leonard Nimoy. Now I LOVE Leonard Nimoy and was shattered when he died- but movie wise? I feel she was WAY more effective in terms of the Oscars. She was included- but with a mere second in the middle.
I'm probably not the best judge of this- but I still wish she had been last (or at least given a few more seconds).