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2016 Memorial Videos/Programming with Osbourne ill?

2016 memorial videos tributes programming

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Posted 11 March 2016 - 03:05 PM

I haven't seen one yet for George Kennedy.


A good place to check for updates is the TCM media room:



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Posted 11 March 2016 - 01:57 PM

Now that 31 Days of Oscar is over, I am wondering about the memorial tribute videos or programming plans.


I know that because Robert Osbourne has been ill and there has been scheduling conflicts that everything is being done in a different way this year, but I am wondering:



Is there a memorial tribute video for George Kennedy or anyone else up yet?  I don't see any reference to the topic on the main TCM page.


I don't go to youtube unless I have an actual link as I can get distracted by cat videos.


Any word?


I know TopBilled, Barton, and Jakeem seem to know about these topics before others do.

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