We loved Nora Ephron, Ernest Borgnine and Charles Durning as much as the next guy, but we’re still a little sad to learn that the friends and colleagues of the film industry’s late, great publicists have to struggle to get their names mentioned during Oscar night’s obituary segment. People like Lois Smith worked behind the scenes to shape the careers of some of the biggest names in the business! It’s not like they were boom operators or best boys, right? (We kid, we kid.)
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