We lost some beloved celebs in 2001. We take a remorseful look back:
Jack Lemmon (76), one half of the Grumpy Old Men--oh, and he won two Oscars during his 50-year acting career.
George Harrison (58), the "quiet Beatle," a deeply spiritual man who devoutly supported the Hindu religion.
Aaliyah (22), an up-and-coming singer who died in a tragic plane crash in the Bahamas in August.
Anthony Quinn (86), who, like Lemmon, also won two Academy Awards--best known for the film Zorba the Greek.
Carroll O'Connor (76), TV's Archie Bunker and--in his later years--a champion of the anti-drug movement.
Perry Como (88), the smooth-voiced singer who spent 50 years entertaining the world.
Dale Evans (88), Roy Rogers' wife and sidekick in over 25 westerns.
Ray Walston (86), Emmy-winning star of the TV series My Favorite Martian.
William Hanna (90), who (along with Joseph Barbera) co-created The Flintstones and countless other animated TV classics.
Troy Donahue (65), the silver-screen hunk who made teens swoon in such films as A Summer Place.
John Lee Hooker (83), a major influence on the music scene, whose bluesy riffs made Mississippi music a staple in American culture.