"I'd like to be remembered as somebody who entertained," the late, great Angela Lansbury once said, "who took one out of oneself for a few minutes, or a few hours, and transported you, gave you relief, gave you entertainment, and gave you joy and laughter and tears... I would like to be remembered as somebody who was capable of doing that."
During Sunday's 95th Oscars, the Academy paid tribute to three-time Oscar nominee Lansbury and more artists and filmmakers who made an indelible impact on the world of cinema, including Ray Liotta, Olivia Newton-John, Raquel Welch, composer Burt Bacharach, directors Wolfgang Petersen, Bob Rafelson and Jean-Luc Godard, and producer and past Academy President Walter Mirisch.
Following an introduction by Oscar nominee John Travolta, Grammy-winning musician Lenny Kravitz took the stage at the Dolby® Theatre at Ovation Hollywood to deliver this year's "In Memoriam" performance, a stirring rendition of "Calling All Angels." Watch the segment below.
Take a moment to look back to remember all those we lost over the past year in A.frame's memorial gallery.