Every year, the Academy Awards includes an "In Memoriam" segment as a tribute to industry professionals who passed away over the course of the previous year. It has evolved into one of the more memorable and touching moments of the telecast. But as with every other part of the show, it is not without controversy owing to a number of worthy names being regularly omitted. Although the Academy regularly points to time constraint, and not negligence, as the culprit, it's difficult to imagine how the inclusion of some extra photographs or clips would've resulted in interminably long run time. The fact that these individuals were not memorialized by the Academy is all the more vexing when you're faced with even a partial list of those who did not make the cut over the past few years.