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Warner Bros. tributes Heath Ledger on 'The Dark Knight' Web sites

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We have learned that when you click on the main image at the official Web site for “The Dark Knight,” Warner Bros. has added the following new tribute to the fallen Heath Ledger.

Heath Ledger tribute

Also, we have learned that a black ribbon has been added on WhySoSerious.com for “The Dark Knight” as a tribute to Heath Ledger.

Heath Ledger tribute

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3 or 4 or...

So Suzanne Pleshette doesn’t count?

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Ah, yes.

Anonymous wrote:
So Suzanne Pleshette doesn’t count?

She was 70, and yes, that would be four in very recent memory. :-( Our discussion thread on Suzanne Pleshette can be found here.

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