Remembering Richard Attenborough

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Richard Attenborough with Queen Elizabeth in this file photo. Acclaimed actor and Oscar-winning director Richard Attenborough, whose film career on both sides of the camera spanned 60 years, died on Sunday. He was 90. (AP)

Richard Attenborough with Queen Elizabeth in this file photo. Acclaimed actor and Oscar-winning director Richard Attenborough, whose film career on both sides of the camera spanned 60 years, died on Sunday. He was 90. (AP)

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Britain's then Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and director Richard Attenborough assist South Africa's former President Nelson Mandela (C) to the podium, during the unveiling ceremony of a statue in Mandela's honour in London's Parliament Square in this 2007 photo. (AP)

Britain's then Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and director Richard Attenborough assist South Africa's former President Nelson Mandela (C) to the podium, during the unveiling ceremony of a statue in Mandela's honour in London's Parliament Square in this 2007 photo. (AP)

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British actor and director Richard Attenborough holds his two Oscars for his epic movie Gandhi at the 55th annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles. (AP)

British actor and director Richard Attenborough holds his two Oscars for his epic movie Gandhi at the 55th annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles. (AP)

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Richard Attenborough, centre, who portrays mass murderer John Reginald Christie in the lead role of 10 Rillington Place stands alongside John Hurt, right, and Judy Geeson in London, England in this 1970 file photo. (AP)

Richard Attenborough, centre, who portrays mass murderer John Reginald Christie in the lead role of 10 Rillington Place stands alongside John Hurt, right, and Judy Geeson in London, England in this 1970 file photo. (AP)

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