WSVN — 2014 was the year we said goodbye to entertainment legends. In tonight’s “7’s Top 7,” Craig Stevens looks back at the celebrities we lost.

Robin Williams (as Adrian Cronauer): “Goooood morning, Vietnam!!”

He made us all laugh.

Robin Williams (as Mork): “Run for your life! The emotions are coming!”

Robin Williams’ comedy was machine-gun fast and funny.

Robin Williams (as Mork): “Remember me? Mork from Ork.”

But his talent came with a dark side. On August 11th, the man who entertained millions was alone when he took his life at his San Francisco home.

Official: “It is a suicide due to asphyxia, due to hanging, with a belt secured around his neck.”

He was 63 years old.

From the king of comedy, to the queen.

Joan Rivers: “Can we talk?”

Joan Rivers dished the dirt and let the barbs fly.

Joan Rivers: “I went to buy sexy underwear, and they automatically gift-wrapped it.”

Her 50-year career included her own talk and reality TV shows. Rivers died at 81 after a simple throat procedure caused her to go into cardiac arrest.

Philip Seymour Hoffman appeared in more than 50 films, including his Oscar-winning performance in “Capote” in 2006. But the actor struggled with drug addiction and died of an overdose in New York last February.

2014 was also the year we lost Hollywood legends, including the most famous child star of all time…

Shirley Temple (singing): “On the good ship, Lollipop.”

Shirley Temple sang and danced her way into the hearts of Americans during the Great Depression.

Shirley Temple: “We should be together.”

We watched her grow up on the silver screen. Later in life, she was a U.S. delegate to the United Nations and an ambassador. She was 85 years old.

Mickey Rooney’s career began at the tender age of two in his parents’ vaudeville show. In the 1930s and 40s, Rooney was a top box office draw. Rooney made movies up until his death at 93.

Actress Lauren Bacall was only 19 when she made her first film.

Lauren Bacall (as Marie “Slim” Browning): “You know how to whistle, don’t ya, Steve? You just put your lips together and blow.”

Her marriage to Humphrey Bogart was one of Hollywood’s legendary romances. She was 89.

Audiences loved James Garner in the 50s TV western “Maverick” and later in “The Rockford Files.” He died at the age of 86 at his California home.

Ruby Dee was best known for her roles in “A Raisin in the Sun,” “Do the Right Thing” and “American Gangster.”

Ruby Dee: “Who are you thinking of marrying, Mr. Robinson?”

She took part in the civil rights movement with Martin Luther King Jr.

Oscar de la Renta created red-carpet looks for Hollywood’s biggest stars for more than five decades.

Reporter: “You are stunning in your Oscar de la Renta dress.”

He also designed for every first lady since Jacqueline Kennedy.

Maya Angelou: “You may write me down in history.”

And Maya Angelou was an actress, historian, activist, producer and best-selling author, a respected poet who read from her work at President Bill Clinton’s inauguration in 1993.

Maya Angelou :”I am that tree planted by the river that will not be moved.”

Sunday on 7’s top 7, a look back at the biggest local and state stories in 2014. In the Plex, Craig Stevens, 7News.

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