As Oscars night draws to a close, we begin to reflect on the victories, surprises and snubs of the evening -- 'King's Speech' over 'Social Network,' and still no love for Christopher Nolan?

One segment that can always be counted on to court controversy is the Oscars In Memoriam segment, a sober look back at the stars we've loved and lost over the past year. At the 2010 awards, Oscar drew criticism for failing to feature Farah Fawcett in the retrospective, and it looks like the sin of omission struck again this year, when Corey Haim, Peter Graves and Betty Garrett failed to make the cut on the telecast.

Corey Haim died of an accidental drug overdose on March 10, 2010, at age 38. A teen heartthrob in the 1980s, Haim was best known for films such as 'Lucas,' 'License to Drive' and the cult horror classic 'The Lost Boys.'

His name was also omitted from the SAG Awards' In Memoriam section last month, prompting his friend and co-star, Corey Feldman, to comment in a statement: "We have become used to not being honored by our peers in the industry ... I have faith that the Academy will make a wiser choice." His faith was evidently misplaced.