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Obituary Explosion about “Art Linkletter”-YourFuneralGuy

28 May

There has been an obituary explosion the “Art Linkletter Death. As soon as the News was put about Art Linkletter’s passing , there was an explosion of News reports and obituaries around the world.

Americans and the world desire more innocence. Terrorist attacks, wars, economic meltdowns, and a President stirring up strife on Immigration make a  memory of a time of innocence with “Kids say the Darndest things” big news.

There is yet to be public information about the Art Linkletter Funeral.

Obituary pages love nothing more than mourning that favorite American archetype: the “example of a more innocent time” in our history. That’s how Time’s James Poniewozik remembers Art Linkletter. “A television pioneer who made millions of people laugh by getting kids to say the darndest things,” according to the New York Daily News, Linkletter turned his mid-century stint as what the Associated Press calls “a genial but gently mischievous television personality” into a fortune thanks to investments in hula hoops, oil wells, and a charm school, among other things. In his late years, he was best known as a motivational speaker who encouraged seniors to embrace life.


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Baby Boomer Icon Dies TV’s Art Linkletter| No Funeral Plans public|Your Funeral Guy

26 May
The baby boomer icon “ART LINKLETTER” has died. He was known for interviewing Ordinary Folks and Children for the daytime TV Show “House Party”
For  many Boomers Linkletter was  their source of humor. There has been none like him since his show “House Party” went off the air in 197o.
There are no funeral plans or arrangements made at this time. In all likelihood his funeral will be private. The memorials  and obituaries, and memorial service  will be great!

Art Linkletter, 97, an Emmy Award-winning television personality best known for his candid, chuckle-inducing interviews with kids who said “the darndest things” live on air, has died.

On his CBS daytime variety program, “House Party,” which aired from 1952 to 1970, Mr. Linkletter asked children simple questions.

“What do your parents do for fun?” Mr. Linkletter asked one boy.

“I don’t know,” the boy replied. “They always lock the door.”


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Art Linkletter, Comedian and TV Show Host GONE AT 97