In this April 5, 1962 file photo, TV personality Art Linkletter talks with 4-year-old Ronnie Glahn, on Linkletter's TV show in April 1962. Linkletter, who hosted the popular TV shows "People Are Funny" and "House Party" in the 1950s and 1960s, died Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 97. (David F. Smith/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Mid-Century Mod of Late TV Host Art Linkletter Lists in L.A. (PHOTOS)
Art Linkletter...abandoned at a few weeks old, raised by a pastor and his wife (the Linkletters), entertained millions on radio and TV interviewing kids (the Party House and Kids Say the Darndest Things), was married more than 74 years, lived to be almost 98 (his wife died the following year at 95), loved life and had a beautiful way with people! I love that man of joy!
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