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Ron Palillo ("Horshack" Welcome Back Kotter) August 14, 2012 - PHOTOS: Famous Folks We've Lost in 2012 | wltx.com

Ron Palillo ("Horshack" Welcome Back Kotter) August 14, 2012 - PHOTOS: Famous Folks We've Lost in 2012 | wltx.com

This add is a good example of card stacking. This ad shows how "great" smoking is and how it has a fresh taste but leaves out valuable information such as the harmful side effects.

This add is a good example of card stacking. This ad shows how "great" smoking is and how it has a fresh taste but leaves out valuable information such as the harmful side effects.

You're right, I am a coward! I haven't any courage at all. I even scare myself.   [sobs]

You're right, I am a coward! I haven't any courage at all. I even scare myself. [sobs]

Dan Blocker was six foot four and over three hundred pounds when chosen to play the gentle middle son Eric, also known as Hoss. The nickname was used as a nod to the character's ample girth, an endearing term for "big and friendly", used by his Swedish mother (& uncle, Gunnar), or a rib to his humiliating, failed attempt to break a horse ("Ponderosa", episode No. 1, PAX TV 2001). In the Bonanza flashback (Bonanza, "Journey Remembered"; episode No. 142, NBC-TV, 1964).

Dan Blocker was six foot four and over three hundred pounds when chosen to play the gentle middle son Eric, also known as Hoss. The nickname was used as a nod to the character's ample girth, an endearing term for "big and friendly", used by his Swedish mother (& uncle, Gunnar), or a rib to his humiliating, failed attempt to break a horse ("Ponderosa", episode No. 1, PAX TV 2001). In the Bonanza flashback (Bonanza, "Journey Remembered"; episode No. 142, NBC-TV, 1964).

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