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'Laugh-in' comedic actor Arte Johnson dies at 90

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Interesting. Very interesting. But sad.

Loved Laugh In when I was a teen, Arte Johnson as the dirty old man was my favorite even then, I remember the sketch when he sits down on the park bench and asks Gladys if she believes in the hereafter, after she says "of course" he says "then you know what I'm here after", classic! RIP Arte and thank you for all the laughs!

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What CrazyJoe said. Totally agree.

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CrazyJoeToday 11:06 am JSTInteresting. Very interesting. But sad.

Loved Laugh In when I was a teen, Arte Johnson as the dirty old man was my favorite even then, I remember the sketch when he sits down on the park bench and asks Gladys if she believes in the hereafter, after she says "of course" he says "then you know what I'm here after", classic! RIP Arte and thank you for all the laughs!

Jonathan Winters, Robin Williams, Tim Conway and this guy. The Grim Reaper has taken a lot of great musicians lately and now some great comedians too.

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Starpunk: Robin Williams was not funny, but the others you mention were great.

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Laugh-in was such a good show with lots of good comedians! RIP, Arte. You made many people laugh out loud.

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shonanbbJuly 4 01:15 pm JSTStarpunk: Robin Williams was not funny, but the others you mention were great.

Robin Williams' humor may have been an acquired taste for some but his comical acting (in the Jonathan Winters tradition) was stupendous. 'Mrs. Doubtfire' was better than I hoped it would be. He was good in other films too, even if the films themselves weren't.

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