Monday, March 27, 2006 - Linkletter remains a kidder at heart

Dick Kreck's column from this morning: Nonagenarians say the darnedest things! : "Art Linkletter? Dead, isn't he? Nope, the man who began his radio career in 1933 and made interviewing children a TV sensation in the 1950s and '60s, is very much alive, and lively.

Linkletter, who turns 94 on July 17, won three Emmys, wrote two best sellers, 'Kids Say the Darndest Things' and 'Old Age Is Not for Sissies,' and now spends his days giving talks on cruise ships like the new Queen Mary 2, which is where Denver talk-show host Pierre Wolfe caught up with him for his Internet radio show, 'America's Dining and Travel Guide.'"

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