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>  Dick Cavett Show - The first on-stage death (from natural causes)
> occurred on June 8, 1971 during an interview segments of the talk show
> program THE DICK CAVETT SHOW after featured guest, nutrition expert J.I.
> Rodale, 73, informed everyone "I'm so healthy that I expect to live on
> and on." As Dick Cavett welcomed his next guest, Pete Hamill, he heard a
> "sound like snoring" coming from Rodale still on stage. Upon inspection
> he discovered Rodale dead of an apparent heart attack. The taped program
> never aired, however, the following night Dick Cavett did inform his
> audience of the tragic occurrence.

> From http://www.tvacres.com/death_miscellaneous.htm
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> JMK
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> On Tuesday, June 11, 2002, at 08:54  PM, Carlos A. Albuerne wrote:
>
>> Skip King wrote:
>>
>>> That is a VERY sweet story.  And BTW, I think Cavett was
>>> the best ever show  (I mean, did Snyder, Carson, Leno or
>>> Letterman ever have anyone actually die on their show?),
>>> but Snyder was pretty good.
>>
>> Denis' story was great but I've got to know, who passed
>> to the other side during a Snyder interview?  I saw a lot
>> of them, when I was able to stay awake that late.
>>
>> Carlos Albuerne
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> first on-stage death (from natural causes) occurred on June 8, 1971
> during an interview segments of the talk show program THE DICK CAVETT
> SHOW after featured guest, nutrition expert J.I. Rodale, 73, informed
> everyone "I'm so healthy that I expect to live on and on." As Dick
> Cavett welcomed his next guest, Pete Hamill, he heard a "sound like
> snoring" coming from Rodale still on stage. Upon inspection he
> discovered Rodale dead of an apparent heart attack. The taped program
> never aired, however, the following night Dick Cavett did inform his
> audience of the tragic occurrence. =A0=20
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> On Tuesday, June 11, 2002, at 08:54  PM, Carlos A. Albuerne wrote:
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> <excerpt>Skip King wrote:
>
>
> <excerpt>That is a VERY sweet story.  And BTW, I think Cavett was
>
> the best ever show  (I mean, did Snyder, Carson, Leno or
>
> Letterman ever have anyone actually die on their show?),
>
> but Snyder was pretty good.
>
> </excerpt>
>
> Denis' story was great but I've got to know, who passed
>
> to the other side during a Snyder interview?  I saw a lot
>
> of them, when I was able to stay awake that late.
>
>
> Carlos Albuerne
>
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