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==TV Deaths==
 
==TV Deaths==
* '''''[[The Simpsons (1989 series)|The Simpsons:]]'''[[The Simpsons (1989 series)| '''Treehouse of Horror X ''']]''[[The Simpsons (1989 series)|<nowiki/>'''(1999)''']] [''Dick Clark'']: Providing the voice of himself in "Life's a Glitch, Then You Die", (after the Y2K failure) he melts revealing he's a robot in Springfield (instead of Times Square), and the robot crumbles in seconds. (an inside joke on Dick Clark's long lasting youthful appearance (until after 2004 stroke)) (Played for comic effect, obviously)
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* '''''[[The Simpsons (1989 series)|The Simpsons:]]'''[[The Simpsons (1989 series)| '''Treehouse of Horror X ''']]''[[The Simpsons (1989 series)|<nowiki/>'''(1999)''']] [''Dick Clark'']: Providing the voice of himself in "Life's a Glitch, Then You Die", his skin melts off in the aftermath of Y2K, revealing he's a robot; the robot crumbles to pieces soon after. (an inside joke on Dick Clark's long lasting youthful appearance - until after 2004 stroke) (Played for comic effect, obviously)
   
 
==Noteworthy Connections==
 
==Noteworthy Connections==
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Revision as of 02:18, July 9, 2018

Dick Clark (1929 - 2012)

TV Host

Film Deaths

TV Deaths

  • The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror X (1999) [Dick Clark]: Providing the voice of himself in "Life's a Glitch, Then You Die", his skin melts off in the aftermath of Y2K, revealing he's a robot; the robot crumbles to pieces soon after. (an inside joke on Dick Clark's long lasting youthful appearance - until after 2004 stroke) (Played for comic effect, obviously)

Noteworthy Connections

  • Father of Duane Clark (director) and Cindy Clark (producer).
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