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 Post subject: The Inimitable Rhinestone Cowboy:
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One of Arkansas' most notable native sons, Glen Campbell, hopefully Rests In Peace.


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RIP Glen Campbell

I got acquainted with him in 1966 and 1967, when I was part of a group of CBS engineers colorizing Television City, in Hollywood. During those years there were four audience studios in TV City, each with its own star(s):

1) Glen Campbell - passed 2017
2) Red Skelton - passed 1997
3) Danny Kaye - passed 1987
4) Tom & Dick Smothers


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Great losses, all.

Glenn paid a lot of dues in his early days, and went on to great success.

Glad to see Tommy and Dicky still alive and kicking at ages 80 and 77, respectively.


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