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Diane Linkletter (1948–1969)

Diane Linkletter was born on October 31, 1948 in California, USA. She was an actress, known for The Linkletter Show (1952), Disneyland '59 (1959) and The Red Skelton Hour (1951). She died on October 4, 1969 in West Hollywood, California. See full bio »

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Known For

The Linkletter Show
The Linkletter Show Co-host (1969)
(1952)
Disneyland '59
Disneyland '59 Herself
(1959)
The Red Skelton Hour
The Red Skelton Hour Muggsy's Daughter
(1968)

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 1968 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Muggsy's Daughter
- Love Is an Itch You Can't Scratch (1968) ... Muggsy's Daughter
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 1959 Disneyland '59 (TV Movie documentary)
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 1952 The Linkletter Show (TV Series)
Co-host (1969)
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TV commercial for Circus Nuts with her father Art Linkletter (late 60s) See more »
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An investigation was conducted by the Los Angeles Coroner Office and it was determined that she died as a result of an "accidental" fall, not of any drug-taking. A friend, Edward Durston, was there at the time. He had visited her after she called him up a few hours earlier (3:00 a.m.) depressed and upset. All available evidence suggests that she was a despondent woman and that her death was a ... See more »

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