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TV News: Memorable ‘Family Feud’ TV Host Richard Dawson Dies at 79

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LOS ANGELES – Richard Dawson, who had distinction in two areas of television – in his supporting role on the 1960s sitcom “Hogan’s Heroes” and as a game show host in the 1970s with his trademark of kissing contestants on “Family Feud” – died Saturday from complications due to cancer. He was 79.

Wii Round Up, Nov. 24, 2009: ‘We Cheer 2,’ ‘Family Feud,’ ‘Where’s Waldo’

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