John Wayne, Rob Reiner And Dick Van Dyke Show discussed on KOGO's Evening News

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Van Dyke show. Carl Reiner, best known for his work on The Dick Van Dyke Show, died at the age of 98 Beverly Hills due to natural causes, many celebrities took to Twitter to share their condolences. His son director Rob Reiner, posted as I write this, My heart is hurting. He was my guiding light at Asner Road. There will forever only be one of them. May his memory be forever blessed. He leaves us with so much laughter. Alan Alda posted the loss of his kindness and decency leaves a hole in our hearts and Steve Martin wrote goodbye to my greatest mentor in movies and in life. That's Michelle Pelino reporting, John Wayne's family is sticking up for the Lady icon and then a pitch to change the airport named after him in Santa Ana teams, reports, Wayne's son issued a statement saying it would be a shame if Wayne was judged off one interview where he said he believed in white supremacy instead of his whole character. He says his father realized his feelings were wrongly conveyed in the interview. He believes Wayne would be on the forefront of demanding change if he were alive today. John Jeffries, NBC NEWS radio Ah, much different Fourth of July this year due to the Cove it pandemic.

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