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26% 30 votes
74% 86 votes
116 people voted
2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit... 53 votes

2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit song “Do You Want To Dance,” dies at 76.
45%
2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit song “Do You Want To Dance,” dies at 76.
2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered... 55 votes

2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96.
47%
2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96.
2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years,... 69 votes

2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79.
59%
2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79.
2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's... 42 votes

2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76.
36%
2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76.
2003: Nell Carter, U.S. singer and actress who won a Tony Award... 44 votes

2003: Nell Carter, U.S. singer and actress who won a Tony Award for her role in Ain't Misbehavin' and starred on the TV sitcom Gimme a Break!, dies of heart disease at 54.
37%
2003: Nell Carter, U.S. singer and actress who won a Tony Award for her role in Ain't Misbehavin' and starred on the TV sitcom Gimme a Break!, dies of heart disease at 54.
1997: Richard Berry, U.S. singer-songwriter who wrote and recorded... 33 votes

1997: Richard Berry, U.S. singer-songwriter who wrote and recorded the classic song "Louie Louie," which is the most recorded rock song of all time, dies at 61.
28%
1997: Richard Berry, U.S. singer-songwriter who wrote and recorded the classic song "Louie Louie," which is the most recorded rock song of all time, dies at 61.
1992: Freddie Bartholomew, U.S. actor who was one of the most... 13 votes

1992: Freddie Bartholomew, U.S. actor who was one of the most popular child actors in the 1930s, dies at 67.
11%
1992: Freddie Bartholomew, U.S. actor who was one of the most popular child actors in the 1930s, dies at 67.
1989: Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist widely known for his... 48 votes

1989: Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist widely known for his surrealist paintings, dies at 84.
41%
1989: Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist widely known for his surrealist paintings, dies at 84.
1978: Vic Ames, U.S. singer and member of the Ames Brothers who... 13 votes

1978: Vic Ames, U.S. singer and member of the Ames Brothers who are in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, dies at 52.
11%
1978: Vic Ames, U.S. singer and member of the Ames Brothers who are in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, dies at 52.
1978: Jack Oakie, U.S. actor who had a long career in film and... 11 votes

1978: Jack Oakie, U.S. actor who had a long career in film and television, dies at 74.
9%
1978: Jack Oakie, U.S. actor who had a long career in film and television, dies at 74.
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pjaysmitty

pjaysmitty

  Voted 2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit song “Do You Want To Dance,” dies at 76., 2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96., 2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79., 2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76., 1978: Vic Ames, U.S. singer and member of the Ames Brothers who are in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, dies at 52.
beaniecat

beaniecat

  Voted 2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit song “Do You Want To Dance,” dies at 76., 2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96., 2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79., 2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76., 2003: Nell Carter, U.S. singer and actress who won a Tony Award for her role in Ain't Misbehavin' and starred on the TV sitcom Gimme a Break!, dies of heart disease at 54., 1997: Richard Berry, U.S. singer-songwriter who wrote and recorded the classic song "Louie Louie," which is the most recorded rock song of all time, dies at 61., 1992: Freddie Bartholomew, U.S. actor who was one of the most popular child actors in the 1930s, dies at 67., 1989: Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist widely known for his surrealist paintings, dies at 84.
pr41799

pr41799

  Voted 2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit song “Do You Want To Dance,” dies at 76., 2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96., 2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79., 2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76., 2003: Nell Carter, U.S. singer and actress who won a Tony Award for her role in Ain't Misbehavin' and starred on the TV sitcom Gimme a Break!, dies of heart disease at 54., 1997: Richard Berry, U.S. singer-songwriter who wrote and recorded the classic song "Louie Louie," which is the most recorded rock song of all time, dies at 61., 1989: Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist widely known for his surrealist paintings, dies at 84.
StrangerThanFiction

StrangerThanFiction

  Voted 2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit song “Do You Want To Dance,” dies at 76., 2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96., 2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79., 2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76., 2003: Nell Carter, U.S. singer and actress who won a Tony Award for her role in Ain't Misbehavin' and starred on the TV sitcom Gimme a Break!, dies of heart disease at 54., 1997: Richard Berry, U.S. singer-songwriter who wrote and recorded the classic song "Louie Louie," which is the most recorded rock song of all time, dies at 61., 1992: Freddie Bartholomew, U.S. actor who was one of the most popular child actors in the 1930s, dies at 67., 1989: Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist widely known for his surrealist paintings, dies at 84., 1978: Vic Ames, U.S. singer and member of the Ames Brothers who are in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, dies at 52.
rschwarz101

rschwarz101

  Voted 2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96.
maltascott1

maltascott1

  Voted 2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit song “Do You Want To Dance,” dies at 76., 2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96., 2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79., 2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76., 2003: Nell Carter, U.S. singer and actress who won a Tony Award for her role in Ain't Misbehavin' and starred on the TV sitcom Gimme a Break!, dies of heart disease at 54., 1997: Richard Berry, U.S. singer-songwriter who wrote and recorded the classic song "Louie Louie," which is the most recorded rock song of all time, dies at 61., 1992: Freddie Bartholomew, U.S. actor who was one of the most popular child actors in the 1930s, dies at 67., 1989: Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist widely known for his surrealist paintings, dies at 84., 1978: Vic Ames, U.S. singer and member of the Ames Brothers who are in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, dies at 52., 1978: Jack Oakie, U.S. actor who had a long career in film and television, dies at 74.
Makmomma

Makmomma

  Voted 2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit song “Do You Want To Dance,” dies at 76., 2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96., 2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79., 2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76., 2003: Nell Carter, U.S. singer and actress who won a Tony Award for her role in Ain't Misbehavin' and starred on the TV sitcom Gimme a Break!, dies of heart disease at 54.
dinothunder

dinothunder

  Voted 2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit song “Do You Want To Dance,” dies at 76., 2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79., 2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76., 1997: Richard Berry, U.S. singer-songwriter who wrote and recorded the classic song "Louie Louie," which is the most recorded rock song of all time, dies at 61., 1989: Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist widely known for his surrealist paintings, dies at 84.
jljmugs

jljmugs

  Voted 2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96., 2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79., 2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76., 2003: Nell Carter, U.S. singer and actress who won a Tony Award for her role in Ain't Misbehavin' and starred on the TV sitcom Gimme a Break!, dies of heart disease at 54., 1992: Freddie Bartholomew, U.S. actor who was one of the most popular child actors in the 1930s, dies at 67., 1989: Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist widely known for his surrealist paintings, dies at 84.
riviera911477

riviera911477

  Voted 2017: Bobby Freeman, the singer who was known best for his hit song “Do You Want To Dance,” dies at 76., 2011: Jack LaLanne, U.S. fitness and nutritional expert considered the Godfather of Fitness, dies at 96., 2005: Johnny Carson, U.S. host of The Tonight Show for 30 years, dies at 79., 2004: Bob Keeshan, U.S. actor who hosted the iconic children's television show Captain Kangaroo, which ran for 30 years, dies at 76., 2003: Nell Carter, U.S. singer and actress who won a Tony Award for her role in Ain't Misbehavin' and starred on the TV sitcom Gimme a Break!, dies of heart disease at 54., 1989: Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist widely known for his surrealist paintings, dies at 84.

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