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March 25, 2013
to Art Carney,
You were a very talented actor. you did a great job playing Norton in the sitcom the Honeymooners. You also great playing the character of Al in the movie Going in Style. You made me laugh. My prayers are with you Mr. Carney. Lisa Weiner
May 19, 2012
Your laughter will live on forever!
May 18, 2012
April 9, 2006
I became a fan of Art Carney after watching a marathon of the Honeymooners on TV Land soon after his death. He was so funny! He could hold his own with Jackie Gleason which is a pretty impressive thing to do. He absolutely deserved all the Emmys that he won for his work as Ed Norton. Art was also a very versatile performer. He could do drama as well as anybody else. He and Jackie Gleason were the best at what they did. There has never been another couple quite like them. I can still hear him saying "Hi Ralphie boy." There will never be another Art Carney and no one could every play Ed Norton like Art did.
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