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June 16, 2006
I grew up in Columbus in the 50's and 60's. My late father, Dick Anderson, and I loved watching Flippo just before supper. My dad was always impressed with Flippo's wit, his laugh, and that perfect comic timing. His genuine love of people and his humility never failed to guide his entertainment. He was able to entertain adults and children at the same time. We especially loved the music he brought us at the beginning of The Early Show (one piece he played often was "Lisbon Antigua," my dad's favorite. I met him once at Columbus Gymnastics Academy when there with my small son, Chris. I heard that unmistakable voice before I saw him and it brought back so many memories. He said, "Gee, what did I say? How did you know it was me?" I said, "How could anyone not know that voice? We appreciate you so much!" We all loved him and feel like a part of his family. Our heartfelt condolences to his children at this time.
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Rob Amish (Rolls), Marvin W. Fishman, and his happy buddy  FC Bob Marvin and Producer Frank Cromer at the opening of the FLIPPO exhibit at the Ohio Historical Society 12/5/05
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