I saw Rowan and Martin while they were starring at the Sahara Hotel and Casino in the early 1970's. In person they were even funnier and more outrageous than they were on Laugh In. No blue material, only funny, goofy humor that had the whole audience laughing from beginning to end. Sorry to see you go. You left me with a lot of laughs and a name from one of your skits that I use when I try to hide my on-line identity-Farquhar P. Parkenfarker.
Say Goodnight, Dick. Rest In Peace, Kind Sir. See You On The Other Side Some Beautiful Day.
To Dick Martin,
You were great the Lucy show, Bob Newhart and Laugh-in. You really cracked me up. My prayers are with your family. Thanks for the memories of laughter. Lisa Weiner
Dear Dick, though this is a bit late I wanted to tell you that from my childhood to middle age you always could brighten my darkest and most painful days. Though you are no longer with us, your wit, humor, class and wisdom still remains for us all of us to enjoy and share. I Just watched a 3 and 1/2 hour interview with you and let me say you have made the world a more joyous place for us all to live in. Thank you Sir for all of this and more and God Bless your Family.
For Dick...your talent will
be remembered through the ages.
WEEP NOT FOR ME
Do not weep for me when I no longer dwell among the wonders of the earth; for my larger self is free, and my soul rejoices on the other side of pain...on the other side of darkness.
Do not weep for me, for I am a ray of sunshine that touches your skin, a tropical breeze upon your face, the hush of joy within your heart and the innocence of babes in mothers arms.
I am the hope in a darkened night. And, in your hour of need, I will be there to comfort you. I will share your tears, your joys, your fears, your disappointments and your triumphs.
Do not weep for me, for I am cradled
in the arms of God. I walk with the angels, and hear the music beyond the stars.
Do not weep for me, for I am within you;
I am peace, love, I am a soft wind that caresses the flowers. I am the calm that follows a raging storm. I am an autumns leaf that floats among the garden of God, and I am pure white snow that softly falls upon your hand.
Do not weep for me, for I shall never die, as long as you remember me...
with a smile and a sigh.
© Joe Fazio
email@example.com /Joe Fazio,
Beverly Hills, California
To Dick Martin,
Watching you on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in was just great. You made me laugh. I will miss watching on t.v. God Bless. Lisa Weiner.
It is sadness to know that Dick Martin had passed away.
He must have been laughing, all the way to Heaven above!
thanks for the memories and your views on the absurdities of life that I carry on myself thanks to your influence...thank you for opening my eyes and seeing the lighter side of hardship and world turmoil...thank you for having shared your life with me over all of these years..we grew old together and we were young together but most importantly--we laughed together
MAY GOD BLESS THE MARTIN FAMILY IN YOUR TIME OF SORROW.
MR. DICK MARTIN--CRAZY GUY! OFF THE WALL! TALENTED COMEDIAN.
ROWAN AND MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN WAS THE CUTTING EDGE OF COMEDY IN THE 1960'S--EVERYBODY ON THE SHOW HAD THEIR OWN CRAZY CHARACTER, I.E. HENRY GIBSON--THE SIMPLE DORKY POET, JO ANNE WORLEY SHOUTING OUT "BO-RING!", LILLY TOMLIN, THE WACKY TELEPHONE OPERATOR SAYING "ONE RINGY DINGY" TWO RING DINGY" THEN SNORTING LIKE A PIG--CRAZY! ARTE JOHNSON AS THE OLD BUM ON THE PARK BENCH THAT WAS ALWAYS FLIRTING WITH RUTH BUZZI, WHO ALWAYS BEAT HIM WITH HER PURSE, AND THEN HE WOULD FALL OVER! THAT ONE WAS THE FUNNIEST! AND GOLDIE HAWN AS THE SOCK-IT-TO-ME GIRL.
DICK AND DAN WERE THE PERFECT HOSTS TO ALL THAT MADNESS!!
AND FINALLY--DICK'S "FLYING FICKLE FINGER OF FATE!"
LOVED IT!!........THANKS FOR THE LAUGHTER AND MEMORIES!..............
To the Martin Family thank you for lending Dick to all of us when laughter was the best thing we had back than. May you know the world is just a little bit better because of DICK MARTIN. May he rest in peace and laugh right up to the gates of heven.
My heart goes out to the Martin family.Laugh-in was a very funny show.Thank you for the laughter you brought us all.
I laughed so hard when I first saw Rowan and Martin do their Shakespeare in a Night Club routine.I later saw them do an,'uncensored,'version of it on the stage in 1969.I saw Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In regularly for the first few years anyway-and even during the last few years I would occasionally tune in.I am glad that he found a new career in his later years as a director for Family Ties and many other shows.Now he and Dan Rowan are together in that big Laugh-In in the sky!
ROWAN:You need excercise.The first thing in the morning before I read my mail I run five miles!
MARTIN:You should move your mailbox closer to the house!
ROWAN:I mean,real excercise.Have you ever picked up a dumbbell?
MARTIN:Last night I did!
Forever... and ever, Goodnight Dick
"Good Night Dick"! May you rest in blissful peace.
TO ALL THE MARTIN FAMILY: OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHIES ARE WITH YOU AT THIS TIME. HE WILL SURELY BE MISSED BY ALL WHO ENJOYED HIS UNIQUE SENSE OF HUMOR. GOD BE WITH YOU & COMFORT YOU IN YOUR TIME OF GRIEF. 'YOU BET YOUR SWEET BIPPIE' HE'LL BE WAITING FOR YOU WHEN YOUR TIME COMES TO MEET HIM IN HEAVEN.
Gee! I am truely sorry for the loss of this funny and wonderful guy..Just wish I could here his partner say,"Say good night Dick" and he'd say it! The world has lost another great entertainer and friend..
to the family and friends of dick martin. thank you for the years of entertainment and laughs.
God be with you.
I was very saddend to hear of the lose of Mr. Martin .The laugh in show was the best and no one will ever come close to the talant on that show. We will miss you , Say GOOD NIGHT DICK! We LOVE you.
I enjoyed Laugh In when I was a teenager. Our loss is heaven's gain. To Dick Martin's family: I pray that you will remember the good times you had together and keep his memory alive.
I was 11 years old when Laugh In came on the air. Even then I knew they were different,...thanks for the laughs Mr. Martin
My sincerest condolences to his family.
Our world is smaller, somehow, without laughter, and he did his best and beyond to give us the pure, unadulterated joy of laughter.
I watched the show and laughed when I needed it the most in my life.
Thanks, Dick, for helping the 'little guy' endure life.
You started me laughing as a young child and I haven't stopped since. Thank you and God Bless.
Thanks for everything, will miss you
Sock it to them Dick. Rest in peace.
He made me laugh . He will be missed
THANK YOU FOR MAKING US ALL LAUGH. KEEP DOING IT IN HEAVEN TOO. GOD BLESS
have a lot of laugh's in heaven, dick
What a fantastic talent, and a great comedian. "Laugh-In" never lacked laughter, especially with Rowan and Martin at the helm. I always enjoyed Dick Martin in the many other shows that he appeared as a guest star, or on many of the situation comedies that he appeared in. Heaven is now a much brighter place since Dick Martin arrived there. Rest in Peace, Dick.
A true TV legend who brought joy to millions of people. My sympathies to his family and friends.
Thanks for all the great memories. I loved Laugh In. It was a great show, made us laugh when we needed it most.. I guess it's really time to "say good night Dick"
Dick, you were a marvelous performer and an outstanding comedian. You made the viewing of "Laugh-In" something to look forward to, and so did your partner, Dan Rowan. I hope you're both enjoying your reunion in heaven, where I'm certain you're making brand-new, wonderful shows!
In Memory of Dick Martin:
Wow, you certainly brought us alot of laughs during your time on Rowan and Martin's Laughin..... Thanks for the memories.....I used to have one of your albums that I played so much that I memorized the lines. Now you can spend some time with Dan Rowan again. May you rest in peace.
SOCK IT TO ME!! WHAT A GREAT
SHOW...LAUGH IN LOOKS AT THE NEWS TODAY AND ITS SAD TO KNOW
DICK HAS PASSED. THANKS FOR THE LAUGHS & MAY YOU MAKE THE
ANGELS SMILE AS YOU DID US!
Thank you for all the laughs and wonderful memories you leave us. My sincerest condolences to the Martin Family. Heaven will be one smile brighter, and full of endless laughter.
Thank You Dick, for the good old fashion entertainment that you gave to me growing up ( in the 70's). To the Martin family my deepest smypathy to all of you. What a wonderful gift that Dick gave to us. Laughter the best medicine of all.
Laugh-In gave us something to laugh about when all around us wasn't funny. Thank you for the wonderful gift of laughter. I am sad to hear that Dick Martin has died, may his family find peace and happiness remembering all of the wonderful happy moments that they have shared.
Thank you Dick for making the 70's more enjoyable. Your sense of humor was unique and you will be missed. To the Martin family my deepst sympathy.
I remember laugh in when I was a kid. May God Bless him and his family during this time and always.
To Dick Martin's Family,
As a teenager I had the opportunity to see Rowan & Martin in Vegas many years ago. It was by accident that we went to the show. My brother and I tried to get into see my cousins who were dancers in another show but we were too young. My parents felt bad and got us tickets to see the most hilarious Rowan & Martin. They were at the height of their fame and we had watched Laugh-In religiously on Mondays over the preceding years. Class act all the way. My sympathies to Dick's family and friends.
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
I will miss Dick Martin. I liked his shows. rest in peace dick.
TO MR. MARTIN
THANK YOU FOR BRINGING LAUGHTER AND JOY INTO MY HOME BACK IN THE DAY I ENJOYED YOUR SHOW TO THE UTMOST IT WAS VERY FUNNY Y.BOWDEN
Dick's humor was a very fond part of the memomories of my youth. He brought laughter durring a difficult time in our history. As such, he truly did leave this world a better place. God bless Dick and his loved ones.
Good Bless you and thanks for the great memories of Laugh In ~ Sock it to 'em Baby
May you have the angels in much laughter!
THANKYOU FOR INTERTAINING S ON SATURDAYS AT 7PM, MANY MANY YEARS AGO,OUR CONDELENCES GO OUT TO YOUR FAMILY.
Mr. Martin was a barrell of laughs. He will be around here for a long time to come. May God continue to bless his family.
Dick, thank you for the fun loving entertainment while I was a child. The shows and comic acts will always be remembered and nothing will compare to what Laugh-In did for television and american humor. God Speed. Now sock it to me!!!
So Sorry to hear of the passing of Dick Martin, truly a mover and shaker of the 1960's television comedy era and for giving me as a young child growing up in the sixties a reason to sneak behing my parent's back to watch the show and grab a huge belly laugh!!! GOg Bless you Mr. Martin! Give my love to my folks and my sister and my great friend Lori, all of who just recently left us behind...I know you'll make em laugh and make em laugh hard. My condolences to your family....
Thank you to Dick Martin for giving us so many laughs during difficult times. He helped to change the face of television forever. My sympathies to his family.
Thank you for all the laughs
if you really think about it, "Laugh-In" changed American society . . . .
Thank you for the laughs and living in a great generation!
Thanks for the many, many laughs. Good-bye and God bless you.
MAY GOD BLESS YOUR PRECIOUS HEART AND SOUL AND YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
'Laugh-in' was a staple of my tweens and early teens, an enduring introduction to TV irreverence, even if it is hopelessly dated today (due both to the advancing years and my advancing age). It is sad to see another icon go.
Remembering many of the good times and happiness Dick Martin brought to me with the Rowan and Martin Show at Lake Tahoe, NV. I am smiling just to remember some of their conversations. Another good man gone.
Thanks for the laughter...we'll miss you, Dick.
A fan in Illinois
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
Thank you so much for all of the laughs!
Dick was an inspiration to me as I was in Jr. High. We did a play based on "Laugh-In" and he gave me the courage to get in front of an audience. A funny man but one with a great deal of desire. Thank you for making a difference in so many people. Enjoy you new role in heaven. Peace!
I loved Laugh-In. Thanks for the
entertainment Dick Martin.
The world is now a less funny place without you. God bless the Martin family.
To The Martin FAMILY.may God Bless you all.DEATH LEAVES A HEARTACHE NO ONE CAN HEAL.lOVE LEAVES MEMORIES NO ONE CAN STEAL.DICK MARTIN WILL LIVE ON IN OUR MEMORIES FOR EVER.
Thanks for the many laughs and great memories, the show was way ahead of its time, brillant cast and characters. True pioneers of break thru comedy, without LAUGH-IN there would be no SCTV, SNL, MAD TV, ETC.
GOOD NIGHT DICK............
Is it just me .....or are Angels smiling a great deal more today ?
what a funny man you were Mr Martin! Thanx for the humor that carried many of us through life with a smile! Keep them laughing in heaven!
Enjoyed the show as a kid. You bet your sweet bippy you will be missed.
Laugh-In was probably the single funniest show I've ever seen and I'm 53 now. Dick Martin was hilarious on every single show, didn't take life seriously, always laughing and smiling... SAY GOOD NIGHT, DICK!!!
It is truly a God given talent to make others laugh and smile. I feel sure a special place awaits those who brighten and touch others. The stars of your crown Mr. Martin, shine ever so brightly...Sleep well my friend. RJ
Our prayers are with you for the Lord to be close to you, offering comfort. We both lost our fathers in 2008, Val on Sept. 10 - Elias Boccheciamp and Peter on Dec. 4 - George Schad. We are standing with you in prayer and want you to know our hearts are breaking along with yours for your loss. We have great hope and want to share these thoughts with you. We will pray for your family every time we think of you that you may find the strength in the Lord, to know that He is the closest to us when we feel the most pain. He weeps with us and loves us deeply.
These Bible verses have given us great hope and wish to encourage you as well: 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 : "But I would not have you to be ignorant, brothers, concerning them which are asleep, that you sorrow not, even as others that have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him. For this we say unto you by the word of the Lord, that we which are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord shall not prevent them which are asleep. For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with the shout of the arch angel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first. Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. Comfort one another with these words."
Also, 1 Corinthians 15, the whole chapter really, especially verses 50-58: "Now this I say, brothers, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God: neither does corruption inherit incorruption. Behold, I show you a mystery: We shall not all sleep, but we shall be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall all be changed. For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality. So when this corruptible shall put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory. O death, where is your sting? O grave, where is your victory? The sting of death is sin: and the strength of sin is the law. But thanks be to God, which gives us the victory through Jesus Christ. Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as you know that your labor is not in vain in the Lord."
Jesus is coming again as promised! The trumpets of God will sound, His faithful will all be changed at once from mortality to immortality. Our loved ones who have died in Jesus will be called forth from their graves and their next conscious thought will be their joy at seeing Jesus returning. To see Him again!
Doug Batchelor of Amazing Facts once said, "Christians don't die, they go to sleep. If you have Jesus, you have life, everlasting life."
Remember Jesus said "Lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world." May God go with you.
thanks for all the laughts dick
With sympathy from Northeastern Ohio.
Rose Davis & Family
The best of Good Nights Dick. Because of you I was able to stay on an even-keel most of my life. Your brand of humor and easy-going lifestyle was inspiring to me as well as a lot of others in my generation. Rest in Peace.
Comedy is tough, people like Dick Martin made it easy....he and Dan Rowan brought it to the edge. On Saturday morning I was thinking of Mr. Martin and what great comedy they produced, I was deeply saddened when I read the news Sunday morning.
There will be more laughs in heaven now.....rest in peace Mr. Martin.
We love you.
I am writing to extend my deepest condolences on the loss of a fine and hilarious gentleman. I remember bits and pieces of the Laugh In. I was really too young to remember much. But just wanted to let you know I was thinking of you in your time of loss and wanted to share with you a scripture of comfort from God's Word the Bible. At Isaiah 33:24,"And no resident will say,"I am sick." I understand Mr. Martin had respiratory problems for many years. But can you imagine a time where we will all be free of any health issues, being vibrant in health, living in peace and harmony? Well, the Bible promises that it will take place all by means of Jehovah God's Kingdom in which we pray for in the Lord's Prayer. That Kingdom will also accomplish a resurrection, therefore giving you the hope of seeing your loved one once again right here on earth, a Paradise earth. Once more I am so sorry for your loss.
ANOTHER FUNNY GUY IN MY LIFE TIME HAS PASSED AWAY THAT I AM USE TO SEEING AROUND AND LAUGHING AT HIS JOKES.
REST IN PEACE DICK MARTIN.
There has been and never will be a replacement for Laugh In my dear funny friend. Keep 'em laughing and get rested up before all your adoring fans arrive to do it all over again. You can bet your sweet bippy and I'll drink to that. I feel blessed that you were a guest in my house once a week back in those days.
I am so sad about this. I remember "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In" fondly. Thanks for entertaining me and making me laugh, Mr. Martin. Bless your soul.
Good night Dick. Say hello to Gilda.
What a sweet sweet man! I remember as a kid that I really liked to watch Laugh In. He was my favorite comic of all time!!! He could make you laugh even with his eyes. . . Rest Eternal Dick~~
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
Rest in peace and may God Bless and confort your family.
Good Night Dick,
You will be sadly miss. Say hello to Rowan when you see him in heaven.
Enjoy your new life in Heaven. My condolence and best wishes to your family.
SOCK IT TO THEM ANGELS Dick!! THANKS 4 THE LAFFS
G'Night Dick. Thank you for the many laughs and memories. You were ahead of your time. May you have eternal rest.
A true comedian that will be truely missed,at least we have the memories and the laughter.May God Bless all of you.
Dick was always laughing and smiling. He made you want to relax and enjoy life. I couldn't wait until Laugh In came on each week. Until we meet on the other side---Good Night Dick.
As a newly arrived immigrant in California, I thought your character was zany, and made us laugh everytime Laugh-In was shown. You will be missed. However, a bigger stage with bigger laughs awaits You in Eternal Heaven!
R,I.P. DICK. THANK YOU FOR ALL THE LAUGHTS. GOD BLESS THE FAMILY AND ALL YOUR FRIENDS.
One ringy dingy...
Two ringy dingies...
A gracious good evening. G'night Dick!
What a wonderful legacy Dick Martin has left us. I remember looking forward to "Laugh In" because I knew I'd be laughing out loud.
God bless you
I can recall the many nights of laughter while I watched his antics....such a gift, Thank you and God Speed.....
"Laugh-In" was the BEST show! Thanks for all the laughs and antics..."Say good-night, Dick"...Rest in eternal peace!
What can be said about Dick Martin, that hasn't already been said. Dick put the "Laugh" in "Laugh-In" and helped us all get through some rough times by watching their show. You were one in a million and God is lucky to have you now, to keep everyone laughing-in heaven. God bless you for all you've done to bring a smile to our faces. Looking forward to seeing you on heavens stage!!
I am sure that Dan Rowan is waiting on the other side of the pearly gates for his dear friend. I can imagine the two of them will turn to St. Peter and say, "You bet your sweet bippy we're here!" God rest his soul and give comfort to his family. Thank you for all the laughter, Mr. Martin; it IS the best medicine!
I always enjoyed Dick when he appeared as a surprise guest disguised as the Postman on the Waltons.
we are sorry for your lost. we really enjoyed him on the shows and may god bless you all.
RIP DICK'' YOU BOUGHT MANY LAUGHTS TO OUR FAMILY.,WILL NEVER FORGET YOU
his show helped spwan the careers of many, he was very good at his craft.rest in peace dick, you will not be forgotten.
You have been a light in many peoples hearts and filled their time with laughter. God Bless your family and may He ease the pain of your loss.
So sorry for your loss.We will miss you. Goodnight Dick. May you rest in peace.
Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.
My your humor continue in heaven.
I am so sorry to learn of the passing of dick Martin. I grew up with Laugh In and I am grateful for the entertainment Mr. Martin provided the world. My favorite movie of his is The Glass Bottom Boat. My sympathy to the Martin family and may Mr. Martin rest in peace. He will never be forgotten.
DRIFT ON NOW MY FRIEND...YOU ARE FREE.. I WATCHED EVERY ONE OF YOUR SHOWS..THEY WERE THE BEST..YOU AND DAN WILL BE MISSED AND ALWAYS REMEMBERED..
ALL I CAN SAY IS A LOT OF YOU MASTERS OF COMEDY ARE TOGETHER UP THERE NOW..AND IT HAS TO BE ONE HELL OF A SHOW..
ALL I CAN SAY IS SAVE ME A SEAT ALL OF YOU..I WON'T SAY GOOD BYE..JUST CATCH YOU LATER..
He would get that look in his eye and you knew you were going to laugh. Say Good Night Dick--we loved your humor!
he brought smiles and laughter at a time when we really needed it!!!
"Say goodnight Dick"
good night dick keep the angels laughing till we all get there
Dear Martin family and many friends:
I pray that God will sustain you during this sad transistion in yourlife. Thank you for sharing such a funny and sweet man with his many fans. "Those were the days of good comedy", how sad we are that those days are rare today. God Bless
Thanks for the laughs Dick. Keep in stitches upstairs.
I remember watching Laugh In as a child in the late 1960's and loved seeing you perform with Mr. Rowan.
Your talent will always be remembered for helping us laugh for a little while and forget the troubles of our day. God Bless
RIP Mr. Martin. You were such a funny man & brought me so much laughter. Thank you.
I still have a "bit" at work with a co-hort - - - - "I've got the yo-yo . . . . I've got the string" . . . thanks, Dick . . . .
REST IN PEACE, DICK MARTIN
I was sorry to hear of his passing. Like everyone else who has posted here, I absolutely loved Laugh-In. Rowan and Martin reminded me of the Smothers Brothers, Dick was the straight guy and Tommy more the character like Dick. He is probably making the angels laugh right now with "I didn't Know that!" My mother could not wait for that show to come on, she laughed long and hearty each week.
To the Martin family: I am sorry for your loss and may you find comfort knowing that God will take great care of him.
Thank you Dick Martin for all the laughter you brought into the world. Your jolly spirit and zany wit made an indelible mark and form one of my fondest memories of TV. Rest in peace? Maybe not quite. I picture you laughing your way through eternity. Not a bad karma at all.
Sock it to them Dick..Thanks for the great laughs...R.I.P.
You made us all laugh, even when I was a kid. Thank you for the memories.
I'd especially like to offer my sympathies to Bob Newhart..I know what close friends you were. Also, sympathies to Dick's family. What great joy he brought us for many, many years. God bless.
Thanks for all the laffs, Mr Martin. My depest sympathies go to all your family.
Thanks for all the years of laughter!
To all the family, my deepest sympathy, he will be truely missed by all. God Bless all of you.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
My condolence goes out to the Martin family. Thank you Mr. Martin for bringing me many laughter during my childhood years...there weren't many, but your humor and wit expanded to a wonderful world of happiness and joy. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to shared this millennium with you.
To Mr. Martin's family- what a great loss to the entertainment world. I remember watch him every week. He always brightened my day. I am so sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace. Now he can "sock to all the nasties that are still out there."
Laugh -In was such a part of our families routine as a child. I still remember laughing so hard at the antics of that show and how my friends and I latched on to the catch phrase "sock it to me". Dick Martin was a part of my childhood. He was funny, and quick, always with a smile that said he knew something you didn't and man, was it funny! When I think of the TV I knew as a child, I will remember him fondly.
My husband and I grew up listening to you laugh and we learned that simple laughter is the best medicine. Thank you for bringing that to us as something we can now look back on fondly.
I remember doing "laugh-in" bits when I was in the 5th grade, from the multi - door set we constructed to the "sock-it-to-me" punchlines... Mr. Martin's comedy inspired a nation back in a time when "we" really needed to laugh. Thanks.
I remember watching this extreme talent on television. He was so funny and a sweet man from what i read abut him. He will be missed.
He is a angel now and watching over his family and friends.
Good Bless him.
This man gave us such laughter and joy. I was just a kid when laugh-in was on TV but is was by far one of my favorite shows.
I always in enjoyed seeing him on other shows as well.
There is much laughter in Heaven today. May your memories of his goodness and kind heart bring you comfort during this time. Thank you for sharing such a talented man with the world.
to the family of dick martin
i am sorry about your loss
i watch him on the match game
he was a great actor
he made me laugh
I guess it really is time to say, "Good night, Dick". You & Dan, along with all the other zanies on "Laugh-In", helped to transform television comedy. We'll truly miss you.
As a younger person now in my mid 40's
I rember Laugh In as it was a great show.
Dick you will be missed by all who
grew up with your slap stick laughter.Go with GOD and blessing to
I was in Vietnam in 1968 when Laugh In started. Dick Martin 's performance was a big help to me. His laughter was what I looked forward to during a very trying time. I have always remembered this show. I was not the only one that so enjoyed this show during the war.
What a funny man he was. Every time I saw him on a show he was joking and laughing. Thanks for the comic relief, may you rest in peace, job well done.
Thank you for the many hours of laughter.R.I.P.
Dear Martin family,
So very sorry to hear of your loss. He was a very funny man enjoyed watching him on TV for years he will greatly missed. Your families in my prayers. God bless you all.
the world has lost a coming genius. thanx for all the smiles and belly laughs you provided. rest now...
Thanks for the memories from a very talented, funny man! My prayers are with your family at this time.
I was saddened to hear of Dick's passing.I grew up watching him on Laugh-In.I will keep his family in my prayers in this time of grief.
Sorry for your lost. I loved his tv show. He could make you laugh without being nasty. My prayers are with y'all.