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The wonder of Sonny Fox

Irwin Fox died the other day. If you missed it because you were engrossed in obits about Hank Aaron, Larry King and Cloris Leachman, that’s understandable. Besides, at 95, Mr. Fox had outlived many of his fans. As a kid in Brooklyn they called him “Sonny,” so he kept it...
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Guest Column: The wonder of Sonny Fox

Irwin Fox died the other day. If you missed it because you were engrossed in obits about Hank Aaron, Larry King and Cloris Leachman, that’s understandable. Besides, at 95, Mr. Fox had outlived many of his fans. As a kid in Brooklyn they called him “Sonny,” so he kept it...
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PETER FUNT: The forgotten wonder of Sonny Fox

Irwin Fox died the other day. If you missed it because you were engrossed in obits about Hank Aaron, Larry King and Cloris Leachman, that’s understandable. Besides, at 95, Mr. Fox had outlived many of his fans. As a kid in Brooklyn they called him “Sonny,” so he kept it...
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Sonny Fox, Kids TV Host on 'Wonderama', Dead at 95

Former Wonderama host Sonny Fox died on Sunday at a hospital in Encino, California, due to a coronavirus-related bout of pneumonia, THR reports. He was 95 years old. Fox's website confirms the news, telling fans more will be posted once his team learns more about where those interested can send their condolences.
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Sonny Fox, Beloved ‘Wonderama’ Host, Dies at 95

Sonny Fox, the beloved kids television host who connected with children on the New York-based Sunday morning program “Wonderama,” died Sunday in Los Angeles of coronavirus-related pneumonia, his website confirmed. He was 95. Fox hosted “Wonderama” for four hours every Sunday, and the show was celebrated for the way it...
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Sonny Fox, TV Host Who Connected With Kids on 'Wonderama,' Dies at 95

A POW during World War II, he also emceed the game show 'The $64,000 Challenge' and produced Tom Snyder's 'Tomorrow.'. Sonny Fox, the beloved pioneer of kids television who demonstrated an amazing one-on-one rapport with children as the host of the New York-based Sunday morning program Wonderama, has died. He was 95.
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Sonny Fox, beloved ‘Wonderama’ host, dies from COVID-19 at age 95

Sonny Fox, the man who captured kids’ hearts on “Wonderama” in the 1960s, died Sunday from COVID-19. He was 95. Fox died in his adopted home city of Los Angeles, according to his official website. The Brooklyn native hosted Channel 5′s “Wonderama” from 1959-1967, entertaining children for four hours on...
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Sonny Fox, Host of Beloved 1960s Children Program ‘Wonderama,’ Dies at 95

Sonny Fox, who became a TV staple for children on the popular show “Wonderama,” has died from COVID-19 pneumonia at age 95. Fox hosted the show between 1959 and 1967, which provided a whimsical and unique children’s program format. Fox found himself interacting with the children who gathered in the audience, talking with them, and even playing games.