Henry Corden Overview:

Actor, Henry Corden, was born Henry Cohen on Jan 6, 1920 in Montreal, Canada. Corden died at the age of 85 on May 19, 2005 in Los Angeles, CA .

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Fred Flintstone: How, could I forget? I slipped on them so many times, that hospital emergency ward put in a revolving door!


Johnny: Don't worry. Did you ever know a gambler who couldn't promote a little betting money?
Gypsy: You also need Chesay.
Cully: Chesay? Who's that?
Gypsy: Chesay is gypsy good luck!


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After replacing Alan Reed as the voice of Fred Flintstone, Corden took some time to learn the voice because he had to imitate Reed as close as possible, learning by listening to tapes. In later years he made the character more his own and less imitative of Reed, gearing it closer to the character's inspiration of Jackie Gleason's Ralph Kramden character on "The Honeymooners."

Interred in San Fernando Mission Cemetery, Mission Hills, California.

Survived by two daughters, Dawna and Robyn, from his first wife Thelma, and three stepchildren from his 10-year marriage to fourth wife Angelina--Erik, Derek and Monica.

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