R.I.P. Alan Young

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From the L.A. Times

Alan Young, the amiable comedic actor who became a TV icon in the early 1960s starring opposite a talking horse named Mister Ed, died Thursday. He was 96.

Young, whose later career included doing the voices for Scrooge McDuck and other cartoon characters, died of natural causes at the Motion Picture & Television Home, the Motion Picture & Television Fund confirmed on Friday. He lived at the retirement community for more than four years and died with his children by his side.

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2 thoughts on “R.I.P. Alan Young

  1. I loved my Mr.Ed…I would watch those two before we went to school. I was under the impression that Alan was already dead,but wow..he seemed to live a long life.RIP to him.

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