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Bob Henry dies at 92; TV producer and director
Bob Henry dies at 92; TV producer and director

Bob Henry, an Emmy Award-winning television variety-show producer and director who produced Nat King Cole's groundbreaking musical variety program in the 1950s and helped make Flip Wilson a household name as the producer of his hit comedy-variety show in the 1970s, has died. He was 92. Henry died of age-related causes Sunday at his home in Laguna Beach, said his wife, Annette. A TV career that spanned more than 50 years began when Henry became an associate producer on NBC's "The Colgate Comedy Hour" in New York in the early '50s. He went on to produce and/or direct more than 25 variety series and specials, including "The Andy Williams Show," "The...

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