Frank McCourt

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  • Birth Place: Brooklyn, NY
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 08/19/1930, Leo
  • Date of Death: 07/19/2009
  • Profession: Writer
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VIDEO: Cosby: A Pair of Three Beats a Flush Every Time

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Cosby: A Pair of Three Beats a Flush Every Time
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Aired: 4/14/2000

Hilton discovers that a former high school buddy is now homeless. watch

VIDEO: Lucky U

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Lucky U
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Length: 24:00
Aired: 1/16/2005

Using creativity and cleverness, Piggley, Dannan and Ferny work together towards the common goal of finding and testing three lucky horseshoe legends in order to find the 'true' story behind the horseshoe Mr. Hornsby has hung on the schoolhouse door. watch

VIDEO: My Right Arm

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Length: 24:00
Aired: 1/9/2005

Piggley tries to make the most of a bad situation by training his left arm to throw when his right arm is broken and put in a cast. watch

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Horrow: Dodgers a decent buy
On This Day: July 19
Stand In: Frank McCourt
Al Davis Tribute Video

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Credits

Year Title Description
2006 The Martha Stewart Show: Whoopi Goldberg Episode, Guest
2003 Writing Out Loud: Frank McCourt Episode, Guest
2003 Literary Legends: Frank McCourt Episode, Remarks by
2003 Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks TV Show Series, Voice - Mr. McHoof
1999 Angela's Ashes Movie, Source

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Frank McCourt, Pulitzer-Winning Memoirist, Dies at 78

Frank McCourt, a teacher who in his sixties wrote a memoir of his desperately poor Irish childhood that became the Pulitzer Prize-winning Angela's Ashes, has died. He was 78.

McCourt, whose novel was adapted into a 1999 film of the same name, died of metastatic melanoma, said his brother, actor and writer Malachy McCourt. Frank McCourt, who lived in New York City and Roxbury, Conn., died Sunday, The New York Times reported.

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