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Soupy Sales

Born: 1926-01-08 - Died: 2009-10-22
Cause of Death:
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Death Summary: Soupy Sales suffered from numerous health problems, he entered the Calvary Hospice in the Bronx, New York. Sales died a week later.

It's unclear at this time how Sales exactly died.

Who was Soupy Sales : Sales was a very famous comedian, actor and on air personality. He is probably best known for his children's television show "Lunch with Soupy Sales". The show was a series of comedy sketches with almost every skit ending with the classic pie in the face, which became Sales' trademark.
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  1. Hal Mandly Says:

    Suopy you will be forever in my heart. You entertained me as a kid over lunch every saturday. My sense of humor was refined by you. Goodbye dear friend.

  2. Frannie Says:

    RIP Soupy Sales,Thanks for the years of laughter as I grew up watching your show.

  3. ED ZABLOCKI Says:

    White Fang Black tooth. i will smile for the rest of my life over their conversations. your behind the screen antics made me cry till tears.

  4. Howard Gresh Says:

    What can I say that hasn’t alreay been said. I loved Soupy Sales. When I was a kid I would dress like him, do the Mouse, listen to Pafalofika. I went to see him at the Bitter End on New Years Eve in the Village. He was hysterical. I listened to his radio show. When I visited the Museum of Radio and Television and I went to their library, I tried to think of what I would want to see from the television archives, and the first thing I came up with was Soupy. Thanks for the joy you gave me as a kid.

  5. Joe Palooka Says:

    I am heavy hearted about hearing Soupy sales’ passing. Everyone’s sense of what is funny or not is different – I’m glad his contributions influenced mine

  6. Maida Says:

    I has a sad. 🙁 Loved rushing home from school to watch you and Pookie and Hippy and White Fang and Black Tooth, and then when you made it to prime time, watching with my dad. I never heard him laugh as hard as he did when he watched your show.

    I am so sorry for your family and all who love you. I guess, that includes me.

  7. John Says:

    Soupy Sales was the front runner of a style of children’s television that has been copied many times since right up to Pee Wee Herman and beyond. I love watching clips of his Lunch with Soupy Sales show. It takes me right back to when I watched it LIVE! Someone should put together a documentary of his career.
    We’ll all miss him very much.

  8. Bill Munroe Says:

    You allowed us to forget the outside world for awhile, you we’re a true gift my friend.

  9. Jeff Says:

    Grilled cheese and soupy at noon

  10. rebecca hutto Says:

    i watch soupy sales from a young girl to a teenager. he was really fun guy. best to his family and god speed soupy

  11. Tom Gamba Says:

    I grew up with Soupy and loved watching his TV program. May he rest in peace. and God Bless Him.

  12. Unknown Says:

    now that is a face u can love 😛

  13. Tom Says:

    Soupy, I will miss you a lot!! Thank you sooo much for the joy and happiness you gave all of us, through the years. May you rest in peace, my brother. May your family and friends be comforted with their lovely memories of you, Soupy. You made a profound difference in this world, my friend… but I’m sure you know that already. “Hey Boobie”, Adios Amigos!!! Tom

  14. d-dog Says:

    you jokes are as lame as a history assiment

  15. Lisa Weiner Says:

    To Soupy Sales,
    I thought you were so funny back in the old days. I really wish you still alive to make me laugh. Lisa Weiner

  16. Georgia Says:

    Oh Soupy, what a funny guy you were. i grew up watching ang loving you as a child.

  17. Lisa Weiner Says:

    Soupy Sales,
    I thought you were so funny back in the 70’s. You really made me laugh. Lisa Weiner

  18. Rusty Shackleford Says:

    RIP Soupy- you’re throwing pies at angels now 🙂

  19. Carolyn Barba Says:

    What a character! I loved Soupy Sales! He will be missed. His brand of humour was rare and funny. My heart goes out to your family. Oh, and I love your song “The Mouse”. Yeh!

  20. June M Says:

    Better late than never…
    I’ve hoped soupy would never die. He broke the tension in our household many times. My sister and I would be able to get away from our parents arguments to “live in Soupy Sales world” on tv. I adored his spontanious jokes and silly pals. It was vaudville for kids who never knew what vaudville was! The pie and the face, the jokes from the 20’s-30’s as well as the more current comments made us very happy. It put the laugh in our day. Thanks soup…God gave us you so we could feel the world was a happier place than reality. God’s speed, I hope to meet you in Heaven some day!

  21. Mark Todd Says:

    Miss you and the TV Goupy Sales gang alot. Best show on TV. I still remember you, Black Tooth, Whit Fang, Pooky and Hippy… What a great cast, I still laugh out loud remembering the skits..

  22. Grant Young Says:

    “I like the way my wife makes banana cream pie but what I like better is the way she creams my banana.”

    I have modeled my life after Soupy Sales which is probably why I’m a pervert.

  23. Richard Antoniotti Says:

    Suppy Sales you were “one of a kind” and very special, funny and creative. You made a lot of young children in this country very, very happy whenever you aired. I know, because I was one of them. God Bless you and your family. And it’s a shame that more people haven’t written in your book to say “Thank You” for all of your efforts.

  24. Norman Philips Jr. Says:

    He was a true, honest, exception in life. He filled my heart and life with love and joy. It will never be the same. Thanks for recordings.

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  26. philip vandenbrook Says:

    soupy,thanks for all the laughter. my mom and i used to watch you afterschool, everyday.can’t imagine that time without you.

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