Gallagher, the long-haired, crush them up humorist who left a path of chuckling, outrage and broke watermelons over a decadeslong vocation, has kicked the bucket at age 76.

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Craig Marquardo, in a proclamation recognizing himself as Gallagher's "long-term previous supervisor," said that he passed on Friday at his home in Palm Springs, California, after a short sickness. 

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Gallagher had various coronary failures throughout the long term, remembering one just before a booked show for Texas in 2012.

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With a beret on his head and a couple of straightforward props, from a jar of oil to a bull whip, the man conceived Leo Anthony Gallagher Jr. 

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 fabricated a cross country continuing during the 1970s and '80s, showing up on the "This evening" show with Johnny Carson and featuring in various Kickoff specials

His demonstration included observational humor ("What might be said about Easter? Whose thought was it to give eggs to a creature that jumps"), political discourse ("They don't call a duty an expense. 

"Fine people! I didn't come here this evening to make you giggle. I came here to sell you something, and I maintain that you should give specific consideration!" he would call out in his

best quick fire pantomime of a late-night TV pitchman. "The astounding Expert Instrument Company, an auxiliary of Unreliable Enterprises, has endowed who? Me! To show you! 

The handiest and the dandiest kitchen device you've at any point seen.