In my more than eight decades of life, I have been a prisoner of war in Germany and a war correspondent in Korea. I have taped TV shows in Portugal, Denmark, Finland, Bolivia and Israel. I have played the part of Papa Noel in Guayaquil, Ecuador and watched Jawaharlal Nehru in the nascent Indian parliament. I have ascended the heights of the television industry as a Vice President of NBC-TV and as Chairman of the Board of the Academy of Television Arts and Science. I have plunged into its nether regions when fired as host of the number one show in the country, The $64,000 Challenge. I have gotten to know Senator Robert Kennedy, done a program with Harry Truman, and been hit with a pie in the face by Bob Hope.
Sonny Fox is pleased to announce that this past October 24th 2015, he, in his last NY appearance for 2015, brought his Broadway Songwriters presentation to Brooklyn, NY. As Sonny celebrates his 90th birthday so does his alma mater. Please click the link below to see photos of the event, and read, in Sonny's own words, his experience at PS 217.
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