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Stage Fight

At least Lou Grant was the kind of grumpy boss a gal could love. In playwright Neil Simon, MARY TYLER MOORE seems to have a harsher critic. After receiving a...

Television: Doing Less with Moore

She can turn the world on with her smile. She can take a nothing day, yada yada yada. But when it comes to sprinting down a sidewalk, hurdling a rolled-up carpet...

28 Years Ago in TIME

MARY TYLER MOORE is just one of TV's vintage stars celebrated in prime-time specials this month. Back in 1974 TIME already knew she and co-star Valerie Harper...

Television: Must-See (Again) TV

This spring in the famously youth-obsessed TV business, Botox is out and wrinkles are in. The reason: during last November's sweeps, the networks' triannual...

CINEMA: LOOK, MA, NO TABOOS

IT'S NOT UNCOMMON FOR FILMMAKers to have problems with their stars, but writer-director David O. Russell had an unusual conflict while shooting his second...

CINEMA: POST-IT MODERNISM

DURING A PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, WHEN THE AIR is thick with pieties about American virtue and the maintenance thereof, it is useful to be reminded that America's...

Theater: A New Life for Moore

WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY? by Brian Clark Mary Tyler Moore has come to Broadway, and it's a love match. Her kind of natural, straightforward appeal defies...

Television: Once in Love with Mary

First, You Cry, Nov. 8, CBS, 9p.m. E.S.T. Few TV performers are as durable or as justly adored as Mary Tyler Moore. During the past 15 years she has become an...

Theater: Double Profile SWEET SUE

The curtain goes up to reveal Mary Tyler Moore sketching a naked young man. She plays a woman not unlike herself, a greeting-card artist seeking to outgrow a...

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