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The Very Best of the Mary Tyler Moore Show

The Very Best of the Mary Tyler Moore Show

7 tape set/14 total episodes including:

Love is All Around & Support Your Local Mother (Season 1); He's No Heavy, He's My Brother & Where There's Smoke, There's Rhoda (Season 2); My Brother's Keeper & Put on a Happy Face (Season 3); The Lars Affair & Ted Baxter Meets Walter Cronkite (Season 4); Will Mary Richards Go to Jail? & The System (Season 5); Chuckles Bites the Dust & Once I Had a Secret Love (Season 6); Lou Dates Mary & The Last Show (Season 7).

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Party Girl Set

"Party Girl" is a dissertation on how to throw disastrous (and perhaps not quite so) parties. This is a 4-episode set.

Tape 1: "The Dinner Party" episode 82 and "Mary's Aunt" episode 126

Tape 2: "Mary Midwife" episode 145 and "My Brother's Keeper" episode 65

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Mary and Rhoda: The Very Best of Friends

Mary and Rhoda: The Very Best of Friends

Tape 1: "Love Is All Around" episode 1; "... Is A Friend In Need" episode 36; "Some of My Best Friends Are Rhoda" episode 47

Tape 2: "Rhoda Morgenstern: Minneapolis to New York" episode 62; "Best Of Enemies" episode 91

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Chuckles Bites the Dust

Mary Tyler Moore Show - "Chuckles Bites the Dust"

This is perhaps the most famous episode of what was arguably the best TV situation comedy of the 1970s. When WJM-TV's children's show host, Chuckles the Clown, is accidentally killed by an elephant, while dressed as a peanut, his death provokes numerous newsroom jokes by Murray, Lou, and Ted--who are upbraided for their insensitivity by a shocked Mary. They all attend the funeral, and once it starts, Mary cannot hold back the giggles that well up until she is laughing uncontrollably. "Chuckles Bites the Dust" is at once incredibly human and supremely funny, with great performances from the entire cast. As Chuckles would say, "A little song, a little dance, a little seltzer in your pants."

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Intimate Portrait: Mary Tyler Moore (1997)

Intimate Portrait: Mary Tyler Moore (1997)

She could turn the world on with her smile--and even with her over-the-top weeping. Mary Tyler Moore's sunny persona in The Mary Tyler Moore Show and, earlier, in The Dick Van Dyke Show became a touchstone of American television in the 1960s and '70s. Men adored her; women wanted to be her (or at least look as good as she did in those capri pants). Yet for all her surface success, Moore has been dogged by hardship--the drug overdose of her sister, her diagnosis of diabetes, alcoholism, and most tragically, the apparent suicide of her only son, Richie. In this compelling Intimate Portrait, narrated by her former MTM pal Valerie Harper, Moore talks openly and movingly about all of her tribulations, as well as her fabulous successes. At times she appears as fragile as glass, but at others her resolve and commitment to being well are inspiring, as is the ongoing love story of her third marriage, to cardiologist Dr. Robert Levine, who clearly adores her. This is more revealing that your typical A&E Biography-type portrait, and all the more rewarding for it. We guess she's gonna make it after all.

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Mary Tyler Moore

A&E Biography: Mary Tyler Moore

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Mary Tyler Moore: Everywoman's Workout - Body Sculpting (1994)

Mary Tyler Moore: Everywoman's Workout - Body Sculpting (1994)

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Rhoda - The Very Best of Rhoda (1978)

Rhoda - The Very Best of Rhoda (1978)

Everyone who watched The Mary Tyler Moore always wanted to be Mary Richards (Mary Tyler Moore); most of us, though, related better to her best friend, Rhoda Morgenstern (Valerie Harper). Rhoda was a loud, perpetually single, witty woman who was unlike anything on television before her. In 1974, Rhoda left Minneapolis to return to her home of New York and to her own show, Rhoda, living in the same building as her sister Brenda (Julie Kavner) and not far from her overbearing Jewish mother Ida (Nancy Walker) and her long-suffering father (Harold J. Gould). This boxed set of four videos contains episodes from each of the five seasons, beginning with her unforgettable wedding (who would've thought that Rhoda would find a man!) to Joe (David Groh) in the 1974 season and ending with her parent's separation in 1979. Some of these shows are remarkable, as when Joe and Rhoda separate after a few years of marriage. Others don't hold up as well next to these groundbreaking episodes, such as "An Elephant Never Forgets," in which Brenda comes to terms with the fact that she's lost weight and is attractive. But as a glimpse at the 1970s, the eight episodes are a wonderful trip backward and remain hilarious, albeit slightly dated, today. No, you still don't get a look at the faceless doorman, Carlton. And yes, we can still all relate to Rhoda.

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After All

After All

She was America's darling: actress, producer, star of the golden age of television. Her work on The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Mary Tyler Moore Show garnered multiple Emmys, followed by critical acclaim for her acting on Broadway and in film. Now, in her witty, candid, heartbreaking autobiography, Mary Tyler Moore tells all, about...the Dick Van Dyke nobody knows...Elvis, her sly, seductive co-star in Change of Carl Reiner taught her to cry while being funny...Robert Redford's confession after casting her in Ordinary People...about then-First Lady Betty Ford's inebriated debut on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and years later, her phone call that saved Mary's life.

Mary spares nothing as she recounts her traumatic childhood, two failed marriages, her own alcoholism, the tragic death of her son, and her third, happy marriage to a cardiologist eighteen years her junior. Moving, inspiring, and brutally frank, After All will touch every reader's heart and soul.

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Mary Tyler Moore (Great Achievers-Lives of the Physically Challenged)

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