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Television Legend Mary Tyler Moore: Moore Discusses Her Private Life.

Actress Mary Tyler Moore. She starred in the Emmy award television show "The Dick Van Dyke Show," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," and the film "Ordinary People." She is now starring in a new CBS series "New York News," a drama about life at a fictional New York newspaper, and has recently written her autobiography, "After All," (Putnam's Sons). In her book, Moore traces the track of her career and reveals the hardships of the person whom America considered "the typical American girl," including her struggles and triumphs over alcoholism and diabetes.


Other segments from the episode on October 30, 1995

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 30, 1995: Interview with Mary Tyler Moore, Part 1; Commentary on Los Angeles and rock music; Interview with Mary Tyler Moore, Part 2; Review of Mary Martin's album…


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