Remembering Mary Tyler Moore

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Carol Burnett, center, and Mary Tyler Moore, right, who both tied for the Favorite Female TV Performer award, accept their People's Choice Awards from actor Ed Asner, in Los Angeles, Calif., March 7, 1979. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

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Mary Tyler Moore and Jack Lemmon pose at the 53rd Academy Awards in Los Angeles, Calif., March 31, 1981. Moore, nominated for Best Actress for her film "Ordinary People," lost out to Sissy Spacek for "Coal Miner's Daughter." Lemmon, nominated for Best Actor for his film "Tribute," lost out to Robert De Niro for "Raging Bull." (AP Photo/Randy Rasmussen)

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Mary Tyler Moore, second from left, and Eva Gabor, second from right, visit with the cast of "A Day in Hollywood, a Night in the Ukraine" after their performance, in New York, May 6, 1980. The cast, composed of Marx Brothers lookalikes, includes, from left: Priscilla Lopez as Harpo; David Garrison as Groucho and Frank Lazarus as Chico. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Richter)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore, better known as Laura Petrie of "The Dick Van Dyke Show," waves to the crowd as she arrives for the premiere of "Thoroughly Modern Millie" at the Odeon St. Martin's Lane in London, Oct. 12, 1967. (AP Photo/Laurence Harris)

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Mary Tyler Moore pays backstage visit to Bernadette Peters after her performance in the Broadway show "Song & Dance" at the St. Royal Theatre on 45th Street in New York, May 9, 1986. (AP Photo/Frankie Ziths)

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Mary Tyler Moore accepts the Life Achievement award at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday Jan. 29, 2012 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

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Dick Van Dyke, left, presents the Life Achievement award onstage to Mary Tyler Moore at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday Jan. 29, 2012 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore arrives at the taping of "Betty White's 90th Birthday: A Tribute To America's Golden Girl" on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012 in Los Angeles. The show will air on NBC on Jan. 16, 2012. (AP Photo/Vince Bucci)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore attends Broadway Barks 11 in New York, Saturday, July 11, 2009. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)

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Mary Tyler Moor in 1993. (AP Photo)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore waits to testify on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, June 24, 2009, before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on Type 1 Diabetes Research. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

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Actresses Mary Tyler Moore, Bernadette Peters and Angela Lansbury pose with dogs up for adoption at Broadway Barks 11 in New York, Saturday, July 11, 2009. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)

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Producer and star Tina Fey, is congratulated by presenter, Mary Tyler Moore, after she accepted the award for outstanding comedy series "30 Rock" at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday, Sept. 21, 2008, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore arrives at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2008. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore arrives at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2008. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

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Mary Tyler Moore, left, arrives at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2008. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

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Mary Tyler Moore arrives for the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2008. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

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Mary Tyler Moore poses for a photograph at Broadway Barks 9!, Saturday July 14, 2007 in New York. The dog and cat adopt-a-thon assists New York animal shelters in their mission to find "homeless" animals good homes. (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)

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Mary Tyler Moore waves as she arrives for the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2008. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

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Mary Tyler Moore arrive for the 13th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, Jan. 28, 2007, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore meets with Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., at the U.S. Capitol in Washington Tuesday, July 18, 2006, to discuss the stem cell research bill on the Senate floor. The Senate moved Tuesday toward sending a bill expanding U.S. government funding of embryonic stem cell research to President Bush, who has promised a swift veto, his first in nearly six years in office. Moore, who suffers from diabetes, is a proponenrt for stem cell research. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore waves to the crowd from a motorcade near Harvard Square in Cambridge, Mass., on her way to the annual Hasty Pudding Theatricals Club event where she will receive the Woman of the Year Award, Feb. 12, 1981. A sign on the back of her car reads: “Hail Mary." Costumed members of the cast of the new Hasty Pudding show escort Ms. Moore to the festivities. (AP Photo/Paul Benoit)

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Mary Tyler Moore, left, presents Barbara Streisand with the Emmy for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program for Streisand's appearance in "Barbra Streisand The Concert" during the 47th annual Emmy Awards, Sunday, Sept. 10, 1995,in Pasadena, Calif. (AP Photo/Eric Draper)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore, left, poses with Neil Simon in New York in May 1994. Woman at right is not identified. (AP Photo)

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Mary Tyler Moore, Nov. 30, 1993. (AP Photo)

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Mary Tyler Moore, 56, accepts the Emmy for best supporting actress in a miniseries or special for her role in “Stolen Babies” during the 45th annual Emmy Awards in Pasadena, California, Sunday, Sept. 19, 1993. Moore wrote a new chapter in Emmy history by winning her seventh career trophy, tying the leading Emmy acting talks with Ed Asner. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Mary Tyler Moore, 56, accepts the Emmy for best supporting actress in a miniseries or special for her role in “Stolen Babies” during the 45th annual Emmy Awards in Pasadena, California, Sunday, Sept. 19, 1993. Moore wrote a new chapter in Emmy history by winning her seventh career trophy, tying the leading Emmy acting talks with Ed Asner. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore reacts to fans and media after being honored with her star on Hollywood’s famed walk, Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1992 in Los Angeles. Moore, who has won five Emmy Awards for her work in “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”, was given the 1,963rd star on the famous walk. Moore was also nominated for an Academy Award for her role in “Ordinary People.” (AP Photo/Chris Martinez)

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Mary Tyler Moore, right, is joined by former “Mary Tyler Moore Show” co-star Georgia Engel, who played Georgette, at New York’s Russian Tea Room, Aug. 30, 1992. The two reunited during an Emmy Awards screening party Moore hosted at the famous New York restaurant. (AP Photo/Malcolm Clarke)

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Cast members of the “Mary Tyler Moore Show” gather at a Juvenile Diabetes Foundation gala in New York honoring Mary Tyler Moore as “Woman of the Decade,” March 23, 1990. From left: Ed Asner, Cloris Leachman, Nancy Walker, Betty White and Mary Tyler Moore. (AP Photo/Mario Suriani)

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Mary Tyler Moore and Betty White, June 22, 1989. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore testifies before a House Appropriation Labor subcommittee on Capitol Hill, Tuesday, April 25, 1989 in Washington. The actress pleaded a case for increased funding for diabetes research. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)

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Mary Tyler Moore hugs Ed Asner as she pays a visit backstage, Thursday, March 17, 1989 at the 46th Street Theatre in New York where Asner is starring in “Bonn Yesterday.” Moore and Asner starred in the long-running television it “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)

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Dick Van Dyke breaks up as Mary Tyler Moore yells “Oooooh Rob,” something she used to do during their years together on “The Dick Van Dyke” show, at the 40th annual Emmy awards in Pasadena, Calif., Aug. 29, 1988. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

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Mary Tyler Moore poses backstage at the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Sept. 20, 1987. (AP Photo/Pizac)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore testifies before a Senate Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and related agencies appropriations subcommittee hearing at Capitol Hill, Monday, May 4, 1987 in Washington. (AP Photo/Lana Harris)

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Mary Tyler Moore takes a break during rehearsal, Jan. 4, 1987 in New York for Broadway’s “Sweet Sue”. (AP Photo/Rene Perez)

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Mary Tyler Moore in New York, Oct. 27, 1986. (AP Photo/Perez)

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Actors Mary Tyler Moore, right, and Lynn Redgrave are shown during a rehearsal of "Sweet Sue," Oct. 27, 1986, in New York. (AP Photo/Carlos Rene Perez)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore at the funeral of former co-star Ted Knight, August 29, 1986. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Actresses Betty White Ludden, left, and Mary Tyler Moore, right, smile at each other in Los Angeles, Friday, June 22, 1985 during Annual Meeting of Morris Animal Foundation, at which Ludden announced her retirement as President of the animal health group, held at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore is all smiles as she talks with reporters at a news conference in Los Angeles, Friday, June 21, 1985 where it was announced that she will be starring in a new comedy series for CBS this fall. The show, tentatively titled “Mary” will feature Moore as a Chicago newspaper columnist who solves her reader’s problems. (AP Photo/Lennox McLendon)

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Clint Eastwood, center, lauded, Sunday, Dec. 8, 1985 in Hollywood as the Most Newsworthy Star of the Year by the Hollywood Women’s Press Club, shares fruits with Ron Howard and Mary Tyler Moore. More was one of the 45th annual award presenters and Howard was honored with the Louella Parson Award for presenting the best image of the entertainment industry. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore greets Ben Vereen at night, Tuesday, April 17, 1985 in New York’s Roseland Ballroom during a party for the cast of “Grind”. Vereen is one of the stars of the Broadway musical, which opened Tuesday night at the Mark Hellinger Theatre. (AP Photo/Frankie Ziths)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore arrives for the 56th annual Academy Awards show in Los Angeles, Monday, April 9, 1984. Miss Moore is scheduled to present the award to the winner in the Best Supporting Actor category. With Miss Moore is her husband Dr. Alan Levine. (AP Photo)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore, 45, and her fiance, Dr. S. Richard Levine, 29, dance at tavern on the green, Nov. 9, 1983 in New York. They attended a party celebrating the opening of Bob Fosse’s film “star 80”. The couple plans to marry on November 23. (AP Photo/Dick Drew)

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Mary Tyler Moore and friend Dr. Robert Levine arrive at the Palace Theater in New York, Sunday, August 21, 1983 for the Broadway debut of “Le Cage Aux Folles.” (AP Photo/Rene Perez)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore is surrounded by cops and kids as she takes part in the National Dance Institute gala benefit at the Felt Forum, Monday, May 24, 1983 in New York. (AP Photo/Mario Suriani)

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Mary Tyler Moore performs at the Jacques D’Amboise National Dance Institute benefit, with school children performing original dances at Felt Forum, May 23, 1983. (AP Photo/Mario Suriani)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore, center, dances with a group of New York City policemen and school children, in New York, May 14, 1983. The group was rehearsing for the National Dance Institute’s upcoming “Event of the Year,” which opens at New York’s Felt Forum on May 23. (AP Photo/Mario Suriani)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore, a former dancer, joins ballerina Natalia Makarova backstage in New York, March 17, 1983, following a performance of the musical comedy “on Your Toes,” in which Makarova is making her Broadway debut. The production is directed by 95-year-old George Abbott. (AP Photo/G. Paul Burnett)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore, one of the stars of the new film “Six Weeks” from Universal, smiles as she arrives at the film’s charity premiere with guest Steve Martin, Monday, Dec. 7, 1982 in Los Angeles. Film also stars Dudley Moore. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore, center right, and her parents, Tyler, and Marge Moore, visit backstage with Gregory Hines, one of the stars of Broadway’s “Sophisticated Ladies,” Tuesday, July 8, 1981 in New York. The Moore had attended the show and came backstage to say hello at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater. (AP Photo/Frehm)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore reacts, Thursday, Feb. 12, 1981 in the Hasty Pudding Clubhouse, Cambridge, Mass., during ceremonies in which the Harvard theatrical organization named her its 1981 “woman of the year.” Looking on is club President Vinnie Marazito. Moore is holding a bouquet and a golden pudding pot symbolic of the award. (AP Photo/Benoit)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore walks past crowd outside the Los Angeles Music Center before the start of 53rd Academy Awards presentation, March 31, 1981. Ms. Moore is nominated for best actress for her work in “Ordinary People.” (AP Photo)

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Mary Tyler Moore, left, star of Broadway’s "Whose Life Is It Anyway?” poses with singer Judy Collins, June 2, 1980 in New York following the National Dance Institute’s “Event of the Year” benefit performance. The two women participated in the program along with about 300 youngsters from New York City and Westchester County schools. (AP Photo/David Bookstaver)

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Entertainer Mary Tyler Moore holds her Golden Globe Award, Saturday, Feb. 1, 1981 in Beverly Hills, California which she won for her role in the film “Ordinary People”. The drama collected the major honors scoring five including one for Moore for best actress in a motion picture. (AP Photo)

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Women's rights activist Gloria Steinem, left, joins former congresswoman Bella Abzug, center, and actress Mary Tyler Moore, right, during a meeting of women's rights leaders on Capitol Hill in Washington, Feb. 4, 1981. (AP Photo/John Duricka)

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Mary Tyler Moore is greeted by actor Tom Conti after opening, Sunday, Feb. 25, 1980 on Broadway in “whose life is it anyway?” in the role originally starring Conti as a paralyzed in a hospital after an auto accident. The play was rewritten for Ms. Moore to play the sculptor as a female lead. (AP Photo)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore, right, teams up with comedienne Lucille Ball at a party in New York, March 1, 1980, marking the departure of Miss Ball?s daughter, Lucie Arnaz, from the Broadway musical, ?They're Playing Our Song.? Miss Moore is currently starring on Broadway in the play, ?Whose Life Is It Anyway?? (AP Photo/Carlos Rene Perez)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore sits on a prop hospital bed in New York, Monday, Jan. 21, 1980 during rehearsal for her leading role in the upcoming Broadway play, “whose life is it anyway?” which originally starred Tom Conti. The play, which was re-written for Miss Moore involves a person confined to bed because of paralysis. (AP Photo/Frehm)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore filming “First You Cry” on Feb. 15, 1978 in New York City. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore, right, pats her hair into place, Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1978 prior to start of filming scene of “First You Cry,” in New York’s Rockefeller Center. At left is Betty Rollin, author of the book on which the film is based. Plot revolves about a woman who undergoes a mastectomy. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Mary Tyler Moore and Anthony Perkins in New York, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 1978 where they started filming “first you cry,” a movie for television in which they portray a husband and wife. The film, baced on a book by the same name written by Betty Rollin, concerns a woman who must undergo a mastectomy. The movie is to appear during fall on CBS-TV. (AP Photo)

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Mary Tyler Moore and Anthony Perkins in New York, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 1978 where they started filming “first you cry,” a movie for television in which they portray a husband and wife. The film, baced on a book by the same name written by Betty Rollin, concerns a woman who must undergo a mastectomy. The movie is to appear during fall on CBS-TV. (AP Photo)

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Actor Alan Alda, actress Mary Tyler Moore and actor Ed Asner hold one of the Television Critics Circle Awards presented them on Monday, April 11, 1977 at ceremonies in Los Angeles. Alda tied with Asner for achievement in comedy-male, while Mary Tyler Moore won for achievement in comedy-female. Ed Asner also won the supporting male acting award for his acting in “Roots.” (AP Photo)

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Mary Tyler Moore and Dick Van Dyke , March 8, 1977 at the International Radio and TV Society Dinner honoring John A. Schneider, President of CBS. (AP Photo/Norcia)

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Mary Tyler Moore attends a reception in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 7, 1976. with her husband, Grant Tinker, before she was honored by the Hollywood chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievement? in the industry. (AP Photo)

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US actresses Mary Tyler Moore, left, Cloris Leachman, center, and Valerie Harper are not only talented cast members of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show", they also contributed to the successful breakthrough of a new style of series in which the old situation comedy hang-ups about women are gone. (AP Photo)

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Members of the “Mary Tyler Moore Show” pose with their Emmys backstage, Monday, May 18, 1976 at the 28th annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. From left are, Ed Asner, who plays the news director on the show but won his Emmy for his role in “Rich Man Poor Man"; Betty White, supporting actress; Ms. Moore for best actress in a comedy show and Ted Knight for supporting actor. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

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Mary Tyler Moore and Alan Alda, the brass-taunting Army surgeon of “M*A*S*h*” smile as they pose with the Emmys they won in Los Angeles as best actress and actor of a series, May 28, 1974. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)

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Arriving for the 25th Annual Emmy Awards telecast, May 20, 1973 at the Shubert Theater in Los Angeles are Mary Tyler Moore star of the “Mary Tyler Moore show” and her husband a NBC Vice President, Grant Tinker. (AP Photo)

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Mary Tyler Moore at Television Academy’s Emmy awards, May 14, 1972. (AP Photo)

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Mary Tyler Moore and Jack Klugman hold the Emmys they were awarded at the Television Academy’s annual awards presentations for best actress and actor of a comedy series in Los Angeles, May 20, 1973. Miss Moore won hers for the “Mary Tyler Moore Show” and Klugman for “The Odd Couple. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)

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Robert Wagner, in one of the more active scenes from the motion picture ?Don?t Just Stand There,? rips off his shirt to get at the special vest containing watch parts he is smuggling on August 8, 1967. The various alarms, in the film, have begun going off and, to prevent detection, he tries to turn them all off. (AP Photo)

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Mary Tyler Moore and husband Grant Tinker arriving for Emmy Awards, May 22, 1966 in Hollywood, Los Angles. (AP Photo/DFS/HPM)

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Mary Tyler Moore and Dick Van Dyke pose together following a press conference announcing their reunion in a new television adaptation of the play, "The Gin Game," part of the drama series "PBS Hollywod Presents," in Los Angeles' Hollywood district Thursday, Jan. 9, 2003. The production marks the first time that Moore and Van Dyke have acted together since their original teaming in the classic comedy series "The Dick Van Dyke Show" in the 1960s. The show is set to air in Spring, 2003. (AP Photo/stf)

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Mary Tyler Moore, international chair of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, takes part in a juvenile diabetes event on Capitol Hill Monday, June 20, 2005, where she talked about the Children's Congress, which begins Tuesday, June 21. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)

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Mary Tyler Moore reacts as she holds the engraved pudding pot presented to her, Thursday, Feb. 13, 1981 in Cambridge, Mass., for winning Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ Woman of the Year award. Before receiving the award, Ms. Moore rode in an open car behind a banner proclaiming “Hail Mary” in a parade with a band and costumed members of the cast of the new Hasty Pudding show. (AP Photo/Benoit)

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TV news commentator Walter Cronkite, right, meets with actor Ted Baxter and actress Mary Tyler Moore as he makes an appearance at the "Mary Tyler Moore Show," in Los Angeles, Calif., on February 4, 1974. (AP Photo) )

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Mary Tyler Moore holds her Emmys at the 26th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Ca., on May 28, 1974. Moore won best actress of the year in a comedy series and best actress in a television series for her role in the "Mary Tyler Moore Show." (AP Photo)

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore is joined by her husband, Grant Tinker, in celebrating the taping of the 100th "Mary Tyler Moore Show" at CBS in Los Angeles, Ca. in June 1974. Tinker is the president and Moore is chairman of MTM Enterprises. (AP Photo)

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Participants in the television comedy series "The Dick Van Dyke Show" pose with their awards at the 16th Annual Emmy Awards in Hollywood, Ca. on May 25, 1964. Left to right are: Richard Deacon; Mary Tyler Moore, Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Series, Lead; Dick Van Dyke, Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Series, Lead; Sheldon Leonard, producer of the show, which was named best comedy series; Carl Reiner, Outstanding Writing Achievement in a Series; and Jerry Paris, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy. (AP Photo)

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