MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW, THE {GAG REEL} {FINAL SEASON} (TV)

Summary

This program features a series of outtakes from the final (1976-1977) season of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." Highlights include an original song about the merits of "Moore," sung by Ted Knight, Ed Asner and Gavin MacLeod; repeatedly-flubbed lines from Knight and others; a series of slapstick moments involving food, including a pie or two to the face; witty moments with Moore and Betty White; writer Stan Daniels' Yiddish-accented, "spoken-word" performance of "Old Man River" from the musical "Showboat," performed for the amused studio audience; and an affectionate moment of flowers and good-bye hugs from one of the final tapings.

Details

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  • RUNNING TIME: 0:11:15
  • COLOR/B&W: Color
  • CATALOG ID: B:65751
  • GENRE: Comedy
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Bloopers
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CREDITS

    • Ed Asner
    • Stan Daniels
    • Ted Knight
    • Gavin MacLeod
    • Mary Tyler Moore
    • Betty White