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The Bob Newhart Show

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The Bob Newhart Show
The Bob Newhart Show
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1:16 The Bob Newhart Show

Awards

  • 1978 - Emmy - Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series - nominated
  • 1977 - Emmy - Outstanding Comedy Series - nominated
  • 1977 - Emmy - Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series - nominated
  • 1976 - Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy - nominated

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Suzanne Pleshette
Emily Hartley
Jack Riley
Elliot Carlin
Florida Friebus
Mrs. Bakerman

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