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The Mary Tyler Moore Show

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The Mary Tyler Moore Show: Season 5
The Mary Tyler Moore Show: Season 5

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  • 1979 - People's Choice Awards - Favorite Female TV Performer - winner
  • 1978 - People's Choice Awards - Favorite Female TV Performer - winner
  • 1977 - Emmy - Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - nominated
  • 1977 - Emmy - Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - nominated

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Mary Tyler Moore
Mary Richards
Gavin MacLeod
Murray Slaughter
Edward Asner
Lou Grant

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