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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • STAY ONE JUMP AHEAD OF TROUBLE, 1945

Table Reading: 1963

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Table Reading: 1963

Another visit to faux New Rochelle: Mary Tyler Moore with Carl Reiner, left, and Jerry Paris on the "Dick Van Dyke Show" set in 1963. Photo by Earl Theisen for the article "America's Favorite TV Wife" in Look magazine. View full size.

Alan Brady

Was bald ???

She never dreamed

One day she'd be saying week after week, "Oh, Mister Graaaant!"

Brand preference

Looks like Pall Mall for Mary (or Carl) and Kent for Jerry (or Mary).

For Those Who Wonder

Jerry Paris, after filling teeth in New Rochelle for a time (okay, maybe I am confusing him with his role), became a highly successful TV ("Happy Days," "The Odd Couple") and film director/producer. Sadly, he died relatively young (60) in 1986.

[He already was a successful TV director - of The Dick Van Dyke Show; over half the episodes. -tterrace]

 
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