Source: Moore’s iconic tam-o’- shanter toss; the team at WJM, the TV station that saw the bulk of the action on The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

CBS HAS BEEN BLESSED WITH A PHALANX OF funny women who rank high among the original queens of comedy: Lucille Ball, Ann Sothern, Audrey Meadows, Carol Burnett and, of course, Mary Tyler Moore.

Moore, who died in January at age of . And, of course, she was an inspiration to two generations of women who patterned their careers—and their wardrobes—after her real and onscreen personas.

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