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Mike Myers on "Coffee Talk"

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Linda Richmond (Mike Myers) gets farklemt during "coffee talk" on SNL.

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Linda Richmond (Mike Myers) gets farklemt during "coffee talk" on SNL.

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A folk singer with a gift for turning formerly up-tempo tunes like “Dream a Little Dream of Me,” into unforgettable torch songs, Cass Elliot helped define the sound of her generation as a member of the Mamas and the Papas.

Judith Crist, 2006

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Judith Crist in 2006.
Courtesy of The Archive of American Television.
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Judith Crist in 2006.
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Marcy Syms

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Marcy Syms.
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Marcy Syms.

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Bess Myerson

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Actress, writer, and philanthropist, Bess Myerson (1924-2014).

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Actress, writer, and philanthropist, Bess Myerson (1924-2014).

Lili Darvas, 1922

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Lili Anna Darvas in 1922.
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Lili Anna Darvas in 1922.

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Selma Diamond

Long before her final role as the grouchy bailiff on Night Court, Selma Diamond earned a reputation behind the scenes as a brilliant, salty comedy writer for some of the best shows on radio and television.

Lili Darvas

Lili Darvas earned praise for acting both classic and modern roles with great dramatic range and, as critic Harold Clurman put it, “the dignity of sound human instincts.”

Gail Berman

Gail Berman made history as part of the youngest team of producers in Broadway history before becoming a television executive known for her genius in picking hit shows and turning failing networks around.

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