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Rachel King on Joyce Brothers's Win on the $64,000 Challenge, 2015

This Week in History: On October 27, 1957, Joyce Brothers won the $64,000 Challenge with an obscure question on boxing. Rachel King discusses how Brothers leveraged her media success to become one of the first pop psychologists, paving the way for everyone from Dr. Ruth to Dr. Phil.
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This Week in History: On October 27, 1957, Joyce Brothers won the $64,000 Challenge with an obscure question on boxing. Rachel King discusses how Brothers leveraged her media success to become one of the first pop psychologists, paving the way for everyone from Dr. Ruth to Dr. Phil.

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Estelle Getty, 1985

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Actress and comedian Estelle Getty (1923 – 2008) in 1985.

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Actress and comedian Estelle Getty (1923 – 2008) in 1985.

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Steve Benson on the Birth of "Mama" Cass Elliot

This Week in History: on September 19, 1943, Mama Cass Elliot was born. Steve Benson recalls how much Mama Cass brought to the Mamas and the Papas, and how the band helped define a generation.
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This Week in History: on September 19, 1943, Mama Cass Elliot was born. Steve Benson recalls how much Mama Cass brought to the Mamas and the Papas, and how the band helped define a generation.

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Steve Benson on Judith Crist

This Week in History: On August 7, 2012, noted film critic Judith Crist died. Steve Benson recalls her lifelong passion for the movies despite her fearsome reputation.
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This Week in History: On August 7, 2012, noted film critic Judith Crist died. Steve Benson recalls her lifelong passion for the movies despite her fearsome reputation.

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Rachel King on Shari Lewis, 2015

This Week in History: On August 2, 1998, children's television mainstay Shari Lewis died. Rachel King discusses why Lewis's most famous creation, Lamb Chop, continues to have such enduring appeal.
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This Week in History: On August 2, 1998, children's television mainstay Shari Lewis died. Rachel King discusses why Lewis's most famous creation, Lamb Chop, continues to have such enduring appeal.

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