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(The Hollywood Reporter)   Allan Burns, the man who helped created Mary Tyler Moore, Lou Grant, and My Mother the Car, has passed at 85   ( divider line
    More: Sad, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Allan Burns, Mary Tyler Moore, Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS comedy, portfolio of his work, Bullwinkle Show, Chris Hayward  
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TWX [TotalFark]
2021-01-31 11:25:00 PM  
I guess two out of three ain't bad.
2021-02-01 1:39:23 AM  
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"Say goodnight, Gracie."

2021-02-01 7:16:41 AM  
Reading that obit, that guy had an amazing career.  Fractured Fairy Tales, creator of Cap'n Crunch, even his stinkers like The Duck Factory are pretty well-know.
2021-02-01 8:10:52 AM  

TWX: I guess two out of three ain't bad.

I guess you missed the "... also can make the claim that he discovered Jim Carrey."
2021-02-01 12:41:31 PM  
Rest in peace. Many have trod in the footprints you created.
2021-02-01 8:44:19 PM  
Worth a watch: https://interviews.televisiona​cademy.c​om/interviews/allan-burns

That web site has a whole bunch of interviews about television shows that are completely engrossing.
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