Mary tyler Moore show question

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  1. webmeist

    webmeist Auditioning

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    Can someone answer a MTM trivia question for me?
    Often I have seen that somewhere in the opening credits/
    intro to the MTM show there exists a scene where
    she is shown having lunch with Grant Tinker (her then husband).
    I have been watching the free tv shows on MSN
    but nowhere do I see her having lunch.
    Could this scene have been cut out?
    Anybody know?
    Thanks so much.
    Good week, all!
    webmeist
     
  2. george kaplan

    george kaplan Executive Producer

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    They're eating upstairs in a mall or something. It's not on all of the seasons, and I don't recall which ones have it at the moment.
     
  3. Mary_P

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    I think it started with the second season. One of the extras in the second season set is a 1973 documentary, similar to something you might see now on CBS Sunday Morning, called "Moore on Sunday." It shows a lot of the filming of the second season credits, and I think it includes the shot you're talking about.
     
  4. JohnMor

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    It started with the fourth season, when they revamped the opening credits. The doc about the new credits, "Moore on Sunday" is indeed on the second season set as Mary_P pointed out, but the new credits were done for the fourth season.
     
  5. 70sTVlover

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    I am often wondering whether to blind buy this show or not... I like Cheers Seinfeld and Frasier and a load of other 70's cop shows..
     

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