1970 - 1977 CAREER GAL Mary Tyler Moore's character — a single working woman in her who wasn't desperate to settle down with a fella — offered American women a much-needed role model. Maybe we could make it after all. Hats in the air, everyone!
The Mary Tyler Moore Show - An American television sitcom created by James L. Brooks and Allan Burns that aired on CBS from 1970 to The program was a television breakthrough, with the first never-married, independent career woman as the central character.
Mary Tyler Moore Show theme song "Who can turn the world on with her smile.who can take a nothing day and suddenly make all seem worth while, well it's you girl and you should know it. With each glance and every little moment you show it".
Mary Tyler Moore - I wanted to grow up to be Mary Richards so badly. She was one of my strongest role models. And what it made it even better was the MTM was a really strong woman behind the whole series!
As Mary Richards, Mary Tyler Moore embodied the original working girl, with a wardrobe of pleated mini skirts, shift dresses and pantsuits to match—don't forget the elegantly-tied silk scarf to complete the look.