Monday May 13
What Would 'Murphy Brown' Be Doing Today?
"Murphy Brown" was one of the preeminent sitcoms of the 1990s. The show, which starred Candice Bergen as the title investigative journalist and anchor, was a huge hit for CBS, and had a major cultural impact.
Monday May 13
'Murphy Brown' Writers: Candice Bergen, Jon Stewart Would Have a Fling in 2013
From left: Gary Dontzig , Korby Siamis , Norm Gunzenhauser , creator Diane English , Tom Seeley , Tom Palmer , Russ Woody and Steven Peterman Twenty-five years after Murphy Brown premiered, eight members of the writing staff gathered for the first time in years.
Candice Bergen's Style Transformation
Candice Bergen, 19-year-old daughter of ventriloquist Edgar Bergen perches on her father's knee in a Los Angeles Superior Cout where she won Judicial approval August 12,1965 of a six-year contract with Columbia Pictures.
Candice Bergen: Celeb dad subject of film
The big-screen project will tell the story of Bergen's dad and his ventriloquist's dummy that became an unlikely celebrity, spokeswoman Heidi Schaeffer said.
Candice Bergen producing film on her famed father
This Sept. 30, 1978 file photo shows dummy Charlie McCarthy crossing his legs on the lap of actress Candice Bergen as her father, ventriloquist Edgar Bergen, points at Caesar's Palace Hotel in Las Vegas at Edgar Bergen's farewell performance before his intended retirement.