Betty White was the unlikely entertainment story of the year, but it reminded all of us how much she’s been a part of the cultural fabric. No matter your age, you’re probably familiar with and appreciative of White, from The Mary Tyler Moore Show to Password to The Golden Girls. But she’s been on TV long before that, appearing on experimental closed-circuit broadcasts in the 1930s (TV before it was TV), and this, her first TV sitcom, the glacially-paced Life With Elizabeth, for which she won an Emmy.
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