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Now that all 10 seasons of " Friends " are available to stream, we've found 6 classic episodes guaranteed to make you laugh. Watch the video. The half-hour talk show titled "Girl Talk", which ran from until ,and lasted for eight years in first-run syndication was basically the forefather of all of the morning talk shows and if you wanted to know where the precessdor to today's "The View" originated,it came from this show. It was nothing more than three celebrity women,led by opinionated Virginia Graham and her panel of experts which included Peggy Hoffman and Florence Henderson later on of "The Brady Bunch" fame.
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Virginia Graham, 86, Popular Host of Early Television Talk Shows
Virginia Graham; Pioneer of Daytime TV Talk Shows - Los Angeles Times
Virginia Graham , born Virginia Komiss , July 4, — December 22,   was an American daytime television talk show host from the mids to the mids. On television, Graham hosted the syndicated programs Food for Thought — ,  Girl Talk , which debuted in January and ran until ; and The Virginia Graham Show — Graham was born and raised in Chicago. Her father, an immigrant from Germany, became a successful businessman who owned the Komiss department store chain  She graduated from the private Francis Parker School in Chicago, and in , received her degree from the University of Chicago , where she had studied anthropology. She later got a master's degree in Journalism from Northwestern University.
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Virginia Graham; Pioneer of Daytime TV Talk Shows
Virginia Graham, who went from writing radio soap operas in the 's to becoming one of the most successful and enduring of the early television talk show hosts, died on Tuesday in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit of New York Hospital in Manhattan. She was 86 and lived in Manhattan. Starting in the 's when she succeeded Margaret Truman as hostess of NBC Radio's ''Weekday'' series, in which she was teamed with Mike Wallace, she quickly became known for her spontaneity, irreverence and her ability to get good interviews from those who appeared on her shows. For two decades, she presided over television talk shows including ''Food for Thought'' from to ; ''Girl Talk'' ; and ''The Virginia Graham Show'' In its heyday it drew an average audience of 2 million who tuned in five days a week to watch Miss Graham interview the most celebrated women of the day, including Olivia de Havilland, Pearl S.
She was a talk show host with a difference. For one thing she was a woman - there weren't many female TV hosts at the time outside of the locals - for another she had a larger than life personality that was made for television. As a 16 year old she was actually the first person to stumble across the St.