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  • Actors: Mary Tyler Moore, Valerie Harper, Elon Gold, Christine Ebersole, Bethany Joy Lenz
  • Directors: Barnet Kellman
  • Writers: Katie Ford
  • Producers: Mary Tyler Moore, Cecilia Kate Roque, Susan B. Landau
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Unknown
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Studio Works
  • DVD Release Date: April 20, 2004
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000AZKKP
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,439 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Mary and Rhoda" on IMDb

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Mary and Rhoda from television’s The Mary Tyler Moore Show are finally reunited. Mary returns to her native New York City following the death of her Congressman husband in a rock climbing accident. Similarly, Rhoda returns to New York City from Paris where she has just recently left and divorced her husband, Jean Pierre. Both Mary and Rhoda are trying to deal with their college-aged daughters. Mary’s daughter Rose is a student at New York University and Rhoda’s Meredith is pre-med at Columbia. They now face the challenges of motherhood and reestablishing their careers in a very difficult time. Once again, Mary and Rhoda take on these challenges by trusting their intuition with that distinct sense of humor and sophistication they made famous in the original television series.

Customer Reviews

As bad as everyone says it is.
whiteside
Now, I love Mary Tyler Moore, but the more interesting reunion would have been between Valerie Harper and Julie Kavner.
Joseph Johnson
And when Mary got her own show, I was in TV heaven every Saturday night.
Chad Williams

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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Johnson on November 12, 2004
Format: DVD
Personally, I think that "Rhoda" is an even better than "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," so this reunion special was my chance to see Rhoda, from the "Rhoda" show, back after her series ended in 1978.

Now, I was disappointed in how Rhoda married some French jerk despite Mary's advice not to. Anybody who loves the "Rhoda" show knows that Rhoda got to a place in 1978 where she did not need to marry just any man, certainly not a player that she should be able to see a mile away. The character had grown to enjoy her own company, and now she needed a man, and I mean any man, all over again. It just was not honest, and it was a slap in the face to "Rhoda" show fans. Now, I love Mary Tyler Moore, but the more interesting reunion would have been between Valerie Harper and Julie Kavner. Obviously, they were even more magical together. Still, all in all, both Harper and Moore were very entertaining and I do love these women together. Harper was her wonderful offbeat self with her crazy cheese dinner and wild religion search, and that Mare sure has spunk.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Robert Johnson on March 29, 2004
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I've loved the freindship between Mary Richards and Rhoda Morgenstern since the 70's. I am a huge fan of both "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Rhoda." And I was looking forward to the ABC TV series that was going to bring these gals back together again in a 1/2 hr. situation comedy, since that never happend, a reunion took place in a 2 hr. TV Movie instead. I loved it! It was great to catch up with both of their lives and I was surprised to discover they had a falling out and hadn't spoken to each other in years. Due to the recent events in their lifes, both Mary and Rhoda were in need of each others company and by chance run into each other in New York City. I thought the writing and storyline was done very well. The scenes filmed around NYC were very appropriate and the humor was right on. I was not disappointed but rather overjoyed to see these two beautiful characters back in action--and looking very well I might add. An added bonus was seeing that Mary and Rhoda each have college aged daughters and the four of them meet for the first time. I'd love to see more of them together and I think the TV series would have worked. If you haven't seen this movie it is worth the purchase price. I just hope more seasons of the MTM show will be released on DVD to satisfy my Mary & Rhoda hungar. Keep them coming!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Shanley on March 23, 2006
Format: DVD
I have to say I was very disappointed with this film and I love Mary Tyler Moore and Valerie Harper.

It starts off great with flashbacks of Rhoda and Mary Richards,then there is no mention of the other cast of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show",Lou,Ted,Phyllis,or Sue-Ann.

They both now have a daughter each,and then the film gets very heavy and could easily just be another movie of the week.

Its just a shame that none of the orginal writers of "The Mary Tyler Moore",Treva Silverman and Allan Burns weren't involved.

I hope a better reunion movie of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"/"Rhoda" is made.
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32 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Chad Williams on February 12, 2005
Format: DVD
Let me start by saying that Mary Tyler Moore was my first crush. Oh, why can't all moms look and act like Laura Petrie from the Dick Van Dyke Show?, I thought. Younger than most moms, curvy, with big brown eyes, a rarity on TV. Keep starchy

Mrs. Cleaver, her pleated dress and her earrings, I adored Mary Tyler Moore. And when Mary got her own show, I was in TV heaven every Saturday night. Mary was just as perky and cute on her own as she was with Dick Van Dyke, but now funnier, more hip, and her own comedic flair brought out the best in her supporting cast. But that was then, this is now.

I'll digress a moment. Henry Fonda, a national institution for the Grapes of Wrath, The Oxbow Incident and Advise and Consent, among many other great films, once explained why he made the 1960s stinker "Sex and the Single Girl." He said an actor needs to do SOMETHING periodically to keep in the public eye so people don't forget. Very true, the public does have a tiny little memory. Come to think of it, why did we invade Iraq again?

This rationale must be the explanation why Mary Tyler Moore made the Godawful "Mary and Rhoda" - she was afraid if she didn't do something the public would desert her faster than you can say Pinky Toscadero.

The thin plot of the show is not even worth mentioning, but I'll report that the most shocking thing about "Mary and Rhoda" is not what you'll find out about Mary Richards. It is what you'll find out about Mary Tyler Moore. She has no sense of humor. The first time around, under the the supervision of her then-husband and former NBC exec Grant Tinker, plus James (Terms of

Endearment) Brooks at the helm, she was in the right place at the right time.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Johnson on January 21, 2005
Format: DVD
This movie aired in February 2000 on ABC. Mary Tyler Moore and Valerie Harper were reunited in their roles from the 1970's sitcom of Mary Tyler Moore (MTM).

As a child, I wanted to grow up to be MTM ... strong, independent, just a very good person. I wanted to have friends who kept me entertained like Rhoda! While I didn't grow up to be Mary, I do have terrific "Rhodas" in my life.

It was really nice go back in time to a place with Mary and Rhoda, yet seeing that they too have the same problems in life that the rest of us do.

The one thing that was disappointing to me about this movie was: What was Lou now doing - was he still into news broadcasting? Where was Murray - Did he write that book? How was Georgette's life going since Ted passed away? Did Sue Ann ever find a man? "What ever happened to Phyllis and her daughter?

No one spends that much time of their life with mutual friends and not talk about them. Remember this? Remember that?? Why don't either of them ever ask about the others?

Instead, the movie focuses on Mary Richards' return to TV news and Rhoda's attempts of a new career as a photographer's assistant.

Much like sports teams and your job, there are main characters (Mary and Rhoda), but you have terrific team mates and support staff that complete you. Wish they would have remembered the whole cast was what made the show such a terrific success!

I hope they will release more seasons of the MTM on DVD. There is an abundance of people out there who would love to have this series on DVD!
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