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    Friends in Nebraska followed Sandy’s career closely. In the photo from KOLN TV, Sandy is interviewed by local broadcaster Wayne West. Later, she is pictured on the Tonight Show with James Garner. The other TV interviews are not identified. submitted by Marlys Ballard

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    Friends in Nebraska followed the career of Sandy Dennis closely. In the photo from KOLN TV, Sandy is interviewed by local broadcaster Wayne West. Later, she is pictured on the Tonight Show with James Garner. The other TV interviews are not identified. submitted by Marlys Ballard

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