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Not So Dumb: The Life and Career of Marie Wilson

by Charles Tranberg

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Marie Wilson is best remembered today as the daffy, not so bright, yet lovable Irma Peterson from the long running radio show My Friend Irma.
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[From back cover]:  Marie Wilson always dreamed of being a star and from a very early age she did all she could to achieve her goal.  She created a persona which became one of the most beloved in the history of radio - that of the pea-brained, but lovable Irma Petersen on the long running radio show My Friend Irma.  But in her real life Marie Wilson was anything but dumb.
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