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Some articles on ann landers:

Chicago Sun-Times - The 1980s
... In February 1987, the popular syndicated advice column Ask Ann Landers (commonly known as the "Ann Landers" column and written at that point by Eppie Lederer) left the Sun-Times after 31 years to jump to the ... Ruth Crowley, who had been the original Ann Landers columnist from 1943 until 1955 ...
Ask Ann Landers
... Ann Landers was a pen name created by Chicago Sun-Times advice columnist Ruth Crowley in 1943 and taken over by Eppie Lederer in 1955 ... For 56 years, the Ask Ann Landers syndicated advice column was a regular feature in many newspapers across North America ... Due to this popularity, 'Ann Landers', though fictional, became something of a national institution and cultural icon ...
Dear Abby - In Popular Culture
... original version of "The Chanukah Song", by Adam Sandler, contains the line "We got Ann Landers, and her sister Dear Abby", a reference to the Jewish heritage of the twins ... is a reference in the first few minutes to both Dear Abby and Ask Ann Landers by Clarissa (Melissa Joan Hart.) On the show Total Drama Island, in the episode "The Sucky Outdoors" when LeShawna ... by Gene Cotton contains the line "I wrote to Ann Landers and Dear Aby too" Chuck Palahniuk's book Fight Club features an allusion to Dear Abby regarding the Mortician's wife who wrote in asking about her ...

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