The Press: What's Whose Line?

"It's absolutely hysterical," exclaimed Dorothy Kilgallen. "Imagine two papers writing me up at the same time. I can hardly wait for the Christian Science Monitor to jump into the act." Last week the New York Post began a less-than-loving series about Dorothy, star of the Hearst empire, as headline reporter, gos sip columnist ("Voice of Broadway"), television personality (What's My Line?), radio chatterist (Breakfast with Dorothy and Dick] and homemaker (a husband, three children and a 22-room Manhattan town house). That same day Dorothy's own New York Journal-American began a two-part story...

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