FILE - In this Feb. 2, 1980 file photo, co-editor Mike Wallace, left, interviews composer Leonard Bernstein during taping of a part of CBS-TV's "60 Minutes," in New York, in a program set to air four days before a revival of the composer's "West Side Story" that opens on Broadway. Wallace, the dogged, merciless reporter and interviewer who took on politicians, celebrities and other public figures in a 60-year career highlighted by the on-air confrontations that helped make "60 Minutes" the most successful primetime television news program ever, has died. He was 93. (AP Photo, File) NO SALES

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FILE - In this Feb. 2, 1980 file photo, co-editor Mike Wallace, left, interviews composer Leonard Bernstein during taping of a part of CBS-TV's "60 Minutes," in New York, in a program set to air four days before a revival of the composer's "West Side Story" that opens on Broadway. Wallace, the dogged, merciless reporter and interviewer who took on politicians, celebrities and other public figures in a 60-year career highlighted by the on-air confrontations that helped make "60 Minutes" the most successful primetime television news program ever, has died. He was 93. (AP Photo, File) NO SALES
FILE - In this Feb. 2, 1980 file photo, co-editor Mike Wallace, left, interviews composer Leonard Bernstein during taping of a part of CBS-TV's "60 Minutes," in New York, in a program set to air four days before a revival of the composer's "West Side Story" that opens on Broadway. Wallace, the dogged, merciless reporter and interviewer who took on politicians, celebrities and other public figures in a 60-year career highlighted by the on-air confrontations that helped make "60 Minutes" the most successful primetime television news program ever, has died. He was 93. (AP Photo, File) NO SALES
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