Tyrone Daily Herald
Television In Review
July 17, 1975
“We have made her an offer,” the spokesman confirmed, “now, it’s up to her.”
The spokesman declined to discuss the terms of the offer.
Miss Midler has risen from a cult following in a Manhattan steambath to successes on Broadway and television with her outrageous style of song and dance. Her first top seller was a parody of the Andrews’ Sister hit of the 1940’s “The Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy from Company C.”