Mary Starr, popular host of WATE’s Homemaker Show for many years beginning in the ‘50s, cooked and sometimes interviewed celebrities, like Knoxville’s own diva, the Met soprano Mary Costa, about the time she provided the voice for Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty.

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Mary Starr, popular host of WATE’s Homemaker Show for many years beginning in the ‘50s, cooked and sometimes interviewed celebrities, like Knoxville’s own diva, the Met soprano Mary Costa, about the time she provided the voice for Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty.

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