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This Jan. 15, 2008, file photo shows television news journalist Mike Wallace at the 2007 National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Awards Gala in New York. Wallace, famed for his tough interviews on "60 Minutes," has died, Saturday, April 7, 2012. He was 93.
Barbara Walters and Mike Wallace pose for photographers before the start of a gala for The Museum of Television and Radio in New York, Thursday, Feb. 4, 1999.
This May 8, 2006 file photo shows Mike Wallace, veteran CBS " 60 Minutes" correspondent, waiting in a hallway near his office to see a colleague in New York, Monday May 8, 2006. Wallace, famed for his tough interviews on "60 Minutes," has died, Saturday, April 7, 2012. He was 93.
This May 8, 2006 file photo shows Mike Wallace, longtime CBS "60 Minutes" correspondent, during an interview at his office in New York. Wallace, famed for his tough interviews on "60 Minutes," has died, Saturday, April 7, 2012. He was 93.
In this Feb. 12, 1957 file photo, actor Errol Flynn, left, and television host Mike Wallace are shown before NBC's "The Big Surprise" TV quiz show, in New York.
Mike Wallace, "60 Minutes" correspondent, laughs during an interview at his office in New York, Monday May 8, 2006.

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Mike Wallace laughs in South Burlington, Vt., Monday, April 7, 2003.
CBS correspondent Mike Wallace leaves Federal Court in New York Feb. 20, 1985. Wallace was a defendant in a $120 million libel suit against CBS, eventually dropped by the plaintiff, Gen. William Westmoreland.
This 1968 photo released by CBS shows "60 Minutes" correspondents Harry Reasoner, left, and Mike Wallace, right, with creator and producer Don Hewitt on the set in New York.
CBS correspondent, Mike Wallace, leaves Federal Court at Foley Square in New York City on Oct. 12, 1984.
In this Sept. 13, 1962 file photo, Mike Wallace stands before his son Peter's grave as the casket is lowered at Kamari Village, Peloponnesus, Greece, after Peter Wallace fell to his death in a accident while climbing a steep mountain in Greece.
In this Oct. 15, 1984 file photo, CBS-TV Correspondent Mike Wallace, right, and producer George Crile, left, leave U.S. District Court in New York, after attending the trial of a libel suit brought by former Gen. William C. Westmoreland against CBS -TV.

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The Mike Wallace Down Syndrome voice technique. We tried this when our son Benny was getting upset. Well it worked,mike Wallace’s voice was like a soothing sound to Benny. He relaxed and just watched the screen. Then he ate a frosty chocolate cake and passed out on the sofa. He slept for 17 hours and we were delighted. Who ever thought of this was amazing. The voice will sooth them each time they year it. We at mikes voice any time we want to be alone and not listen to Benny ramble. He is out in 15 minutes and he sleeps as long as he hears the voice. We are thinking about seeing if we can have Benny sleep for 2 days. Well thank you whoever you are.