CTVA US Comedy - "Maude" (NormanLear/CBS)(1972-78) starring Beatrice Arthur

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Spin-off from All In The Family (Norman Lear/CBS)(1971-79) starring Carroll O'Connor  
Maude (1972-78)
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Maude (season 1) (CBS) (1972-1973)
Maude (season 2) (CBS) (1973-1974)
Maude (season 3) (CBS) (1974-1975)
Maude (season 4) (CBS) (1975-1976)
Maude (season 5) (CBS) (1976-1977)
Maude (season 6) (CBS) (1977-1978)
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MAUDE
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Norman Lear-Bud Yorkin-Tandem Production
for
CBS 
Executive Producer Norman Lear and Bud Yorkin
Produced by Charlie Hauck (season 6 verified)

US Situation Comedy series 1972-78   141 episodes x 30 min Color Videotape
(12Sep72-29Apr78)
Starring:
Beatrice Arthur as Maude Findlay (1972-1978)
Bill Macy as Walter Findlay (1972-1978)
Adrienne Barbeau as Carol (1972-1978)
Brian Morrison as Phillip #1 (1972-1977)
Kraig Metzinger as Phillip #2 (1977-1978)
Conrad Bain as Dr. Arthur Harmon (1972-1978)
Rue McClanahan as Vivian Cavender Harmon (1972-1978)
Esther Rolle as Florida Evans (1972-1974)
John Amos as Henry Evans (1973-1974)
Fred Grandy as Chris (1973-1974)
Hermione Baddeley as Mrs. Nell Naugatuck (1974-1977)
J. Pat O'Malley as Bert Beasley (1975-1977)
Marlene Warfield as Victoria Butterfield (1977-1978)

Premise:
Spin-off from
All In The Family (Norman Lear/CBS)(1971-79) starring Carroll O'Connor
Bea Arthur plays Archie Bunker's cousin Maude Findlay, a loud, liberal,
middle-aged woman living with her fourth husband in suburban Tuckahoe.

Beatrice Arthur:
After twenty-five years in theater, Bea Arthur became a television sensation
as "Maude." She began her acting career in the late '40s, and by the '60s
had won a Tony Award for her role in the Broadway musical "Mame." Although
she had early appearances on television, it was her guest spot as Edith Bunker's
outspoken cousin on "All In the Family" that made her a television star.
Ms. Arthur's second series was the short-lived "Amanda's," which was based
on the English comedy "Faulty Towers." Her next series was the wildly popular
"Golden Girls," (1985-92) where she played the mellower-than-Maude "Dorothy Zbornak for
7 seasons. She was the recipient of nine Emmy nominations, and won one each
for her two most famous roles (1972 for "Maude" and 1988 for "The Golden Girls.")

Theme "And then there's Maude"
composed by Marilyn Bergman, Alan Bergman, & Dave Grusin
sung by Donny Hathaway

Videos -  Beatrice Arthur - Archive Interview (5pt) Pt 1 - Pt 2 - Pt 3 - Pt 4 - Pt 5 
 Video -  Bea Arthur - Archive Interview Excerpt on "Maude" 
 Video -
Beatrice Arthur -- On "Maude", comedy, and her legacy ( 2001)

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