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Rue McClanahan Thursday 29th October 2009 Opening night of the classic Broadway musical 'Finian's Rainbow' held at the St. James Theatre. New York City, USA

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Rue McClanahan and Betty White - Rue McClanahan, Betty White and Beatrice Arthur Santa Monica, California - The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' held at Barker Hanger - Arrivals Sunday 8th June 2008

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Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan and Betty White - Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan and Betty White Santa Monica, California - The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' - Arrivals held at Barker Hanger Sunday 8th June 2008

Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan and Betty White
Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan and Betty White
Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan and Betty White

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Rue McClanahan Sunday 8th June 2008 The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' - Arrivals held at Barker Hanger Santa Monica, California

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Rue McClanahan and Betty White - Rue McClanahan and Betty White Santa Monica, California - The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' - Arrivals held at Barker Hanger Sunday 8th June 2008

Maude: Season One Review


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One of the most controversial sitcoms of its era and still one of the most memorable for its strident political viewpoints, Maude probably never would have gotten on the air at all had it not been for its lineage. As the first spinoff of All in the Family and a pet project of Norman Lear, the king of TV comedy at the time, CBS had to give it a go, even if it wasn't sure what it was in for.

At a time when Vietnam still burned, Roe vs. Wade and the Equal Rights Amendment were in the headlines every day, and Watergate was warming up, Bea Arthur's unforgettable Maude Findlay, a harridan for the ages, became TV's most outspoken liberal voice, pleasing the left wing with her positions even as Archie Bunker was pleasing that same audience by demonstrating how distasteful right wingers could be. (It's amusing to imagine what Bill O'Reilly would say if Maude hit the airwaves today.)

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Starship Troopers Review


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Move over, John Waters. There's a new king of schlock in town, and he's got a much bigger budget.

The recent video release of last year's Starship Troopers reveals a master at work, comfortably at home in his truest of elements: cheesy action films. Paul Verhoeven is the master in question, the director of such fare as RoboCop and Basic Instinct--his last really successful film, in 1992. With a $95 million budget, Troopers eventually grossed a little over half that domestically, but it has done well enough overseas to ensure that, like Schwarzenegger in Verhoeven's Total Recall, he'll be back.

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