Maude (1972 - 1978)


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The popular---at times controversial---`All in the Family' spin-off headlined by the anti-Archie Bunker: the indomitable, outspoken and passionately liberal Maude Findlay. Politics, of course, was a heated topic in many episodes. But the most memorable ones addressed such social issues as alcoholism, mental illness and abortion with intelligence and compassion. Bea Arthur received Emmy nominations for several years, finally winning in the 1976-77 season as Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series.

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1977, CBS, 24 episodes

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1976, CBS, 24 episodes

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1975, CBS, 24 episodes

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1974, CBS, 23 episodes

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1973, CBS, 24 episodes

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1972, CBS, 22 episodes


Bea Arthur
as Maude Findlay
Bill Macy
as Walter Findlay
Adrienne Barbeau
as Carol Traynor
Conrad Bain
as Dr. Arthur Harmon
Rue McClanahan
as Vivian Cavender Harmon
Brian Morrison
as Phillip Traynor
Esther Rolle
as Florida Evans
John Amos
as Henry Evans
Hermione Baddeley
as Mrs. Nell Naugatuck
J. Pat O'Malley
as Bert Beasley
Marlene Warfield
as Victoria Butterfield
Gene Blakely
as Analyst
Dennis Burkley
as Eddie Hanks
Henry Fonda
as Henry Fonda
as Francie
John Korkes
as Officer
John Wayne
as John Wayne
Judith Lowry
as Aunt Polly
Queenie Smith
as Mrs. Shubeck
Don Sherman
as Greenblatt
Terry Kiser
as Reggie Warshaw
Allan Miller
as Lambert
James Olson
as Sen. Myers
Conrad Janis
as Lyle Bellamy
Bella Bruck
as Aunt Tinkie
Nolan Bell
as Picket
Joey Faye
as Mousie
Ralph Wilcox
as Hinkley
Alice Ghostley
as Hazel Hathaway
John Byner
as Marshall Keebler
Tom Pedi
as Bungay
Liam Sullivan
as Jeremy Hubbard
Priscilla Morrill
as Mrs. Bungay
Moses Gunn
as Rev. Buick
Louis Welch
as Student
Eugene Roche
as Albie Doyle
Philip Sterling
as Det. Bronson
Roger Bowen
as Ritchie Myers
Arny Freeman
as MacDonald
Dick Van Patten
as Gordon Coleman
Jack Dodson
as Rev. Harper
Noreen Gammill
as Cleaning Woman
Donald T. Beddoe
as Judge Moffit
Logan Ramsey
as Avery Potter
Charles Lane
as Dr. Pritchard
Abraham Alvarez
as Off. Lopez
Robert DoQui
as Det. Kennedy
Richard McMurray
as Malcolm Flanagan
Phyllis Avery
as Shirley Coleman
Margaret Aikens
as Rachel Winters
Eve Arden
as Aunt Lola
Michael Keaton
as Chip Morgan
Mary Louise Wilson
as Congresswoman MacIlhaney
Jeff Altman
as President Carter
Georgi Irene
as Baby Salli
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Sep 12, 1972
Genre: Comedy
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