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- It's no wonder the initials of today's Stuff Old People Like #wcw are B.A. as she was a certified Bad Ass. I speak, of course, of Bea Arthur. Before her drama career, she was a truck driver and typist for the U.S.M.C. Women's Reserve during WW II. Discharged in 1944 with the rank of Sergeant, she let the lights of Broadway beckon. She had a number of roles throughout the 50's and 60's, including a role costarring in "Mame" with last week's #wcw, Angela Lansbury. The two hit it off and became "bosom buddies." It was in 1971, though, that her career brought her to television acclaim starring as Maude Findlay on All in the Family. Maude represented everything Bunker despised--an outspoken liberal feminist. TV executives loved the cut of her jib and quickly developed a starring vehicle for her. "Maude" was a show that brought to TV a number of hot button issues of the day--Vietnam, drug abuse, menopause, divorce, gay rights, women's liberation, spousal abuse, and in one controversial two-parter--abortion. In "Maude's Dilemma," Maude finds herself dealing with a late-life pregnancy. This aired during a time when Roe v Wade was not the law of the land. Several stations chose not to air the episodes but Maude had advanced the conversation and brought it into the houses of nearly 65 million. In 1978, Bea decided to leave the character of Maude behind and venture to a galaxy far, far away starring in the Star Wars Holiday Special as Ackmena. Her song and dance was the best thing about that special. Arthur returned to TV with a vengeance in the Golden Girls. Starring as Dorothy Zbornak, the Golden Girls was an iconic hit among seniors, highlighting the hilarity advanced years can provide. Bea Arthur passed away in 2009 at the age of 86. She bequeathed $300,00 to the Ali Forney center in NYC which provides services to homeless LGBT youths. They don't make them like they used to and Bea Arthur was truly one of a kind and deserving of today's #wcw . . . #stuffoldpeoplelike #sopl #womancrushwednesday #beaarthur #maude #maudefindlay #goldengirls #maudesdilemma #roevwade #aliforneycenter #lgbt #starwarsholidayspecial #dorothyzbornak #moseisley #archiebunker
- It& #39;s no wonder the initials of today& #39;s Stuff Old People Like #wcw are B.A. as she was a certified Bad Ass. I speak, of course, of Bea Arthur. Before her drama career, she was a truck driver and typist for the U.S.M.C. Women& #39;s Reserve during WW II. Discharged in 1944 with the rank of Sergeant, she let the lights of Broadway beckon. She had a number of roles throughout the 50& #39;s and 60& #39;s , including a role costarring in "Mame" with last week& #39;s #wcw , Angela Lansbury. The two hit it off and became "bosom buddies." It was in 1971, though, that her career brought her to television acclaim starring as Maude Findlay on All in the Family. Maude represented everything Bunker despised--an outspoken liberal feminist. TV executives loved the cut of her jib and quickly developed a starring vehicle for her. "Maude" was a show that brought to TV a number of hot button issues of the day--Vietnam, drug abuse, menopause, divorce, gay rights, women& #39;s liberation, spousal abuse, and in one controversial two-parter--abortion. In "Maude& #39;s Dilemma," Maude finds herself dealing with a late-life pregnancy. This aired during a time when Roe v Wade was not the law of the land. Several stations chose not to air the episodes but Maude had advanced the conversation and brought it into the houses of nearly 65 million. In 1978, Bea decided to leave the character of Maude behind and venture to a galaxy far, far away starring in the Star Wars Holiday Special as Ackmena. Her song and dance was the best thing about that special. Arthur returned to TV with a vengeance in the Golden Girls. Starring as Dorothy Zbornak, the Golden Girls was an iconic hit among seniors, highlighting the hilarity advanced years can provide. Bea Arthur passed away in 2009 at the age of 86. She bequeathed $300,00 to the Ali Forney center in NYC which provides services to homeless LGBT youths. They don& #39;t make them like they used to and Bea Arthur was truly one of a kind and deserving of today& #39;s #wcw . . . #stuffoldpeoplelike #sopl #womancrushwednesday #beaarthur #maude #maudefindlay #goldengirls #maudesdilemma #roevwade #aliforneycenter #lgbt #starwarsholidayspecial #dorothyzbornak #moseisley #archiebunker
- It's no wonder the initials of today's Stuff Old People Like #wcw are B.A. as she was a certified Bad Ass. I speak, of course, of Bea Arthur. Before her drama career, she was a truck driver and typist for the U.S.M.C. Women's Reserve during WW II. Discharged in 1944 with the rank of Sergeant, she let the lights of Broadway beckon. She had a number of roles throughout the 50's and 60's, including a role costarring in "Mame" with last week's #wcw, Angela Lansbury. The two hit it off and became "bosom buddies." It was in 1971, though, that her career brought her to television acclaim starring as Maude Findlay on All in the Family. Maude represented everything Bunker despised--an outspoken liberal feminist. TV executives loved the cut of her jib and quickly developed a starring vehicle for her. "Maude" was a show that brought to TV a number of hot button issues of the day--Vietnam, drug abuse, menopause, divorce, gay rights, women's liberation, spousal abuse, and in one controversial two-parter--abortion. In "Maude's Dilemma," Maude finds herself dealing with a late-life pregnancy. This aired during a time when Roe v Wade was not the law of the land. Several stations chose not to air the episodes but Maude had advanced the conversation and brought it into the houses of nearly 65 million. In 1978, Bea decided to leave the character of Maude behind and venture to a galaxy far, far away starring in the Star Wars Holiday Special as Ackmena. Her song and dance was the best thing about that special. Arthur returned to TV with a vengeance in the Golden Girls. Starring as Dorothy Zbornak, the Golden Girls was an iconic hit among seniors, highlighting the hilarity advanced years can provide. Bea Arthur passed away in 2009 at the age of 86. She bequeathed $300,00 to the Ali Forney center in NYC which provides services to homeless LGBT youths. They don't make them like they used to and Bea Arthur was truly one of a kind and deserving of today's #wcw . . . #stuffoldpeoplelike #sopl #womancrushwednesday #beaarthur #maude #maudefindlay #goldengirls #maudesdilemma #roevwade #aliforneycenter #lgbt #starwarsholidayspecial #dorothyzbornak #moseisley #archiebunker

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