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List Of Maude Episodes - Episodes - Season 4 (1975/76)
70 1 "The Split" Hal Cooper Pamela Chais September 8, 1975 Maude has to choose whether or not to run for a seat in the New York state senate ... Walter becomes jealous when he feels Maude isn't supporting him, and finally puts his foot down he demands Maude either choose him or her new political career 2 ... "Consenting Adults ... Seeing his very mod bachelor pad insults Maude, as she hoped for a reconciliation ...
Maude, New South Wales - History - Later Developments
... In 1976 the village of Maude consisted of “about five houses” ... in the town were the Post Office Hotel (usually known as 'the Maude Pub’), a school, recreation oval, service station, tennis courts and a bridge over the Murrumbidgee ...
Maude Turner Gordon - Biography
... Maude appeared in a number of Broadway productions from 1925 ... including "Glorious Betsy," "The American Maid," "A Full House" with Hugh Cameron and Ralph Morgan, "Elsie" and "Big Boy" with Al Jolson, Minnie ... the stage with Marilyn Miller in her smash hit, "Sally." In addition, Maude appeared on stage in "Mrs ... Maude's daughter Dorothy graduated from the Fauquier Institute of Warrenton, Virginia and later married to Lieut ...
List Of United States Christmas Television Episodes - Sitcoms - Maude
... Maude The Office Party (1973) Maude The Christmas Party (1975) Maude Walter's Christmas Gift (1976) Maude Maude's Christmas Surprise (1977) ...
Maude Findlay
... Maude Findlay (née Chadbourne formerly Hilliard) is a fictional character and the main title character on the controversial 1970s sitcom Maude ...

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    Maude: I can’t tell. Are you happy or suicidal?
    Rob: I’m happy and suicidal.
    Jonathan Reynolds, screenwriter. Maude (Amy Irving)