Tag Archives: Bea Arthur

Mame (1974) – reviewed by George

I really expected not to like this film because I am a firm believer that the star of a Broadway show contributes mightily to the box office results. For instance  “Mame” with Angela Lansbury played for four years. Therefore, with … Continue reading

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Woman in the Moon (1929) – reviewed by George

This beautiful black-and-white silent movie boasts a remarkable restoration: sharp and clear with all the shades of gray intact. It’s like looking at a film made this year. The score is interesting too: a piano is used rather than the … Continue reading

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TV Quote # 6 – Quality Balls: The David Steinberg Story

After telling an anecdote about his days directing Golden Girls, which gives us a new take on Bea Arthur as argumentative and uncooperative, Steinberg says that one day she took him aside and… “Bea said to me – she’s kind … Continue reading

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