The actors created four three-dimensional characters for generations to admire.
We may be seeing much more than was originally possible with the equipment that existed back then, however back then we were probably looking at a Joan Bennett who was 25 feet tall on your average screen.
This six-times-married vixen appeared to pony up some skin in her prime in The Rotten Apple 1963.
Needless to say, Arthur loved the role — so much so that she went on to play the part for six years on her own sitcom, Maude, of course playing the titular character.
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Bea Arthur scored a in 1971, playing Edith Bunker's outspoken, liberal cousin Maude — a great foil for the ultra-conservative Archie Bunker.