Bea will be doing a live radio spot with Adrienne on Monday, March 19, 2007, on the Sirius Satellite Radio network, more specifically on The Frank Decaro Show. Channel 109. The interview starts at 11:15 am (eastern)!
If you have access to Sirius radio, post a comment on what was said! I don’t have access to it, so love to find out through you guys! That being said, there may be a way to listen to it online, but I haven’t research that fully yet.
Thanks to the recently resurrected Ironicwit in the Yahoo Group for finding this information popping up in television directory listings!
Actresses Bea Arthur and Adrienne Barbeau; actress Melina Kanakaredes; guest co-host Audra McDonald.
March 20th 2007 – Set your Tivos, DVRs, PVRs, and VCRs (not like anyone uses those anymore) [feeling old?]
Thanks to Andy from DameElizabethTaylor.com via the yahoo group for letting us know today that, finally, Mame is going to be released on DVD, June 19, 2007, for $19.95! Read excerpts below ::
From the DVD Times:
Warner Home Video have announced the Region 1 DVD release of the Lucille Ball Collection for 19th June 2007. Those who `love Lucy’ may be surprised to learn that Ms. Ball had nearly 20 years of big-screen credits prior to launching the TV show that made her a household name, and WHV will debut on DVD five of the films she made from 1940 through 1974: Critic’s Choice, Dance Girl Dance, Du Barry Was a Lady, The Big Street, and Mame. In addition, Best Foot Forward will be available separately for the first time nationally. All the films will include special features such as Oscar® nominated vintage short subjects, featurettes, and classic cartoons. Packaged as a collectible gift set, the five-disc Lucille Ball Collection will sell for $49.92 SRP, with individual titles and Best Foot Forward available for $19.97 SRP.
This lavish 1974 screen version of the beloved Broadway musical stars Lucille Ball as a high-living grande dame who’s outlandishly eccentric and, when suddenly faced with raising an orphaned nephew, fiercely loving. Veterans of the New York stage original join her:
Beatrice Arthur as best friend Vera, Jane Connell as prim governess Agnes Gooch, choreographer Onna White and director Gene Saks. As Mame’s husband Beauregard, Robert Preston (The Music Man) sings Loving You, written specially for the film. Jerry Herman’s songs, from It’s Today to We Need a Little Christmas and If He Walked into My Life, rank among the best show tunes ever.
Vintage featurette Lucky Mame
Subtitles: English (feature film only)
… in the meantime, just wanted to check in and let you know that I have been making some updates to the website to make it even more valuable to the Bea fan than before!
First, continuing to add on the Maude DVD page. I have some plans to make this into a fun little mini-website over time. The first season in 21 days, followed by 5 more seasons (assuming all goes accordingly with Sony) over the next couple of years. Look forward to some fun, new surprises!
Second, I am currently working on an extensive filmography section. It will take a bit of time to complete, but eventually, it will be the one-stop for all your Bea-ttractions!
Finally… well, you are just going to have to check back often and snoop around some, as more information and media will be updated and added! Have a delicious 21 days and counting!
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything of what Bea has been up to, but there still have been hidden treasures to be found from not only her past but fans as well! Wanda is back with some amazing stories and photos to share with you all on her visit with Bea at Bea’s house! Every Bea fan’s dream and Wanda accomplished it! So, be sure to check out this ultimate experience!
Also, stay tuned as I will be posting a video blog that will cross between my own personal LimeBlog and this web site. It should be fun, as I go through some of my collection, history of this web site and also just happened to have recorded myself opening Wanda’s package that she sent me… well it was fun for me :) I’m a dork.
This is from DavisDVD.com, check it out ::
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release Maude: The Complete First Season one March 20th. Prolific TV producer Norman Lear’s groundbreaking spin-off from “All in the Family” starred the ever-lovely Bea Arthur as the outspoken and strong-willed title character. The three-disc set will include all 22 episodes presented in remastered fullscreen and Dolby Digital 2.0 tracks. Retail is $29.95.
Funny cause I was in Virgin Megastore yesterday and saw that they had Archie Bunkers Place on DVD. I thought to myself about someone once saying that Maude would then be released, so my hopes got high once again. Then when I return home, Alex had sent me an email about this wonderful news! Let’s hope it is accurate! Keep your eyes peeled and keep checking back for more info when I get it!
UPDATE :: It is official now, more info from tvshowsondvd.com
01. Maude’s Problem
02. Doctor, Doctor
03. Maude Meets Florida
04. Like Mother, Like Daughter
05. Maude and the Radical
06. The Ticket
07. Love and Marriage
09. Maude’s Dilemma Part 1
10. Maude’s Dilemma Part 2
11. Maude’s Reunion
12. The Grass Story
13. The Slumlord
14. The Convention
15. Walter’s 50th Birthday
16. Maude and the Medial Profession
17. Arthur Moves In
18. Florida’s Problem
19. Walter’s Secret
20. Maude’s Good Deed
21. The Perfect Marriage
22. Maude’s Night Out
Yes, that is right… Happy holidays from all of us (tee hee) at BeatriceArthur.com! Sorry, about the delay in this important, non-repetitive message, but I was out giving the gift of Season 6 to the poor souls out there that still have never seen the Golden Girls… yes, they are out there!
Anyway, enough about saving the world. If you missed Alex’s comment post, then be sure to check out this link to the Biography channel’s clips of Bea’s biography!
2007 – Bring it on, Bea!
Don’t miss it over Thanksgiving dinner! Set your Google calendar alerts now!
Thursday, November 23 @ 8 pm ET
Running Time: 60 Minutes
Thursday, November 23 @ 8 pm ET
She was classmates with Harry Belafonte and Marlon Brando and a winner of a Tony Award and multiple Emmys. Bea Arthur reached the highest rungs on the TV ladder with starring roles in two enduring primetime hits–Maude and one of the Golden Girls. But, Miss Arthur’s talents extended beyond the small screen: she also starred on Broadway with key roles in Mame and Fiddler on the Roof among other notable parts.
This just in… Golden Girls Season Seven… February 13, 2007
Thanks to Deb, who tipped me off this morning that Bea would be on E.T. tonight talking about her hearing loss. I’m glad that this subject was finally addressed, as I know from personal experiences in meeting her that hearing was quite fragile, making conversation sometimes frustrating to both of us. Anyway, I recorded the interview and have put it up on YouTube for all of you to get caught up with! Still, no slowing her down, however, as she is still planning to be on TVLand’s Back To The Grind early next year!
Funny how many hits this site gets every time Bea is on the news… hopefully, doesn’t crash my site :) Welcome, all!