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If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out
   featured in the film   
Harold And Maude (1971)
Maude
   is a spin-off from   
All in the Family
Maude Findlay
   appears in   
Maude
Maude Flanders
   appears in   
The Simpsons
Maude Adams
   is the stage name of   
Maude Kiskadden
An American stage actress, most noted for her signature role, Peter Pan.
Maude Adams
   has the middle name   
Ewing
Actor
Foolish Wives (1922)
   starred   
Rudolph Christians, Miss DuPont and Maude George
Director: Erich von Stroheim. Also starred Mae Busch. Drama
"God'll Get You for That"
   is the catch phrase of   
Maude
"Maude"
Harold and Maude (1971)
   has the last line:   
"Farewell, Harold. It's Been All Such Fun."
Dick Barton: Special Agent (1948)
   starred   
Don Stannard, George Ford and Gillian Maude
Director: Alfred J. Goulding. Also starred Beatrice Kane, Ivor Danvers & Geoffrey Wincott
Heat Wave (1935)
   starred   
Albert Burdon, Cyril Maude and Les Allen
Director: Maurice Elvey. Also starred Anna Lee, Vera Pearce & Bernard Nedell
Maude in the Film Harold and Maude (1971)
   is played by   
Ruth Gordon
Harold & Maude (1971)
   starred   
Ruth Gordon, Bud Cort and Vivian Pickles
Director: Hal Ashby. Also starred Cyril Cusack, Charles Tyner & Ellen Geer. Plot: Young, rich, and obsessed with death, Harold (Cort) finds himself changed forever when he meets lively septuagenarian Maude (Gordon) at a funeral.
Harold and Maude (1971)
   has the tagline   
His Hangups Are Hilarious
Blue Blazes Rawden (1918)
   starrred   
William S. Hart, Maude George and Robert McKim
Director: William S. Hart. Also starred Gertrude Claire, Robert Gordon & Jack Hoxie. Plot: Rawden (Hart), a lumberjack in the North woods, fights with crooked dance hall owner 'Ladyfingers' Hilgard (McKim) over the affections of Babette DuFresne (George)...
The Man from Beyond (1922)
   starred   
Harry Houdini, Arthur Maude and Albert Tavernier
Director: Burton L. King. Also starred Erwin Connelly, Frank Montgomery & Luis Alberni. Plot: A man who has been frozen in the Arctic ice for 100 years returns to civilization to find his lost love.
Empress Matilda
   was known as   
Maude
As many of her contemporaries or near contemporaries were also called Matilda in Latin texts, she was sometimes called Maude to distinguish her from them. Later called Countess of Anjou and Lady of the English. Matilda was the first female ruler of the Kingdom of England. However the length of her effective rule was quite brief — a few months in 1141 — and she was never crowned. Because of this she is normally excluded from lists of English monarchs, and her rival Stephen of Blois is listed as monarch for the period 1135-1154.
Dudley Moore
   won the Golden Globe for   
Micki + Maude
Best Actor - Musical or Comedy, 1984
The Temptress
   the femme fatale was   
Joan Maude
Lucy Maude Montgomery
   is known as an   
Author
Anne of Green Gables
Maude Flanders
   is   
Ned Flanders' Deceased Wife
The U.K.
   had the general   
Sir Frederick Maude
Cmdr-in-Chief, Mesopotamia
Maude Spellbody
   appears in   
The Worst Witch
(Book and film series)A pupil at Miss Cackle's Academy for Witches and Mildred Hubble's best friend.
1141-1141
   was the reign of   
Empress Matilda (Maude)
Became Queen after capturing Stephen but was forced off the throne by a revolt in London. She was the daughter and dispossessed heir of Henry I of England. Matilda was the first female ruler, although uncrowned and for a brief time, of the Kingdom of England. Her failure to secure that rule meant that her temporary and disputed period of reign in 1141 was extremely brief. She is often excluded from lists of English monarchs and even the official British monarchy website excludes her, listing Stephen of England as king from 1135-1154.
Shadowlands (1993)
   starred   
Julian Fellowes, Roddy Maude-Roxby and Michael Denison
Director: Richard Attenborough. Also starred Andrew Seear, Tim McMullan & John Wood






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