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Effie Floud (Character)
from Fancy Pants (1950)

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Alternate Names:
Effie Flound / Mrs. Effie Floud


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  1. "Producers' Showcase"
        - Ruggles of Red Gap (1957) TV episode, Played by Imogene Coca
  2. "The Prudential Family Playhouse"
        - Ruggles of Red Gap (1951) TV episode, Played by Glenda Farrell (as Effie Flound)
  3. Fancy Pants (1950) Played by Lea Penman

  4. Ruggles of Red Gap (1935) Played by Mary Boland

  5. Ruggles of Red Gap (1923) Played by Louise Dresser (as Mrs. Effie Floud)

  6. Ruggles of Red Gap (1918) Played by Lillian Drew (as Mrs. Effie Floud)

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From Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)
[Egbert is wearing a loud, checked suit]
Effie Floud: Take off those clothes.
Egbert Floud: No, sir, I won't do it! Effie, we might just as well have a showdown right here and now. What did Lincoln say at Gettysburg? Yeah, you don't know - well, I'll tell you. He said that all men are created equal. He didn't just mean a few men - he meant ALL men. And that includes me: I'm created equal.
Effie Floud: Equal to what?
Egbert Floud: Equal... equal to WHAT? Well, equal to... uh...
Egbert Floud: [to Ma Pettingill] ... She changed the subject on me.
Egbert Floud: [to Effie, recovering his train of thought] Men are created equal to women! That's why you have no right to order me around the way you do. Abe Lincoln said so.
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