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Florida's Night Out 

The Evans children forego their social outings to stay at home and keep their recently widowed mother company, but she shocks them by agreeing to join Willona for a night on the town, which includes a stop at a singles bar.

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Thelma Evans (as Bern Nadette Stanis)
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Ben Foster
Susan Batson ...
Barmaid
Bhetty Waldron ...
Girl
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Jerry
Dap Sugar Willie ...
Looting Lenny
Victor Fisher ...
Sharple
Jose Brad ...
Mr. Good Looking (as Brad Jose)
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The Evans children forego their social outings to stay at home and keep their recently widowed mother company, but she shocks them by agreeing to join Willona for a night on the town, which includes a stop at a singles bar.

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15 December 1976 (USA)  »

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Rodney Rude - Rude Rides Again 1986 (Australia). Florida quotes Rodney Rude "Your on my list (my shit list)'. See more »

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Day-O
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Written by Irving Burgieand William A. Attaway
Portion performed by Johnny Brown
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Dap Sugar Willie debuts as Lenny
20 December 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Florida's Night Out" finds Florida home alone, until all her children cancel their dates to spend the night with her, after which she skips out with Willona. The first singles bar they enter features an assortment of strange characters, in particular Lenny (Dap Sugar Willie, first of seven), who introduces himself with cigar: "hello foxy mamas, the name is Lenny, you may have had many but till you've tried sweet Lenny you ain't had any!" Willona: "well, any of Lenny ain't worth a penny!" (hardly discouraged, the dapper Lenny simply brushes himself off!). The next booth features a familiar voice, 'Buffalo Butt' Bookman pretending to be 'Barry Belafonte,' while an unexpected pleasure is widower Ben Foster (Julius Harris), who buys Florida a drink before asking her to dance. Although he'd previously done four episodes of SANFORD AND SON, Dap Sugar Willie made a stronger impression in the recurring role of 'Looting Lenny,' always a bright spot whenever he shows up, usually selling something of dubious value.


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