Maude (1972–1978)
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Maude Meets the Duke 

Arthur has been sending fan letters to John Wayne for years. When John Wayne visits the town to film a movie, for publicity he has a scheduled stop at Arthur's home. But the roof caves in, and the event is held at Maude's place.

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Arthur has been sending fan letters to John Wayne for years. When John Wayne visits the town to film a movie, for publicity he has a scheduled stop at Arthur's home. But the roof caves in, and the event is held at Maude's place.

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9 September 1974 (USA)  »

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The Duke Was Her School Girl Crush
26 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yes, Maude was reduced to babbling incoherence by John Wayne due to his celebrity but that was just part of it. She'd had a crush on him since her school days and try as she wanted, she couldn't keep it suppressed. She was outraged by his politics and his male chauvinism but at the end, she falls into his arms, unable to forget those afternoons that she ogled him from the back of a theater.

Maude was still a woman and no amount of feminism could obscure that she was subject to the same emotions as every school girl. Like the song, "Roses & Lollipops", they're all little girls fresh out of school and men and women forget that. Men forget that about themselves too and as a society, we're the losers for it.


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