Maude (1972–1978)
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Walter's Stigma 

Maude is excited for Walter's birthday, and has planned a surprise party for him. The party is interrupted by two police officers who arrest Walter for indecent exposure earlier that day. ... See full summary »

Director:

Hal Cooper

Writers:

Norman Lear (created by), Jay Folb
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bea Arthur ... Maude Findlay
Bill Macy ... Walter Findlay
Adrienne Barbeau ... Carol Traynor
Conrad Bain ... Dr. Arthur Harmon
Rue McClanahan ... Vivian Cavender Harmon
Hermione Baddeley ... Mrs. Nell Naugatuck (credit only)
Alice Ghostley ... Hazel M. Hathaway
Beeson Carroll ... Officer Mike Sullivan
Laurence Haddon Laurence Haddon ... Officer Hal Crandall
Jack Dodson ... Floyd Hathaway
Ann Morgan Guilbert ... Mathilda
Peggy Rea ... Clara
Bill Zuckert ... Sgt. Wills
Sandy Kenyon ... Fred
Paul Keith Paul Keith ... Jerry Financio
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Maude is excited for Walter's birthday, and has planned a surprise party for him. The party is interrupted by two police officers who arrest Walter for indecent exposure earlier that day. When Walter's alibi proves nearly as embarrassing than the accusation, it's up to Maude to get the charges dropped, while simultaneously convincing the editor of the Tuckahoe Tribune to cancel their front-page story on Walter's arrest. Written by BayAreaGuy

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Alice Ghostley, who plays gossip columnist Hazel M. Hathaway, later appeared opposite Bea Arthur in 'The Golden Girls: Mother's Day (1988)' episode as Yolanda Zbornak, the mother-in-law of Arthur's character Dorothy. See more »

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Walter Is Arrested
27 December 2019 | by Jimmy_the_Gent4See all my reviews

Maude has a surprise birthday for Walter but he is accused of indecent exposure and arrested.

Another very funny Season 4 episode. It begins with Walter at a Donald Duck film festival with a bunch of kids. There is funny scene at the birthday party with a pair of cops who arrest Walter for being a pervert but everybody thinks it's a joke. There is a gossip columnist (Alice Ghostley from "Bewitched") at the party who threatens to write about Walter in a local newspaper. Jack Dodson (Howard Sprague on "The Andy Griffith Show") plays the newspaper editor. There is a funny scene at the end when they find the real pervert (who looks uncannily like Walter).


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 January 1976 (USA) See more »

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Tandem Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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