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Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond its mere trivial mention. For seven seasons, viewers fell in love with Blanche, Rose, Dorothy, and Sophia — four young-at-heart housemates living together in Miami — but did the actresses have the same chemistry off camera?According to Mc Clanahan, who played sexy and sassy Blanche Devereaux, she didn’t have the warmest friendship with Bea Arthur, who played Dorothy Zbornak.“Bea and I didn’t have a lot of relationship going on. She wouldn’t go to lunch [with me] unless Betty [White] would go with her,” Mc Clanahan said in the interview.“She was very dependent on keeping everything as it always had been, and I was anything but that.”Ironically, Mc Clanahan was the one who convinced Arthur to take the role, which she had been reluctant to play.“I called her and said, ‘Why are you going to turn down the best script that’s ever going to come across your desk as long as you live?'”Mc Clanahan had a much closer relationship with White, who played sweetly naive Rose Nylund.“Betty and I loved word games, and we would play word games every day,” she said.If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. The Super Bowl is known for its memorable commercials during the half-time break of each game.
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“We had games going all the time off camera.”Fun fact: Mc Clanahan was originally slated to play the role of Rose, and White was set to play the roll of Blanche.
During the audition process, producers asked the women to read each other’s parts and decided to swap roles, much to Mc Clanahan’s delight.“It would have been painful for me to have to go to work every day and play Rose,” she admitted. She did a beautiful, funny job [with Rose].”Although the women will forever be linked to their famous characters, Mc Clanahan admits that they couldn’t be more different from their Golden Girl personas.“None of us was like any of our characters,” she said. She kept saying, ‘Can’t we make these characters Jewish?
“People ask me if I am like Blanche and my standard answer is: ‘Get serious! I would say Estelle [Getty] was more like Sophia, although she wasn’t at all pushy or vitriolic. ’ She would have felt so much more comfortable than trying to be Italian, although it worked.“Bea was the straightest character, the least eccentric, but certainly Dorothy’s failure in life was very different from Bea’s huge success in life. ”The actress also revealed that Getty suffered from an extreme case of stage freight.“She had an awful time remembering her lines because she would freeze and panic,” she said. When your brain is frozen like that, you can’t remember lines.
Look at the facts, Blanche is a man-crazy, glamorous, extremely sexy, successful with men Southern belle from Atlanta, Georgia, and I’m not from Atlanta! Bea has got a very funny take on people and she’s quick-witted. “She would start getting under a dark cloud the day before tape day; you could see a big difference in her on that day. I would always say to her, ‘Now listen, Estelle, here’s the way to do it.