Father's Day. Comedy. Written by Oliver Hailey. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner
. Costume Design by Ann Roth. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Donald Moffat. John Golden Theatre: 16 Mar 1971 (1 performance + 1 preview that was mounted on 1 Mar 1971). Cast: Ken Kercheval
(as "Harold"), Biff McGuire
(as "Tom"), Donald
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People always ask me if I'm like Blanche. And I say, "Well, Blanche was an oversexed, self-involved, man-crazy, vain Southern belle from Atlanta -- and I'm not from Atlanta!"
was originally considered for the role of the sexpot, Blanche, on The Golden Girls
(1985). However, Betty had already been the aggressive Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show
(1970) and Rue had played the introverted Vivian on Maude
(1972). It was thought best not to typecast these two actresses by having them portray similar characters. Therefore, Betty got the part of naive ...