|Season 1, episode # 13|
|Network/Country:||CBS-TV / USA|
|Air date||December 19, 1972|
|Production code||111 (1x13)|
|Teleplay by:||Woody Kling|
|Story by:||Marvin Kaplan|
|Directed by:||Bill Hobin|
|Guest starring:||Nolan Bell|
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The Slumlord was the 13th episode of Season 1 of Maude, also 13th in the series. Prepared for TV as teleplay written by Woody Kling from a story penned by Marvin Kaplan, the episode, which was directed by Bill Hobin, originally aired on CBS-TV on December 19, 1972.
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Maude and Walter are labeled slumlords after they learn that they own a rundown apartment building and someone pickets the conditions on their front lawn. It leads to problems for Phillip and aggravation for Florida, who temporarily quits her job.
Maude is stunned to discover a black man picketing in front of her home. It isn't until later that she discovers that Walter and her have unwittingly become the owners of a rundown apartment building and they are now being labeled "slumlords" and they soon become the talk of the town that leads to trouble for Phillip at school and Florida up and quits.
Did You Know?
- And Then There's Maude (series theme song)
Lyrics by Marilyn Bergman and Alan Bergman, Music by Dave Grusin, Performed by Donny Hathaway
Cast (in Credits Order)
- Bea Arthur as Maude Findlay (as Beatrice Arthur)
- Bill Macy as Walter Findlay
- Adrienne Barbeau as Adrienne Barbeau
- Conrad Bain as Arthur Harmon
- Esther Rolle as Florida Evans
Guest Stars/Recurring Cast
- Nolan Bell as The Picketer
- Brian Morrison as Phillip Traynor, Carol's son
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