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The Golden Girls Ladies of the Evening (1985–1992) Online

The Golden Girls Ladies of the Evening (1985–1992) Online
Original Title :
Ladies of the Evening
Genre :
TV Episode / Comedy / Drama
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Directror :
Terry Hughes
Cast :
Bea Arthur,Betty White,Rue McClanahan
Writer :
Susan Harris,Barry Fanaro
Type :
TV Episode
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The Golden Girls Ladies of the Evening (1985–1992) Online

Dorothy, Rose, and Blanche win tickets to attend a post-premiere movie party with Burt Reynolds. However, a hitch in their plan occurs when they are mistaken for prostitutes. {locallinks-homepage}
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bea Arthur Bea Arthur - Dorothy Zbornak (as Beatrice Arthur)
Betty White Betty White - Rose Nylund
Rue McClanahan Rue McClanahan - Blanche Devereaux
Estelle Getty Estelle Getty - Sophia Petrillo
Rhonda Aldrich Rhonda Aldrich - Meg
Peter Jason Peter Jason - The Policeman
Phil Rubenstein Phil Rubenstein - The Exterminator
Peter Gonneau Peter Gonneau - Walter
Tony Swartz Tony Swartz - John
Ron Michaelson Ron Michaelson - Carl
Cheryl Checcetto Cheryl Checcetto - Hooker #1
Amelia Kinkade Amelia Kinkade - Hooker #2 (as Mimi Kinkade)
Ursaline Bryant Ursaline Bryant - Hooker #3
Jim Keily Jim Keily - Jail Guard
Ron Kapra Ron Kapra - Desk Clerk

The actress portraying the prostitute who says the line "There's nothing wrong with being career oriented", is Rue McClanahan's maternal niece, Amelia Kinkade.

All the actors Rose mentions star in 1989's All Dogs Go to Heaven.

Blanche says "I wanted to be Miss Olivia de Havilland." Miss de Havilland was 18 years older than Miss McClanahan, born in 1916 and already 69 years old when this episode aired. As of 2018 Miss de Havilland is still alive at 102 while Miss McClanahan died at age 76 in 2010.