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Philomena und Dominic aus Sizilien besuchen mit ihrer Tochter Sophia. Gina will bald heiraten und hat herausgefunden, dass Philomena und Dominic nicht ihre leiblichen Eltern sind. Golden Girls ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom, bestehend aus sieben Staffeln mit insgesamt Episoden, die von 19gedreht und in Deutschland. Golden Girls: Die Sitcom stellt vier rüstige Rentnerinnen in den Mittelpunkt, die in einer WG in Miami ihren Lebensabend verbringen. Die amüsanten. Dorothy, Blanche, Rose und Sophia: Bei diesen Namen wissen viele Bescheid. Die Sitcom "Golden Girls" über eine. kulmungi.se - Kaufen Sie Golden Girls - Staffel /Komplettbox günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und.
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Edit Did You Know? Goofs In one episode, Blanche says, "Dorothy, I've given this a lot of thought. I've had four kids, I've never had a Mercedes.
So, which one do you want? Biff, Doug, Skippy? She also states in "To Catch a Neighbor" that she has a son named Matthew which would give her six children, not four.
Although, Biff, Doug, or Skippy could be a nickname for Matthew, so the number of children might be five.
Quotes Dorothy : The woman keeps a chicken in her home, how normal can she be? Rose : I kept a chicken in my home. Dorothy : You see my point?
Alternate Versions Season 1 had a slightly different opening sequence consisting of a different shot of the city behind the show's title, one different clip in-between the credits for 'Beatrice Arthur' and Betty White , and a different clip behind the credit for Rue McClanahan.
This open was replaced with the opening for syndication. In addition, the character of Sophia had originally been planned as an occasional guest star, but Getty had tested so positively with preview audiences that the producers decided to make her a regular character.
After six consecutive seasons in the top 10, and the seventh season at number 30, The Golden Girls came to an end when Bea Arthur chose to leave the series.
Sophia is to join her, but in the end, she stays behind with the other women in Miami. This led into the spin-off series, The Golden Palace.
The series finale of The Golden Girls was watched by As of , it was the 17th-most watched television finale. Ideas for a comedy series about older women emerged during the filming of a television special at NBC 's Warner Bros.
Studios in Burbank, California , in August Shortly afterward, he met with producers Paul Junger Witt and Tony Thomas , who were pitching a show about a female lawyer.
Though Littlefield nixed their idea, he asked if they would be interested in delivering a pilot script for Miami Nice instead.
Their regular writer declined, so Witt asked his wife, Susan Harris ,  who had been planning to retire after the conclusion of their ABC series Soap.
The pilot included a gay houseboy, Coco Charles Levin , who lived with the girls. After the pilot, the character of Coco was eliminated from the series.
The part of Sophia Petrillo was the first of the four roles to be cast. Estelle Getty auditioned and won the role of the feisty mother of character Dorothy Zbornak.
This was due, in part, to the rave reviews she garnered in her Off-Broadway role reprisal for the Los Angeles run of Torch Song Trilogy.
Afterwards, Getty had returned to New York but gained permission from her manager to return to California in early Getty figured it would be her last chance to find television or film work.
She would return home to New York if she was unsuccessful. She was also impressed by Getty's audition for the role of the mother of Steven Keaton played by actor Michael Gross for a guest episode of Family Ties.
Although Getty was impressive, the show's producers went with another actress. Getty came to Weiner's mind soon after when it became time to begin casting of The Golden Girls.
Getty, who went through a three-hour transformation to become Sophia, wore heavy make-up, thick glasses, and a white wig to look the part.
Disney's Michael Eisner explains, "Estelle Getty made our three women into girls. And that was, to me, what made it seem like it could be a contemporary, young show.
During an interview in , Getty commented on her phobia and expressed how working with major stars, such as Arthur and White, made her even more nervous.
At times, she even froze on camera while filming. Hired to film the pilot, director Jay Sandrich also became instrumental in helping to cast the roles of Blanche Devereaux and Rose Nylund.
Eager not to be typecast , they took the suggestion of Sandrich and switched roles at the last minute.
In the pilot script, Blanche was described as "more Southern than Blanche DuBois ", so McClanahan was perplexed when she was asked by director Sandrich during the filming of the pilot not to use the strong southern accent she had developed, but to use her natural Oklahoma accent instead.
She thought an accentuated Southern accent She wanted to be a southern heroine, like Vivien Leigh.
In fact, that's who I think she thought she was. Though Harris had created the character of Dorothy with a "Bea Arthur type" in mind, Littlefield and the producers initially envisioned actress Elaine Stritch for the part.
Arthur flipped upon reading the script, but felt hesitant about McClanahan's approach, as she did not "want to play their Maude characters Maude and Vivian meet Sue Ann Nivens.
Bea Arthur and Betty White worked well together in shared mutual respect but they did not pursue a personal friendship with one another outside of The Golden Girls set.
Arthur's son, Matthew Saks, later spoke of tension between the two actresses, stating that his mother "unknowingly carried the attitude that it was fun to have somebody to be angry at It was almost like Betty became her nemesis, someone she could always roll her eyes about at work.
The show was the second television series to be produced by the Walt Disney Company under the Touchstone Television label, and was subsequently distributed by Buena Vista International, Inc.
Creator Susan Harris went on to contribute another four episodes to the first season, but became less involved with the sitcom throughout its run; she continued reading all scripts, though, and remained familiar with most of the storylines.
Kathy Speer and Terry Grossman were the first head writers of the series and wrote for the show's first four seasons. As head writers, Speer and Grossman, along with Mort Nathan and Barry Fanaro, who won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing the first season, gave general ideas to lower staff writers, and personally wrote a handful of scripts each season.
Richard Vaczy and Tracy Gamble, previously writers on and My Two Dads , also assumed the roles of producers and head writers.
Beginning in , Marc Cherry served as writer and producer, years before creating Desperate Housewives , which ran on ABC from to Hurwitz later created Arrested Development for Fox and later for Netflix.
Cherry commented on read-throughs of the scripts that "generally, if the joke was a good one, the women found a way to make it work the very first time they read it.
You have a lot of table reads where the actors will mess it up because they don't understand what the characters are doing, or they misinterpret.
But the women were so uniformly brilliant at nailing it the first time There was a lot of competition to get your words into the script.
This "created a great deal of stress and competitiveness amongst those of us who weren't in that inner sanctum.
After Season 3, Arthur had expressed her growing dissatisfaction with the disparaging jokes made about her physical appearance which were often in the script.
She expressed that she would not continue if changes weren't made. However, changes were made and jokes regarding Dorothy's physique appeared less often.
I think we pushed that [the jokes about Arthur's appearance] a little bit far and I think she let it be known she didn't love that.
Estelle Getty's stage fright , which affected her from the beginning of the show, grew worse as the show went on.
According to McClanahan, by the end of Season 3 Getty's anxiety had become a serious problem and she had increasing trouble memorizing her lines.
She took to writing her lines on props which she could glance at easily, like the wicker purse which Sophia always carried with her.
She would start getting under a dark cloud the day before tape day You could see a big difference in her that day. She'd be walking around like Pig-Pen under a black cloud.
By tape day, she was unreachable. She was just as uptight as a human being could get. When your brain is frozen like that, you can't remember lines.
During season six there was some uncertainty over whether Bea Arthur would commit to future seasons, or leave the show once her contract expired to pursue other projects.
Arthur felt the characters had been in every possible scenario and wanted to end the series while it was still successful. In any event, Arthur chose to commit to a seventh and final season.
The house's address was mentioned as being Richmond Street, Miami. Producers used this residence for exterior shots during the first two seasons.
The show's designer, Ed Stephenson, took inspiration from his time living in Florida to design a "Florida look" for The Golden Girls house set.
The wooden accents, columns, and doors were painted to mimic bald cypress wood, popular in South Florida homes, with rattan furniture and tropical-printed upholstery chosen for the furniture.
However, the exterior backdrop seen through the kitchen window changed from the view of Chicago high-rises to palm trees and bushes for the Miami setting.
Space was limited on the soundstage, so when the kitchen was off camera it was usually detached from the rest of the set and the space used for something else.
The doorway from the living room, with the alcove and baker's shelf just inside, was designed to give the illusion that the actors were walking into and out of the kitchen.
Costume designer Judy Evans created distinctive looks for each of the four actresses to suit their character's personalities and to reflect the Florida setting.
According to Evans "I wanted a sexy, soft, and flowing look for Rue, a tailored, pulled-together look for Bea, a down-home look for Betty, and comfort for Estelle.
We didn't want the show to be about four dowdy ladies. Bea Arthur had a preference for wearing loose fitting clothing, like slacks and long sweaters, along with sandals because she hated wearing shoes.
She had established this signature look while playing Maude , and Evans honored it in her designs for Dorothy. The Golden Girls was shot on videotape in front of a live studio audience.
For example, one or more of the women would become involved in some sort of problem, often involving other family members, men, or an ethical dilemma.
At some point, they would gather around the kitchen table and discuss the problem, sometimes late at night and often while eating cheesecake , ice cream or some other dessert.
Some episodes featured flashbacks to previous episodes, flashbacks to events not shown in previous episodes, or to events that occurred before the series began.
One of the actresses on the show, Bea Arthur, actually hated cheesecake. During the NBC upfronts, the preview screening of the show got a standing ovation.
The show promptly received a full order of 12 episodes. At the request of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother , who was reputedly a big fan, the cast of The Golden Girls performed several skits as their characters in front of her and other members of the Royal Family at the Royal Variety Performance in London.
All the lead actresses won Emmy Awards for their performances on the show. As a tribute to the success of The Golden Girls , all four actresses were later named Disney Legends.
It ran for a little over a year until September In March , the Lifetime cable network acquired the exclusive rights to repeat the episodes of The Golden Girls in the US for over a decade, until March 1, Many episodes were edited to allow more commercials and for content.
In Australia, the show airs daily on Fox Classics. As of , every episode is available for streaming on Stan. Another run began on 27 April on Channel 5.
Nurses was later spun-off from Empty Nest , and the shows occasionally had special episodes in which characters from one show made appearances in the others.
Reportedly, a second season was approved before being canceled the day before the network announced its schedule.
Lifetime, which held the rights to The Golden Girls at the time, aired reruns of The Golden Palace in the summer of , and again in December of that year.
This was the first time since that The Golden Palace was seen on American television. Until April , Lifetime played the series as a virtual season eight, airing the series in between the conclusion of the final season and the syndicated roll-over to season one.
Capitalizing on the popularity of The Golden Girls , creator Susan Harris decided to develop a spin-off , centering on the empty nest syndrome.
The initial pilot was aired as the Golden Girls episode " Empty Nests " and starred Paul Dooley and Rita Moreno as George and Renee Corliss, a married couple living next to the Golden Girls characters, who face empty nest syndrome after their teenage daughter moves out.
Mulligan and Manoff were alumni from one of Susan Harris' earlier shows, Soap. Empty Nest launched its own spin-off in set in Miami in the same hospital where Dr.
Weston worked. The series starred Stephanie Hodge and a set of other young female and male nurses. As one of the few times in television history where three shows from the same producer, set in the same city, aired back-to-back-to-back on the same network, the three shows occasionally took advantage of their unique circumstance to create storylines carrying through all three series, such as " Hurricane Saturday ".
Starring actress Hodge left after two seasons, David Rasche joining the cast at the start of the second season and Loni Anderson being added as the new hospital administrator in the third.
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