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  • I saw her in Mame in 1967 and loved her then as Vera Charles, the boozy and acid-tongue best friend who stole the show with her "Bosom Buddies" duet with Angela Lansbury.

    Beatrice Arthur - 1922-2009

  • Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

    no mames!

  • Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

    no mames!

  • Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

    no mames!

  • Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

    no mames!

  • Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

    no mames!

  • Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

    no mames!

  • Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

    no mames!

  • Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

    no mames!

  • Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

    no mames!

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