, particularly the late great Rue Mc Clanahan who played the narcissistic but lonely Blanche Devereaux to perfection.
Serendipitously housed in a Washington Heights building named Sofia Storage on 4394 Broadway, the café is co-owned by Mc Clanahan’s son Mark Bish and her good friend Michael J. Mc Clanahan at an animal rights charity event at Studio 54.
Jokes and storylines have been recycled to the point of embarrassing.
The girls falling for the same man in "The Artist" -- been there done that last season in "The Actor"; Dorothy's (Beatrice Arthur) not thrilled her son's dating partner in "Mixed Blessings" -- did that last season, too, in "Family Affair".
She had English, some Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), Welsh, German, 1/64th Choctaw Native American, distant French-Canadian, Dutch, and remote Portuguese, ancestry.
Margaret was the daughter of Moses Anderson Mock and Louisa Pinson.
Rue was a sixth cousin, once removed, of actor and filmmaker Clint Eastwood, through shared Mc Clanahan ancestry.
Sources: Genealogies of Rue Mc Clanahan – https:// of Rue Mc Clanahan (focusing on her father’s side) – https:// of Rue’s maternal great-great-grandmother, Mary Melvina Goodman – https:// of Rue’s maternal great-great-great-grandfather, Gabriel Loving Medaris – https:// about Rue’s maternal eight times great-grandfather, Domingo Madeiras/Madeiros –
op=PED&db=dowfam3&id=I593856 I’ve found a genealogical relation between her and Clint Eastwood: Rue’s paternal great-great-great-great-great-great-grandparents, Elijah Mc Clanahan and Emy Ewing, were also Clint’s maternal great-great-great-great-great-grandparents.