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~Did you know that AITF was the first of many shows which sought to tie political satire effectively with comedy?~


:All in the Family--a landmark series that changed the nature of situation comedies, opening them to realistic characters, mature themes, and frank dialogue. Written by Norman Lear and produced by Yorkin-Lear Productions, the series was introduced on CBS in January 1971:


Archie:a dock foreman, for the Prendergast Tool and Dye Company, a prejudiced, uncouth, loud-mouth, hardhat conservative who is unable to accept a changing America.
Edith:his dimwitted wife is sensitive and a totally honest wife.
Gloria: their daughter, beautifully independent.
Mike:Gloria's Husband, an unemployed college student.

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An <i>All in the Family</i> community, to post/read/discuss anything and everything about the Bunkers.

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~Did you know that AITF was the first of many shows which sought to tie political satire effectively with comedy?~</small></b>

<i>:All in the Family--a landmark series that changed the nature of situation comedies, opening them to realistic characters, mature themes, and frank dialogue. Written by Norman Lear and produced by Yorkin-Lear Productions, the series was introduced on CBS in January 1971:</i>


<b>Archie:</b><small>a dock foreman, for the Prendergast Tool and Dye Company, a prejudiced, uncouth, loud-mouth, hardhat conservative who is unable to accept a changing America.</small>
<b>Edith:</b><small>his dimwitted wife is sensitive and a totally honest wife.</small>
<b>Gloria:</b><small> their daughter, beautifully independent.</small>
<b>Mike:</b><small>Gloria's Husband, an unemployed college student.</small>

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"Boy the way Glen Miller played, songs that made the hit parade, guys like us we had it made, those were the days, and you know where you were then, girls were girls and men were men, mister we could use a man like Herbert Hoover again, didn't need no welfare states everybody pulled his weight, gee our old Lasalle ran great, those were the days!"</i></small></center>

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