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18 January 1975 (USA) See more »
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A nouveau riche, African-American family who move into a luxury apartment building develop close, if occasionally fractious, relationships with other tenants. Full summary »
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Nominated for 8 Golden Globes. Another 6 wins & 23 nominations See more »
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Cast

 (Series Cast Summary - 6 of 91)

Isabel Sanford ... Louise Jefferson (253 episodes, 1975-1985)

Sherman Hemsley ... George Jefferson (253 episodes, 1975-1985)

Marla Gibbs ... Florence Johnston (207 episodes, 1975-1985)

Roxie Roker ... Helen Willis (195 episodes, 1975-1985)

Franklin Cover ... Tom Willis (188 episodes, 1975-1985)

Paul Benedict ... Harry Bentley (150 episodes, 1975-1985)
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Series Directed by
Jack Shea (110 episodes, 1975-1979)
Bob Lally (97 episodes, 1978-1983)
Oz Scott (40 episodes, 1983-1985)
Tony Singletary (3 episodes, 1984)
Arlando Smith (2 episodes, 1984)
 
Series Writing credits
Norman Lear (253 episodes, 1975-1985)
Don Nicholl (253 episodes, 1975-1985)
Michael Ross (253 episodes, 1975-1985)
Bernard West (253 episodes, 1975-1985)
Mike Milligan (30 episodes, 1975-1981)
Jay Moriarty (30 episodes, 1975-1981)
Jerry Perzigian (30 episodes, 1979-1985)
Don Seigel (30 episodes, 1979-1985)
Peter Casey (29 episodes, 1979-1985)
David Lee (29 episodes, 1979-1985)
Michael G. Moye (23 episodes, 1979-1984)
Gordon Mitchell (20 episodes, 1975-1977)
Lloyd Turner (20 episodes, 1975-1977)
Ron Leavitt (11 episodes, 1980-1984)
Robert Wolterstorff (10 episodes, 1976-1980)
Paul M. Belous (9 episodes, 1976-1979)
David W. Duclon (8 episodes, 1980-1982)
John Baskin (7 episodes, 1975-1978)
Roger Shulman (7 episodes, 1975-1978)
Sandy Sprung (6 episodes, 1983-1984)
Marcy Vosburgh (6 episodes, 1983-1984)
Bill Steinkellner (6 episodes, 1984-1985)
Cherie Steinkellner (6 episodes, 1984-1985)
Fred S. Fox (5 episodes, 1976-1981)
Seaman Jacobs (5 episodes, 1976-1981)
Bob Baublitz (5 episodes, 1976-1980)
Bryan Joseph (5 episodes, 1978-1980)
Dixie Brown Grossman (4 episodes, 1975-1977)
Kurt Taylor (4 episodes, 1976-1984)
Ted Dale (4 episodes, 1978-1981)
Nancy Vince (4 episodes, 1978-1981)
Jim Rogers (4 episodes, 1978)
Neil Lebowitz (4 episodes, 1979-1983)
Joyce Gittlin (4 episodes, 1982-1984)
Jeffrey Richman (4 episodes, 1982-1984)
John Ashby (3 episodes, 1975-1977)
Howard Albrecht (3 episodes, 1976-1979)
Sol Weinstein (3 episodes, 1976-1979)
Richard Freiman (3 episodes, 1976-1978)
Jack Shea (3 episodes, 1977-1979)
Stephen Neigher (3 episodes, 1979-1985)
Bob Bendetson (3 episodes, 1980-1981)
Howard Bendetson (3 episodes, 1980-1981)
David Silverman (3 episodes, 1981)
Stephen Sustarsic (3 episodes, 1981)
Sara V. Finney (3 episodes, 1982-1985)
Lewis Goldstein (3 episodes, 1983-1985)
Hans Kracauer (3 episodes, 1983-1985)
James Ritz (2 episodes, 1975-1976)
Erik Tarloff (2 episodes, 1975)
Frank Tarloff (2 episodes, 1975)
Ann Gibbs (2 episodes, 1976-1984)
Joel Kimmel (2 episodes, 1976-1984)
John Donley (2 episodes, 1976-1978)
Stephen Young (2 episodes, 1976-1977)
Kim Weiskopf (2 episodes, 1977-1983)
Patt Shea (2 episodes, 1977-1978)
Susan Straughn Harris (2 episodes, 1979)
Bernard Burnell Mack (2 episodes, 1979)
Arthur Bonaduce (2 episodes, 1980)
Celia Bonaduce (2 episodes, 1980)
Al Aidekman (2 episodes, 1983-1985)
Marty Farrell (2 episodes, 1983-1984)
Ilene Cooper (2 episodes, 1983)
Patrick Egan (2 episodes, 1983)

Series Produced by
Don Nicholl .... producer / executive producer (111 episodes, 1975-1979)
Michael Ross .... producer / executive producer (111 episodes, 1975-1979)
George Sunga .... associate producer (111 episodes, 1975-1979)
Bernard West .... producer / executive producer (111 episodes, 1975-1979)
John Maxwell Anderson .... co-producer / associate producer (87 episodes, 1980-1985)
Michael G. Moye .... supervising producer / producer / ... (74 episodes, 1981-1984)
Jerry Perzigian .... producer / executive producer / ... (73 episodes, 1982-1985)
Don Seigel .... producer / executive producer / ... (73 episodes, 1982-1985)
David W. Duclon .... executive producer / producer (72 episodes, 1980-1983)
Ron Leavitt .... executive producer / producer (72 episodes, 1980-1983)
Mike Milligan .... executive producer / producer (68 episodes, 1978-1981)
Jay Moriarty .... executive producer / producer (68 episodes, 1978-1981)
Peter Casey .... producer (46 episodes, 1983-1985)
David Lee .... producer (46 episodes, 1983-1985)
Ken Stump .... associate producer (44 episodes, 1979-1981)
Sylvia O'Gilvie .... associate producer (26 episodes, 1982-1983)
Jack Shea .... producer (24 episodes, 1978-1979)
Sy Rosen .... producer (24 episodes, 1979-1980)
Tedd Anasti .... associate producer (5 episodes, 1980)
 
Series Cinematography by
Tony Yarlett (67 episodes, 1982-1985)
Tom Schamp (3 episodes, 1984-1985)
 
Series Film Editing by
Larry Harris (112 episodes, 1980-1985)
Kris Trexler (27 episodes, 1978-1979)
Jay Scherberth (26 episodes, 1977-1978)
Grant Johnson (23 episodes, 1976-1977)
Andy Zall (20 episodes, 1975)
Tom Klemesrud (17 episodes, 1979-1980)
Barney Robinson (14 episodes, 1975-1976)
George Zimmerman (4 episodes, 1979)
Robert Bramwell (3 episodes, 1979)
Rocco Zappia Jr. (3 episodes, 1984-1985)
Chuck Adams (2 episodes, 1976)
Kelly Sandefur (2 episodes, 1980)
 
Series Casting by
Pat Kirkland (159 episodes, 1976-1983)
Jane Murray (48 episodes, 1975-1976)
Marc Hirschfeld (24 episodes, 1984-1985)
Joan Sittenfield (22 episodes, 1983-1984)
 
Series Production Design by
Don Roberts (72 episodes, 1982-1985)
 
Series Art Direction by
Don Roberts (181 episodes, 1975-1982)
Bob Breen (80 episodes, 1979-1985)
 
Series Set Decoration by
Jim Mees (46 episodes, 1983-1985)
Richard Reynolds (24 episodes, 1982-1983)
Earl Carlson (17 episodes, 1975)
 
Series Costume Design by
Betsey Potter (96 episodes, 1978-1982)
Rita Riggs (87 episodes, 1975-1978)
Adella Farmar (72 episodes, 1981-1985)
Donna M. Marcione (5 episodes, 1977)
 
Series Makeup Department
Karen Edwards .... hair stylist (161 episodes, 1978-1985)
Billie Jordan .... makeup artist (161 episodes, 1978-1985)
Ray Hall .... hair stylist (136 episodes, 1979-1985)
Rene Williams .... makeup artist (107 episodes, 1981-1985)
Jim Kail .... makeup artist (70 episodes, 1975-1978)
Sandra Henderson .... hair stylist (41 episodes, 1976-1978)
Dana Nye .... makeup artist (14 episodes, 1978)
 
Series Production Management
Norman Lear .... production supervisor (86 episodes, 1975-1978)
Alan Horn .... production supervisor (68 episodes, 1978-1981)
Jim Terry .... unit manager / unit production manager (65 episodes, 1978-1982)
Al Burton .... production supervisor (52 episodes, 1981-1983)
Ken Stump .... in charge of production (46 episodes, 1983-1985)
Tyna Huebner .... unit manager / unit production manager (41 episodes, 1977-1980)
Nikki Content .... unit manager / unit production manager (24 episodes, 1976-1977)
Glenn Padnick .... production supervisor (24 episodes, 1984-1985)
Don Dresser .... unit manager / unit production manager (16 episodes, 1975-1976)
Bob Davis .... production supervisor (13 episodes, 1975)
Loretta Townsley .... production supervisor (8 episodes, 1975)
Roger Mills .... unit manager (8 episodes, 1980)
Bruce Stevenson .... unit manager (3 episodes, 1980)
 
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Arlando Smith .... associate director / assistant director (85 episodes, 1981-1985)
Dick Harwood .... associate director / assistant director (64 episodes, 1975-1978)
Bob Lally .... associate director (40 episodes, 1977-1979)
Peter Barth .... associate director (24 episodes, 1979-1980)
Tony Singletary .... associate director (24 episodes, 1980-1981)
Thomas McConnell .... associate director (3 episodes, 1977-1978)
Joanie Rhodes .... associate director (3 episodes, 1985)
Art Dielhenn .... associate director (2 episodes, 1981)
Marian Deaton .... associate director (2 episodes, 1984-1985)
 
Series Art Department
Lawrence Robert Dolan .... property master (37 episodes, 1982-1984)
Phil Krim .... property master (24 episodes, 1981-1982)
Bob Breen .... assistant art director (23 episodes, 1981-1982)
Lee Lazarow .... set dresser (21 episodes, 1983-1984)
Ted Zachary .... property master (11 episodes, 1980-1981)
Wayne Fisher .... property master (11 episodes, 1984-1985)
Donald Rosemond .... property master (9 episodes, 1981)
Jeffrey Bellamy .... property master (8 episodes, 1982-1983)
Bill Herbert .... property master (8 episodes, 1985)
Arthur A. Hanson .... property master (5 episodes, 1984-1985)
 
Series Sound Department
Tamara Johnson .... sound re-recording mixer (113 episodes, 1980-1985)
Georja Skinner .... audio / audio: Hawaii (93 episodes, 1975-1980)
Ralph L. Davis .... sound (68 episodes, 1982-1985)
Myles Weiner .... audio (53 episodes, 1983-1985)
Ron Worrell .... audio (38 episodes, 1979-1981)
Hal Kolker .... audio consultant (26 episodes, 1975-1976)
Art Warshaw .... audio consultant (26 episodes, 1975-1976)
Sam Mallaun .... audio (22 episodes, 1981-1982)
Dave Beasley .... audio (14 episodes, 1982-1983)
Marshall King .... audio (12 episodes, 1975)
Ray Kemper .... audio (8 episodes, 1975)
Ken Turner .... audio (5 episodes, 1978-1982)
Kent Tunks .... audio (3 episodes, 1980-1981)
James L. Mylenek .... audio (2 episodes, 1981)
 
Series Camera and Electrical Department
Joe Epperson .... camera operator (225 episodes, 1976-1985)
Tom Schamp .... lighting director (75 episodes, 1976-1979)
Bryan Hays .... lighting director (62 episodes, 1979-1982)
Walter Glover .... lighting director (35 episodes, 1976-1979)
Mark Geving .... lighting director (19 episodes, 1977)
Donald A. Morgan .... lighting director / lighting director: Hawaii (17 episodes, 1978-1980)
Marc Palius .... lighting director (16 episodes, 1975-1976)
Chris Roberts .... lighting director (12 episodes, 1976-1979)
Paul Callan .... lighting director (10 episodes, 1975)
Ed S. Hill .... lighting director (7 episodes, 1975)
Art Roberts .... lighting director (4 episodes, 1975)
Keeth Lawrence .... camera operator (2 episodes, 1975)
George Schamp .... lighting director (2 episodes, 1976)
 
Series Casting Department
Jane Murray .... casting executive / principal casting executive (181 episodes, 1976-1984)
Stephen Kolzak .... executive in charge of casting / principal casting executive (24 episodes, 1984-1985)
Terry Constantine .... location casting (4 episodes, 1980)
 
Series Costume and Wardrobe Department
Rita Riggs .... wardrobe (1 episode, 1975)
 
Series Music Department
Jeff Barry .... composer: theme music (253 episodes, 1975-1985)
Ja'net DuBois .... composer: theme music (253 episodes, 1975-1985)
 
Series Transportation Department
Gilbert C. Pacheco .... driver (4 episodes, 1980)
 
Series Other crew
Fran McConnell .... production supervisor / production consultant (201 episodes, 1975-1985)
Sylvia O'Gilvie .... assistant to producers / production associate / ... (173 episodes, 1975-1982)
John Westbrook .... technical director (133 episodes, 1975-1982)
Michael G. Moye .... story supervisor / creative consultant / ... (120 episodes, 1979-1985)
Ron Leavitt .... story supervisor / creative consultant / ... (118 episodes, 1980-1985)
Mike Milligan .... story editor / script supervisor / ... (114 episodes, 1975-1981)
Jay Moriarty .... story editor / script supervisor / ... (114 episodes, 1975-1981)
Bea Dallas .... producers' assistant / production assistant / ... (109 episodes, 1975-1979)
David W. Duclon .... story supervisor / creative consultant / ... (95 episodes, 1980-1984)
Don Nicholl .... script supervisor (87 episodes, 1975-1978)
Michael Ross .... script supervisor (87 episodes, 1975-1978)
Bernard West .... script supervisor (87 episodes, 1975-1978)
Mikki Capparelli .... stage manager (79 episodes, 1981-1985)
Peter Casey .... executive story editor / story editor (72 episodes, 1980-1983)
David Lee .... executive story editor / story editor (72 episodes, 1980-1983)
Glenn Padnick .... production consultant (70 episodes, 1981-1984)
Stu Goldman .... stage manager (66 episodes, 1981-1984)
Don Seigel .... story editor / executive story editor / ... (64 episodes, 1979-1982)
Jerry Perzigian .... story editor / executive story editor / ... (63 episodes, 1979-1982)
Gordon Mitchell .... story editor / executive story editor (61 episodes, 1975-1977)
Lloyd Turner .... story editor / executive story editor (61 episodes, 1975-1977)
Ellis Toney .... stage manager (59 episodes, 1975-1977)
Tony Singletary .... stage manager (52 episodes, 1976-1980)
Karen K. Miller .... script supervisor / production associate (49 episodes, 1981-1984)
Arlando Smith .... stage manager (48 episodes, 1979-1981)
Barbara Cramer .... production coordinator (46 episodes, 1983-1985)
Gene Leong .... stage manager (40 episodes, 1977-1980)
Bryan Joseph .... executive story consultant (30 episodes, 1978-1980)
Sandy Sprung .... program consultant (29 episodes, 1983-1984)
Marcy Vosburgh .... program consultant (29 episodes, 1983-1984)
John Baskin .... executive story editor (26 episodes, 1977-1978)
Roger Shulman .... executive story editor (26 episodes, 1977-1978)
Cheryl Whitman-Dubuque .... publicity and media liaison (26 episodes, 1982)
Rick Edwards .... technical director (26 episodes, 1983-1985)
Bob Jones .... technical director (25 episodes, 1982-1985)
Paul M. Belous .... program consultant (24 episodes, 1978-1979)
Robert Wolterstorff .... program consultant (24 episodes, 1978-1979)
Bill Steinkellner .... story editor (23 episodes, 1984-1985)
Cherie Steinkellner .... story editor (23 episodes, 1984-1985)
Constance Kaplan .... production consultant (22 episodes, 1983-1984)
Sara V. Finney .... program consultant / production associate (21 episodes, 1980-1985)
Elvin Ivory .... stage manager (21 episodes, 1984-1985)
Ed Cervantes .... production consultant (20 episodes, 1984-1985)
Shelley Herman .... script supervisor (19 episodes, 1984-1985)
Bob Baublitz .... program consultant (18 episodes, 1978-1979)
Sy Rosen .... script supervisor (16 episodes, 1979-1980)
Chuck Reilly .... technical director (16 episodes, 1984-1985)
Vida Spears .... program consultant (16 episodes, 1984-1985)
George Thompson .... stage manager (15 episodes, 1977)
Dick Hall .... technical director (12 episodes, 1975)
Leslie Vaught .... technical director / technical advisor / ... (11 episodes, 1975-1980)
Bob Schiller .... creative consultant (11 episodes, 1981-1982)
Bob Weiskopf .... creative consultant (11 episodes, 1981-1982)
Neil Lebowitz .... program consultant (10 episodes, 1979)
Len Uslaner .... technical director (9 episodes, 1981-1982)
Mark Miller .... first video operator (8 episodes, 1975)
Frank Tarloff .... story editor (7 episodes, 1975)
Barbara Roche .... stage manager (7 episodes, 1979-1980)
Robert Zavala .... props (6 episodes, 1976-1977)
Dick Woodka .... technical director (6 episodes, 1977-1979)
Yukiko Hotta .... stage manager (5 episodes, 1980-1981)
Vince Mack .... technical director (5 episodes, 1981-1982)
Richard Conger .... production consultant (5 episodes, 1984-1985)
Madeline Cripe .... script supervisor (5 episodes, 1984-1985)
Ted Ray .... stage manager (3 episodes, 1977-1981)
Dick Amos .... stage manager (3 episodes, 1977)
Dick Harwood .... research consultant (3 episodes, 1978)
Bernard F. Basley .... stage manager (3 episodes, 1980-1981)
Deborah Jones .... stage manager (3 episodes, 1985)
Jimmy Carr .... technical director (2 episodes, 1976)
Richard Baxter .... stage manager (2 episodes, 1978)
Jay Zabriskie .... stage manager (2 episodes, 1981)
Stuart Shostak .... studio audience warm-up comedian (2 episodes, 1983-1985)
Jim Johnson .... technical director (2 episodes, 1983-1984)
Maynard C. Virgil I .... stage manager (2 episodes, 1984-1985)
 

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Trivia:
In terms of number of seasons (11) and episodes (253), this is by far the longest airing "All in the Family" (1971) spin-off. In fact, The Jeffersons aired more seasons and episodes than All In The Family itself.See more »
Quotes:
George Jefferson:If I paid you to think, you could cash your check at the penny arcade.
Florence Johnston:Where do you think I cash it now?
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in "Jeopardy!: Episode #26.66" (2009)See more »
Soundtrack:
Movin' On UpSee more »

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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
The Jeffersons- Another 70's CBS Classic, But Are George and Archie Twins?, 6 January 2006
Author: jrm23july@aol.com from New Jersey

If the Television Hall of Fame selected television programs as a whole to win a gold plaque similar to Cooperstown N.Y. for MLB, or Canton Ohio for the NFL, "The Jeffersons" would be there front and center.

The long running CBS sitcom which aired from 1975 through 1985, won several Emmys, including Isabel Sanford for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. To me "The Jeffersons" is one of television's top fifty All-Time Programs, and the best one with a predominately African American cast, better than "The Cosby Show" and "Sanford and Son". As a child it was a thrill to be able to watch this program when schoolwork or bedtime did not get in the way.

I now own the first two seasons of "The Jeffersons" on DVD, and I enjoy the performances of all the characters. The show is of course centered around bigoted and avaricious George (Sherman Helmsley), and his long suffering wife Louise "Weezy" Jefferson (Isabel Sanford), but the performances of the character actors are also well above par. Paul Benedict as George's goofy, bizarre neighbor, Ned Wertimer as the not so modest or polite (when it comes to tips) doorman, Mike Evans as wisecracking son Lionel, and Marla Gibbs as wisecracking live-in-maid Florence, and of course the interracial couple who are usually the butt of George's racist jokes, Tom and Helen Willis played by Franklin Cover and Roxie Roker. And of course don't forget going way back in the day when people born in the 1890's were alive, well and entertaining us all, Zara Cully as George Jefferson's quick witted Mother, Olivia. She was hilarious when seeking attention from George and Weezy she intentionally tackles herself to the ground in a season 2 episode.

But "The Jeffersons" at least the first two seasons centers around George and his vices, which often outweigh his virtues, similar to the Archie Bunker character introduced in the early 1970's. Like Archie George is set in his ways, avaricious, sometimes crude, and often bigoted. Like Archie he is a bigot without a mean streak. He is a lovable bigot, and his racist views are played out for laughs, but George is not a carbon copy of Archie. They're not twins. Archie makes fun of everyone that is not his race, religion creed, or sexual orientation. George sticks to the basics. Just make fun of whitey, and those whites that don't offer him anything in return for his efforts.

There are some whites like Wittendale, the banker who holds the key to George's future of a dry cleaning monopoly. George always wants to pander to this guy. However George has no use for "honkies" like Tom Willis and his black wife Helen. Like Archie Bunker he despises mixed marriages. (Although Archie is all for Irish marrying Italian). Mostly because Weezy has him on a short leash, George reluctantly accepts Tom and Helen Willis as neighbors and in-laws.

One major reason why Archie's ethnic and racial slurs often spiral out of control and George's doesn't is the nature of the women they're married to. Edith is tolerant, dingbatty, and naive, while Weezy is sharp, quick witted, and as shrewd as George. She puts her foot down faster on George, than Edith does on Archie. Edith tends to push Archie in the direction he's going, with some first class dingbat punchlines added in.

George is a little bit of a thing, with an obsession for power and control, much like Danny DeVito in the movies. He lusts for money and power, and he's got it, a wife a family and a full chain of cleaning stores. Archie doesn't have all this. Archie needs to shut other people down to better his own situation. George doesn't. George has money and power. However, like Archie he is set in his ways, and his lack of modesty always gets him into trouble.

What this show was missing was a crossover appearance by Archie and Edith from the slums of Flushing to the penthouses in Manhattan. Carroll O' Connor and Jean Stapleton never appeared on "The Jeffersons." "The Jeffersons" was not the greatest TV sitcom. "All in the Family" along with "Seinfeld", "The Honeymooners" and "Cheers" were better. However there was a certain charm with this show that lasted from the Gerald Ford through the second half of the Ronald Reagan presidency. This was one fine show.

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