The cast members of All in the Family (1971), with the exception of 'Sally Struthers', share what they remember about working on the show. Like how people would react to the racial slurs ... See full summary »
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The cast members of All in the Family (1971), with the exception of 'Sally Struthers', share what they remember about working on the show. Like how people would react to the racial slurs and language used on the show, since this was the first show that ever used those kinds of words. A lot of people liked it, but a lot of people didn't and that included 'Lucille Ball' but that didn't amount to a pile of beans! The show became a success. Discussed are the spats Norman Lear and Carroll O'Connor had about the scripts and how Archie was almost killed in a convention show. Also discussed were problems between the costars and what-have-you, and about the show's sequel Archie Bunker's Place (1979) and the very short running 704 Hauser (1994). Written by Dylan Self <robocoptng986127@aol.com>

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