When two competing politicians each seek to use Fred's junkyard for a campaign headquarters, Della Reese appeals to Fred to stand by her man.
Did You Know?
Della Reese performs "Ease on Down the Road," which song was introduced in the 1975 Broadway show "The Wiz". Three years later the film version of The Wiz
(1978) made this song a number one disco hit when it was performed as a duet by Michael Jackson
and Diana Ross
. See more
Fred G. Sanford
What this neighborhood doesn't need is another campaign headquarters. It needs a junkyard! As long as I have breath in my body, strength in my arms, and love in my heart for my fellow man, I'm gonna give 'em junk!
Della Reese's character is listed in the closing credits as "Della, Della, Della," which is what Fred called her as he suffered a heart attack upon seeing her standing in his doorway. See more
Ease On Down The Road
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