An earthquake shakes up the Sanfords, and the threat of an even bigger quake sparks Fred to sell the house and seek shelter in Las Vegas.

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Whitman Mayo ...
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Reva Rose ...
Mrs. Johnson
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Mr. Johnson
Barry Wright ...
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An earthquake shakes up the Sanfords, and the threat of an even bigger quake sparks Fred to sell the house and seek shelter in Las Vegas.

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12 September 1975 (USA)  »

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When originally broadcast, the scene of Fred attempting to hitchhike was accompanied by Bessie Smith's 'Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out". On the DVD release and in most syndicated airings, the scene is accompanied by the Sanford and Son theme. See more »

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Soon after arriving in Las Vegas, a live street crowd surrounds Fred, obviously recognizing him as Redd Foxx. One woman runs into the middle of the street, pulls out a camera and takes a snapshot of Foxx. See more »

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Fred G. Sanford: [Rebuffing Lamont's fears of an earthquake damaging their home] This place is solid as a rock, a fortress, like they say, "in time the Rockies may tumble, Gibraltar may crumble, they only made of clay, but
[spreading arms and bursting into song]
Fred G. Sanford: my junk is here to stay"!
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References The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) See more »

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Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
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Performed by Bessie Smith
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