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The Goldbergs 

Comedy-drama about a Jewish-American family living in New York City.
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1957   1956   1955   1954   … See all »
Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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Cast

Series cast summary:
Gertrude Berg ...  Molly Goldberg 65 episodes, 1949-1957
Arlene McQuade Arlene McQuade ...  Rosalie Goldberg / ... 57 episodes, 1949-1957
Eli Mintz ...  Uncle David / ... 56 episodes, 1949-1957
Robert H. Harris ...  Jake Goldberg / ... 51 episodes, 1950-1957
Tom Taylor Tom Taylor ...  Sammy Goldberg / ... 35 episodes, 1952-1957
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Comedy-drama about a Jewish-American family living in New York City.

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The live sitcom debuted on CBS on 10 January 1949 and remained on the Monday night line up at different times until June 1951. The Red Scare blacklisting (primarily affecting co-star Philip Loeb, ultimately with tragic results; forced off the show by nervous sponsors, he sank into a depression and committed suicide in 1955) coincided with a production contract expiration and the popular series ended up on NBC for two seasons through September, 1953 (in 1952 it was shown as a 15 minute program on Mondays-Wednesdays and Fridays, reverting to a half-hour program for the remainder of the run). The show then jumped briefly to the financially strapped DuMont Network (Apr-Oct 1954) on Tuesday nights as a half-hour show. This last DuMont cast would carry on for an additional season in first run syndication. Around 20 of the DuMont episodes survive, along with all of the "filmed" syndicated episodes. See more »

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Molly Goldberg: Yoo hoo, Mrs Bloom!
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Fond Memories
26 October 2001 | by ivan-22See all my reviews

I've had the privilege of seeing only two episodes of this pioneering family show, many years ago (in reruns), and I was quite impressed with its unique brand of humor and human warmth. Let's hope that many episodes survive and will be shown again, but sorry to say, the likelihood is small. With the advent of digital TV, "grainy" black and white vintage TV is even less likely to be appreciated. People seem to think that they are not getting their money's worth if they are not utilizing the full potential of their expensive TV sets. Well, there's another kind of potential that ought to be cherished: the human potential, as embodied in THE GOLDBERGS and other priceless, unforgettable family shows like MAMA. If you want to see them, your best chance is the Museum of Television and Radio in Los Angeles and New York. Alas, they don't sell copies of the shows. One doesn't even know who implemented such tight-hearted policies or why.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 1949 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Molly See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (1952)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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