Working class widower Joe Vitale is raising his teenage boys Mark and Nick in Hoboken, New Jersey with the help of his aunt Florence. Proudly Italian-American, he hangs out with pal Gus and neighbor waitress Estelle.
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...  Joe Vitale 14 episodes, 1975-1976
...  Mark Vitale 14 episodes, 1975-1976
...  Gus Duzik 14 episodes, 1975-1976
...  Josephine Molonaire 14 episodes, 1975-1976
Jimmy Baio ...  Nick Vitale 12 episodes, 1975-1976
Bobbi Jordan ...  Estelle 12 episodes, 1975-1976
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Working class widower Joe Vitale is raising his teenage boys Mark and Nick in Hoboken, New Jersey with the help of his aunt Florence. Proudly Italian-American, he hangs out with pal Gus and neighbor waitress Estelle.

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18 April 1975 (USA)  »

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In the pilot the show took place in a small Pennsylvania town. The setting was changed to Hoboken, New Jersey for the rest of the series. See more »

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The Super/Joe and Sons
15 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

The show I remember was called "The Super" starring Richard S. Castellano and, although your information doesn't show it, I could have sworn the son was played by Bruce (a/k/a Bruno) Kirby and that there was a wife and son in the picture, too. The best thing I remember is Catellano's character swatting the kid in the back of the head for doing or saying something stupid and Kirby's great comeback line: "Hey Pop!" Castellano was always one of my favorite (if not most favorite) character actor. He had the down-to-earth, guy next door, everyman quality that made you relate to him. He could make something as mundane as teaching the future Godfather to fry sausages something entertaining. He was a big bear of a guy with a heart of gold. He died much MUCH too young.


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