In 1956, 14-year-old Alan Silver's life revolves around family, the synagogue and the Dodgers. Grandparents Jules and Sophie live in the same brownstone as Alan, his brother Nate, and their parents Phyllis and George.
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1993   1992   1991  
Won 1 Golden Globe. Another 12 wins & 26 nominations. See more awards »

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 Sophie Berger 33 episodes, 1991-1993
Danny Gerard ...
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 Jules Berger 33 episodes, 1991-1993
Matthew Louis Siegel ...
 Nathaniel Silver 33 episodes, 1991-1993
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 Phyllis Berger Silver 32 episodes, 1991-1993
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 George Silver 32 episodes, 1991-1993
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 Nicholas Scamperelli 24 episodes, 1991-1993
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In 1956, 14-year-old Alan Silver's life revolves around family, the synagogue and the Dodgers. Grandparents Jules and Sophie live in the same brownstone as Alan, his brother Nate, and their parents Phyllis and George.

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20 September 1991 (USA)  »

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Brooklyn-híd  »

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Louis Zorich and Olympia Dukakis (married in real-life) were offered the roles of Jules and Sophie Berger. While Zorich accepted his role, Dukakis declined the part. See more »

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On one show the two brothers are talking about red and gold Kryptonite on how it affects Superman. Red K was first seen in the late 1950s and gold K was seen in the early 1960s. Long after this show takes place See more »

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Featured in The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg (1998) See more »

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One of the very best TV series ever
26 December 1998 | by See all my reviews

How predictable and unfortunate that CBS took "Brooklyn Bridge" off the air-an "oasis" in the desert of television-one of the very best television series that ever existed. How fortunate that Bravo (on cable) has picked it up. What a treat to watch something as alive and vital as this series is-something not "canned" and contrived as most television is today.


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