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Archie and the KKK: Part 2 ()


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Archie learns that Gordie and Mitch - the two men he met earlier at his bar - plan to burn a cross on the Stivic's lawn and must come up with a way to stop them. When Archie tries to persuade Mike to write a new letter to the editor... See more »

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Archie Bunker
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Edith Bunker
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Michael 'Meathead' Stivic
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Gloria Bunker-Stivic
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Gordie Lloyd
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Mitch Turner

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Paul Bogart

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Norman Lear ... (developed by) (creator)
 
Bob Weiskopf ... (written by) &
Bob Schiller ... (written by)
 
Johnny Speight ... ("Til Death Do Us Part" created by)

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Brigit Jensen ... associate producer (as Brigit Jensen-Drake)
Milt Josefsberg ... producer
Mort Lachman ... executive producer
Norman Lear ... executive producer
Bud Yorkin ... executive producer (uncredited)

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Harold McKenzie ... (video tape)

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Don Roberts

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Rita Riggs

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Ariel Bagdadi ... hair stylist
Rita O'Dell ... makeup artist

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Norman Lear ... production supervisor
Jim Terry ... unit manager

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Marlene Laird ... associate director (as Marlena Laird)

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Warren L. Shaffer ... property master

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Georja Skinner ... audio

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Joe Epperson ... camera operator
Chris Roberts ... lighting director
Tom Schamp ... lighting director

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Jane Murray ... casting executive

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Lee Adams ... composer: opening theme "Those Were the Days"
Roger Kellaway ... composer: closing theme "Remembering You"
Carroll O'Connor ... composer: closing theme "Remembering You"
Charles Strouse ... composer: opening theme "Those Were the Days"

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Milt Josefsberg ... script supervisor
Mort Lachman ... script supervisor
Bob Schiller ... script consultant
Bob Weiskopf ... script consultant

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David Eisenbise ... technical director
Gail Liberti-Kennedy ... assistant to producer (as Gail Liberti)
Michael Mount ... production assistant
Ted Ray ... stage manager
Larry Rhine ... story editor
Mel Tolkin ... story editor

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Plot Summary

Archie learns that Gordie and Mitch - the two men he met earlier at his bar - plan to burn a cross on the Stivic's lawn and must come up with a way to stop them. When Archie tries to persuade Mike to write a new letter to the editor (recanting his previous stance on free enterprise), he lets slip that he had spoken with known Klu Klux Klan members. Mike is outraged and tells Archie to go away, but Archie is still determined to stop the cross burning - even if it means he will be the KKK's next target. Written by Brian Rathjen

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  • Archie and the KKK: Part 2 (United States)
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  • 30 min
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Movie Connections References King Kong (1933). See more »
Soundtracks Those Were the Days See more »
Quotes Mitch Turner: We're gonna put the fear of God into your commie son-in-law!
Archie Bunker: But, but listen. I don't want ya's to burn no cross. I got a little grandson who's only two years old. and I want him to grow up normal, see. And, and if he sees a cross burning there, he might get the wrong idea about what the cross really means.
Mitch Turner: Don't tell us about what the cross really means! I don't know what you are, Bunker, but you're not a true-blue American!
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