Few television shows have left as substantial and enduring a footprint on American popular culture as Norman Lear's masterpiece All In The Family. This groundbreaking comedy series looked at the state of the world through the eyes of an argumentative but loving family and gave us some of the most fully dimensional characters in television history. The jokes had a million targets, aiming at race, politics, sex and human foibles, but the humor was firmly rooted in the characters of Archie, Edith, Mike and Gloria.
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Benedict, Bill, 1917-1999, actor.
Bickley, William, 1947- screenwriter.
Brennan, Eileen, actor.
Dana, Bill, 1924-2017, screenwriter.
Davis, Elias, screenwriter.
Erwin, Lee, -1972, screenwriter.
Evans, Mike, 1949-2006, actor.
Fischer, Corey, actor.
Freiberger, Fred, screenwriter.
Harris, Susan, 1940- screenwriter.
Kalcheim, Lee, screenwriter.
Kalish, Austin, screenwriter.
Kalish, Irma, screenwriter.
Lear, Norman, creator, television producer, screenwriter.
Levitt, Alfred Lewis, screenwriter.
Macy, Bill, 1922- actor.
Mayer, Jerry, screenwriter.
Mishkin, Phil, screenwriter.
Near, Holly, actor.
Nicholl, Don, screenwriter.
O'Connor, Carroll, actor.
Parker, Rod, screenwriter.
Pine, Lester, screenwriter.
Pine, Tina, screenwriter.
Pollock, David, screenwriter.
Reiner, Rob, screenwriter, actor.
Rich, John, 1925-2012, television producer, television director.
Ross, Stanley Ralph, screenwriter.
Sanford, Isabel, 1917-2004, actor.
Shout! Factory (Firm), distributor.
Sony Pictures Television, production company.
Soul, David, actor.
Stapleton, Jean, 1923-2013, actor.
Struthers, Sally, actor.
Weinrib, Len, screenwriter.
West, Bernie, screenwriter.
Yorkin, Bud, 1926-2015, television producer.
Zacharias, Steve, screenwriter.
television adaptation of (work): Speight, Johnny, 1920-1998. Till death do us part.