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Band/Artist: ARCHIE AND EDITH BUNKER

Album Title: ALL IN THE FAMILY...
All in the Family is an American sitcom that was originally broadcast on the CBS television network from January 12, 1971, to April 8, 1979. In September 1979, a new show, Archie Bunker's Place, picked up where All in the Family had ended. That sitcom lasted another four years, ending its run in 1983.
Produced by Norman Lear and Bud Yorkin, the original pilot was entitled Justice for All and was developed for ABC. Tom Bosley, Jack Warden, and Jackie Gleason were all considered for the role of Archie Bunker. In fact, CBS wanted to buy the rights to the original British show Till Death Us Do Part and retool it specifically for Gleason, who was under contract to them, but producer Norman Lear beat out CBS for the rights and offered the show to ABC.
Carroll O'Connor and Jean Stapleton played Archie and Edith Justice. Kelly Jean Peters played Gloria and Tim McIntire played her husband, Richard. It was taped in October 1968 in New York City. After screening the first pilot, ABC gave the producers more money to shoot a second pilot entitled Those Were the Days, which was taped in February 1969 in Hollywood. Candice Azzara played Gloria and Chip Oliver played Richard. D'Urville Martin played Lionel Jefferson in both pilots. After ABC turned down the second pilot, CBS developed the third pilot, entitled All in the Family. This pilot had the final cast and was the series' first episode.

Format...Sitcom
Developed by...Norman Lear (based on Till Death Us Do Part, created by Johnny Speight)
Starring...
Carroll O'Connor
Jean Stapleton
Rob Reiner
Sally Struthers
Danielle Brisebois
Theme music composer...Lee Adams, Charles Strouse
Opening theme..."Those Were the Days" Performed by Carroll O'Connor and Jean Stapleton
Ending theme..."Remembering You" by Roger Kellaway and Carroll O'Connor (instrumental version)
Country of origin...United States
No. of seasons...9
No. of episodes...208 (List of episodes)

Tracks/Songs: SEE THE PHOTOS

Year: 1971

Record Label/ID: ATLANTIC/SD7210

Sound: STEREO

Genre: TELEVISION COMEDY

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Sleeve Condition: (NM)... No wear. Is in open factory clear sleeve cover.

Record Condition: (NM-)... Plays through fine. Only a few fine surface scratches.

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THE VINYL FRONTIER USES THE FOLLOWING GRADING SYSTEM:

Mint (M): This is a grade that won't be used unless the record is still sealed.

Near Mint (NM): This record shows no obvious signs of wear. A record that looks like new. The jacket may show only light wear with minor scuffing and/or edge-wear. The jacket will not have seam splits, folds, or cut-out holes.

Near Mint Minus (NM-): This record won't be perfect and may show very minimal signs of use. This is a record that may have been played but was handled with extreme care. The jacket may have light scuffing and/or edge-wear, minimal creasing, promotional cut-outs or cut corners.

Very Good Plus (VG+): This record will show light use and may have some mild scuffing and/or fine surfaces scratches that may create light surface noise. Light surface noise may be noticeable during quiet passages and in between tracks. This is a record that was obviously played and shows light to moderate wear. The jacket may have light to moderate scuffing, edge-wear, slight ring wear, lightly turned-up corners, promotional cut-outs or cut corners.

Very Good (VG): This record will show more signs of wear. Surface scuffing and light scratches will be much more visible. Surface noise will be more noticeable. Record labels may have writing, or stickers attached. The jacket will have scuffing and edge-wear and may have seam splits, ring wear, turned-up corners, and cut-out holes. Jackets may also have a previous owner's name or other writing.

Good (G): This record will have even more wear with significant surface noise, scratches, and possible groove wear. However, with all of these defects described, the record should play without skipping. The jacket may have seam splits, ring wear, turned-up corners, and cut-out holes. Jackets may also have a previous owner's name or other writing.

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*GO TO...http://www.allmusic.com...TO SEE MORE ABOUT THE BAND/ARTIST AND LISTEN TO SOME OF THE MUSIC. YOU MAY ALSO BE ABLE TO SEE LIVE VIDEO.

**ALL RECORDS HAVE BEEN PLAYED BEGINNING TO END FOR QUALITY CHECK. ALL COVERS HAVE BEEN WIPED DOWN AND RECORDS HAVE BEEN MACHINE CLEANED BEFORE BEING PUT UP FOR SALE AND AGAIN BEFORE SHIPPING...

***ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

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THE VINYL FRONTIER...

ALL in the FAMILY - 1971 Vintage Vinyl Record Album

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: WAX, PAPER, VINYL, VINYL RECORD, CARDBOARD
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