Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
All In The Family
Herbert Hoover. 'We could use a man like Herbert Hoover again...'
The Reverend Felcher. The Reverend Felcher was his name, although Archie always called him the Reverend Fletcher.
Pinky Peterson. Remember the episode where Archie tried to get back at Pinky by setting him up with Beverly LaSalle (A man dressed as a woman).
Sammy Davis Jr.. Sammy Davis Jr's kissing Archie at the end of the episode, proved to be one of the most memorable and funniest scenes of the entire series.
World War II. You know, WW II (The big one)!
Chicago. Archie often reminds him that he's just a 'dumb Polack from Chicago!'
Reverend Felcher. Archie has little use for what the reverend has to say on Sunday mornings.
Little Emmanuel. He had to choose between Stretch Cunningham and Little Emmanuel. He chooses the keep Stretch because he's white. In a later episode, when Stretch dies, it is revealed that he was Jewish. Archie is asked to speak at the funeral.
704 Hauser Street . H-A-U-S-E-R is the correct spelling as seen on the show, but I've received a few complaints, so any spelling will have to do I guess. There's just no pleasing some people.
Sammy Davis, Jr.. Not only was Sammy black, but Jewish as well. A double-whammy for Archie. Of course, his softer side prevailed once again.
Joey . Joey was the Bunker's first grandchild.
She's Jewish. Her father told her that Archie would call her a 'Heeb' if he found out she was Jewish on her mother's side. At the end of the episode, soft-hearted Archie gives Stephanie a necklace with a Star of David.
Little Girl. Gloria will always be Archie's "Little Girl."
1971. January 12th, 1971 to be exact. One of the first truly 'groundbreaking' sitcoms, the show dealt with racism, sexuality, religion, politics and other various controversial topics.
Norman Lear. It took Norman Lear several years to convince TV executives to give 'All in the Family' a chance. CBS purchased the show from ABC in 1969. The rest is history.
'Till Death Us Do Part'. 'Till Death Us Do Part' was a British comedy show that provided the original concept for 'All in the Family'.
Justice. Archie Justice was his name, it was later changed to Bunker. The parts of his daughter and son-in-law were played by other actors, before Rob Reiner and Sally Struthers were added to the cast.