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Sanford and Son

L.A. junk dealer Fred Sanford was Norman Lear's black counterpart to Archie Bunker. The gravel-voiced widower hurled outrageous one-liners at his Bible-toting sister-in-law, Esther; cooked up get-rich-quick schemes with buddies Grady (who got his own spin- (more…)

Premiered: January 14, 1972

Rating: TV-PG

User Rating:4.27 out of 5 (93 ratings)

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When Fred is caught spending a lot of time with Doris, a white school-teacher, everyone is sure he's only studying about the birds and bees. But Fred insists there's much more to the relationship.

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Fred and Lamont need a quick $4,000 to buy the Sanford Arms. Investing their last $500 in a poker game, Fred wins. Then he wins at a racetrack too, and heads off to Las Vegas to try and stay lucky.

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  • Premiered: January 14, 1972
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • User Rating:4.27 out of 5 (93 ratings)
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  • Premise: L.A. junk dealer Fred Sanford was Norman Lear's black counterpart to Archie Bunker. The gravel-voiced widower hurled outrageous one-liners at his Bible-toting sister-in-law, Esther; cooked up get-rich-quick schemes with buddies Grady (who got his own spin-… (more)

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