Alf 'N' Family

  • 1968
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

A theatrical version of the popular British TV series, which was the inspiration for the long-running "All in the Family" on US television. Basically plotless, the film follows the lives of a cockney family beginning during WW II. Mitchell, the model for "Archie Bunker," plays the racist, foul-mouthed, opinionated head of the house, constantly spouting...read more

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A theatrical version of the popular British TV series, which was the inspiration for the long-running "All in the Family" on US television. Basically plotless, the film follows the lives of a cockney family beginning during WW II. Mitchell, the model for "Archie Bunker," plays the

racist, foul-mouthed, opinionated head of the house, constantly spouting his pearls of wisdom regarding politics, society, and religion. The film covers his marriage to Nichols; the birth of his daughter, Stubbs; her marriage to hippie-type Booth; and the family's eventual move from a London slum

to the suburbs. Ray Davies of the British rock band the Kinks provides the title song. Worth a look, especially for "All in the Family" fans.

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