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The Jeffersons

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The Jeffersons
The Jeffersons
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1:25 The Jeffersons

Awards

  • 2019 - Directors Guild of America Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports - Specials - winner
  • 1985 - Emmy - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - nominated
  • 1985 - Golden Globe - Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy - nominated
  • 1985 - Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy - nominated

Cast & Crew See All

Isabel Sanford
Louise Jefferson
Marla Gibbs
Florence Johnston
Sherman Hemsley
George Jefferson

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