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"This is the big one!" -Fred Sanford
An early milestone in urban TV comedy, Sandford and Son was an immediate critical and audience favorite when it debuted in the early ´70s, signaling the arrival of one of TV´s most memorable characters: cantankerous-but -lovable junk dealer Fred Sanford (Redd Foxx). An African-American answer to Archie Bunker," widower Sanford and his "Dummy" son Lamont (Demond Wilson) run a family junk business in Watts, dreaming up schemes to strike it rich. Outspoken and outrageous, Sanford serves up big laughs as he skewers stereotypes, forever threatening "How´d you like one across your lip?" Aided by a colorful cast that includes acid-tongued Aunt Esther (LaWanda Page), Sanford and Son provided a showcase for black talent of all generations, featuring guest stars like Lena Horne and episodes written by Richard Pryor. Timely and topical during its highly-rated five-year run (1972-1977) Sanford and Son emerged as one of the decades biggest TV hits, inspiring producer Norman Lear to develop more barrier-breaking shows like The Jeffersons and Good Times.
Disc one contains episodes 1-9 from season two.
Disc two contains episodes 10-18 from season two.
Disc three contains episodes 19-24 from season two.
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