|Writers||Dani Michaeli (written by)
Andrew Overtoom (written by)
|Cast||S. Scott Bullock Marco Cinello Don Novello Kurtwood Smith Cheryl Hines|
|Plot||Witness the wacky antics of a pea-brained Adolf Hitler and his cronies as they hide out in the bunker in the final days of World War II. Whether it's fist-fighting with the Pope over the last slice of pizza or competing to impress (and undress) the insatiable Eva Braun, you'll wish you could go underground with this hilarious bunch of misanthropic misfits as they take one day at a time.... with nothing going their way.... see All in the Bunker on IMDb|
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|From one of television's pioneering creators, Norman Lear comes one of the most beloved families in television history, the Bunkers, starring Carroll O'Connor as Archie, Jean Stapleton as Edith, Rob Reiner as Mike "Meathead" Stivic and Sally Struthers as Gloria. Television was changed forever the night of January 12, 1971, when the premiere episode of "All in the Family" debuted. This three disc set contains the first complete season. The show's central character, Archie Bunker, is a working-class family man who holds bigoted, conservative views of the world. His viewpoints clash with nearly everyone he comes into contact with, especially his liberal son-in-law Mike Stivic (or, as Archie delights in calling him, "Meathead"). The two disagree about nearly everything: politics, minorities, sex, religion, economics, war, gun control, crime, free speech, women's rights, morality, philosophy and (so it seems) life in general. Archie's daughter, Gloria, often (but not always) sides with Mike, while his saintly wife, Edith, is the rock that holds the family together. Edith is as friendly, reserved, considerate and open-minded as Archie is bigoted, loud, rude and closed-minded; however, the love and faithfulness between them is undeniable. During the course of its remarkable eight-year run, All in the Family was nominated for an amazing 48 Emmy Awards, taking home 20 trophies with multiple wins for all of the lead characters as well as three wins for Outstanding Comedy Series. Numerous spin-off series resulted from All in the Family including the very successful "Maude" and "The Jeffersons."|
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