Sanford and Son

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  • TV-G
  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1972
Sanford and Son is an American sitcom that ran on the NBC television network from January 14, 1972, to March 25, 1977. It was based on the BBC Television program Steptoe and Son, which had its original broadcast run in the United Kingdom from 1962 to 1965.

Sanford and Son is an American sitcom that ran on the NBC television network from January 14, 1972, to March 25, 1977. It was based on the BBC Television program Steptoe and Son, which had its original broadcast run in the United Kingdom from 1962 to 1965.

Original Release

01/14/1972 on NBC

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Cast

Redd Foxx Fred G. Sanford
Demond Wilson Lamont Sanford
LaWanda Page Aunt Esther Anderson
Don Bexley Bubba Bexley
Whitman Mayo Grady Wilson
Nathaniel Taylor Rollo Larson
Lynn Hamilton Donna Harris
Hal Williams Officer 'Smitty' Smith
Howard Platt Officer 'Hoppy' Hopkins
Gregory Sierra Julio Fuentes
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Hawaiian Connection: Part 1 Friday, 24 September 1976
2 The Hawaiian Connection: Part 2 Friday, 01 October 1976
3 California Crude Friday, 08 October 1976
4 The Stakeout Friday, 15 October 1976
5 I Dream of Choo Choo Rabinowitz Friday, 22 October 1976
6 The Winning Ticket Friday, 05 November 1976
7 Committee Man Friday, 12 November 1976
8 Fred's Extra Job Friday, 19 November 1976
9 Carol Friday, 26 November 1976
10 Aunt Esther Has a Baby Friday, 03 December 1976
11 Aunt Esther Meets Her Son Friday, 10 December 1976
12 Sanford and Gong Friday, 17 December 1976
13 Here Today, Gone Today Tuesday, 07 December 1976
14 Fred Meets Redd Friday, 14 January 1977
15 The Defiant One Friday, 21 January 1977
16 A Matter of Silence Friday, 28 January 1977
17 When John Comes Marching Home Friday, 04 February 1977
18 The Reverend Sanford Friday, 11 February 1977
19 The Will Friday, 18 February 1977
20 Fred the Activist Friday, 25 February 1977
21 The Lucky Streak Friday, 04 March 1977
22 Funny, You Don't Look It Friday, 11 March 1977
23 Fred Sings the Blues Friday, 18 March 1977
24 School Daze Friday, 25 March 1977
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Directors

Peter Baldwin, Alan Rafkin, Jack Shea, Bill Foster, Norman Abbott, Russ Petranto, Bud Yorkin, Mark Warren, James Sheldon, Stan Lathan, Rick Edelstein, Herbert Kenwith, Charles S. Dubin, Bob LaHendro, Hal Cooper, Sid McCoy, Carl McCarthy, Al Rabin, Chuck Liotta, Lewis Gomavitz, William R. Wyse, Bruce Bilson, Coby Ruskin, George Tyne

Writers

Norman Lear, Ray Galton, Alan Simpson, Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein, Aaron Ruben, Ilunga Adell, Jeffery Hazle, Ted Bergman, Gene Farmer, Jerry Ross, Larry Mintz, Alan Eisenstock, Allan Katz, Don Reo, Garry Shandling, James R. Stein, James Fritzell, Bob Illes, Paul Mooney, Rick Mittleman, Everett Greenbaum, George Yanok, Lloyd Garver, Robert Garland, Redd Foxx, Richard Pryor, Winston Moss, Earl Barret, Arnie Rosen, Ken Hecht, John T. Bell, Joseph R. Henderson, Joseph Feinstein, Terry Ryan, Mort Scharfman, Odie Hawkins, Charles T. Williams, Joanie Rhodes, Jim Belcher, Phil Mishkin, Matt Robinson, Paul Wayne, Bill Manhoff, Lee Kalcheim, George Burditt, Richard Freiman, Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Davis, Calvin Kelly, Bob DeVinney, Warren S. Murray, Stephen Young, Jay Burton, Earl Pomerantz

Creators

Alan Simpson, Ray Galton

Cast

Redd Foxx Fred G. Sanford
Demond Wilson Lamont Sanford
LaWanda Page Aunt Esther Anderson
Don Bexley Bubba Bexley
Whitman Mayo Grady Wilson
Nathaniel Taylor Rollo Larson
Lynn Hamilton Donna Harris
Hal Williams Officer 'Smitty' Smith
Howard Platt Officer 'Hoppy' Hopkins
Gregory Sierra Julio Fuentes
Raymond Allen Uncle Woodrow 'Woody' Anderson
Noam Pitlik Officer 'Swanny' Swanhauser
Marlene Clark Janet Lawson
Pat Morita Ah Chew
Leroy Daniels Lucky Leroy
Ernest Mayhand Slick Skillet
Slappy White Melvin
Arnold Johnson George F. 'Hutch' Hutton
Allan Drake Rodney Victor
Billy Allyn Billy

Producers

Bud Yorkin Executive Producer
Norman Lear Executive Producer
Norman C. Hopps Producer
Norman Lear Producer
Bud Yorkin Producer
Saul Turteltaub Producer
Bernie Orenstein Producer
Aaron Ruben Producer
Marian Rees Producer

Editors

Ken Denisoff, Chuck Droege, Dick King, Bob Veatch, Stowell Werden, Stephen McKeown, Rex Bagwell, Gus Aguilera, Steven Orland

1976 Golden Globe Best Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1976 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Video Tape Editing for a Series Nominated
1975 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1975 Golden Globe Best Supporting Actor - Television Nominated
1974 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1974 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1974 Emmy Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Nominated
1973 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Comedy or Musical Won
1973 Emmy Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated
1973 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1972 Emmy Outstanding Series - Comedy Nominated
1972 Emmy Outstanding New Series Nominated
1972 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
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