Sanford and Son Reviews & Ratings

30 minutes

L.A. junk dealer Fred Sanford was Norman Lear's black counterpart to Archie Bunker. The gravel-voiced widower hurled outrageous one-liners at his Bible-toting sister-in-law, Esther; cooked up get-rich-quick schemes with buddies Grady (who got his own spin-off series in 1975) and Bubba; and feigned countless `big ones' (heart attacks) to win the sympathy of long-suffering son Lamont. Based on the British series `Steptoe and Son,' the show consistently ranked in the Top 10.
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Jan 24, 2015 10:32AM EST
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Although this show perpetuated stereotypes, it is hilarious. They use the racially offensive N____ word, so don't watch it if that offends you. It is no wonder Time magazine named this show one of the best ever!

Although this show perpetuated stereotypes, it is hilarious. They use the racially offensive N____ word, so don't watch it if that offends you. It is no wonder Time magazine named this show one of the best ever!

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Nov 23, 2014 1:15AM EST
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A timeless masterpiece.

A timeless masterpiece.