Legendary broadcast pioneer Norman Lear is known for creating some of the most acclaimed and top-rated television series of all time! Now you can own the first seasons of these classic hit shows in one collectible set, plus over six hours of exclusive new bonus features:
All in the Family
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (first 25 episodes)
One Day at a Time
Sanford & Son
One of the most respected men in the entertainment industry, Lear has garnered four Emmy Awards® and was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame. In addition, his philanthropic efforts include founding the People for the American Way and the Norman Lear Center at USC's Annenberg School of Communication; he also continues to be a strong voice for First Amendment rights.
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- Those Were The Days - The Birth of "All in The Family"
- The TV Revolution Begins - "All in the Family" is On the Air
- Never-Before-Released Pilot: "Those Were the Days"
- Never-Before-Released "Lost" 1971 Pilot: "And Justice For All"
- Everyone Loves a Clown
- And Then There's "Maude": Television's First Feminist
- Everything But Hemorrhoids: "Maude" Speaks to America
- Ain't We Lucky We Got 'Em: "Good Times"
- Movin' On Up: "The Jeffersons"
- This is It - The Story of "One Day at A Time"
- Introduction by Norman Lear
- The Legacy of a Television Revolutionary