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  1. On Native GroundWHY Reward Fat Cat Bankers? Move Your MoneyRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 1 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  2. Yorkin was a pathbreakerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | O-R Online

    ... for years, Yorkin made his imprint in the 1970s by helping to shepherd into existence the sitcoms “All in the Family,” “Maude,” “The Jeffersons,” “Sanford and Son” and “Good ...

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  3. MomentumFOR REALRead the original story

    Friday Aug 28 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  4. MomentumFOR REALRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 25 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  5. 7 shows that mattered in the '70sRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | WTVR Richmond

    The most popular shows of the decade's first half, such as "All in the Family," took on social issues with directness and passion. By the late '70s, however, the biggest hits - "Happy Days," "Laverne & Shirley," "The Love Boat" - were about nostalgia and escapism.

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  6. MomentumFOR REALRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 22 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  7. Archie Bunker, Batgirl and the International Fight Against CorruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | JD Supra

    This week saw the death of two notables from the television industry, Bud Yorkin and Yvonne Craig. According to his Obituary in the New York Times , Yorkin rose up the television industry ranks to eventually team with Norman Lear to produce one of the true "pioneering, provocative and singularly successful satirical series" in the history of television, All In The Family, introducing one of the most recognizable characters in all of TV Archie Bunker .

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  8. 'All in the Family' producer Bud Yorkin dies at 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Press-Telegram

    LOS ANGELES >> Bud Yorkin, a director and producer who helped forge a new brand of topical TV comedy with the 1970s hit "All in the Family," died Tuesday, a family spokesman said. He was 89. Yorkin, who started as a writer and director in the early days of TV, made his biggest mark after joining writer-producer Norman Lear to form Tandem Productions.

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  9. Cranks: Archie, Fred and the chairRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | The Star

    ... Football player. However, I'm pretty sure one of the televisions wanted to be turned on and tuned into to All in the Family or Sanford and Son . That's what Daddy watched. All in the Family ran from 1971 to 1979 on CBS. Sanford and Son was on NBC ...

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  10. Washington native Bud Yorkin diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | O-R Online

    Washington native Bud Yorkin, a director and producer who helped forge a new brand of topical TV comedy with the 1970s hit “All in the Family,” died Tuesday, a family spokesman said.

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  11. Bud Yorkin, producing pioneer and Lear partner, dies at 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | CNN

    The '70s were known for extremes, with some TV shows -- such as "All in the Family," the groundbreaking sitcom from producers Norman Lear and Bud Yorkin -- aimed at social issues, others at escapism. "Family" premiered on CBS on January 12, 1971.

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  12. Bud Yorkin, 89, partnered with Lear to make 'All in the Family'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | TwinCities

    Bud Yorkin, a director and producer who helped forge a new brand of topical TV comedy with the 1970s hit "All in the Family," died Tuesday, a family spokesman said. He was 89. Yorkin, who started as a writer and director in the early days of TV, made his biggest mark after joining writer-producer Norman Lear to form Tandem Productions.

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  13. Western Pa. native Bud Yorkin, producer of 'All in the Family,' 'Jeffersons' dead at 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Western Pennsylvania native Bud Yorkin, who directed and produced some of the most influential and memorable television shows of the 1970s, including "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons," has died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles. He was 89. Over the course of his long career, Alan "Bud" Yorkin won six Emmy Awards, a Peabody, a Sylvania and a Director's Guild Award.

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  14. Bud Yorkin, innovative TV producer and director, dies at 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Washington Post

    Bud Yorkin, a producer and director who teamed with Norman Lear to create the 1970s sitcoms "All in the Family" and "Sanford and Son," which brought a fresh sense of social urgency and forever changed the landscape of prime-time TV, died Aug. 18 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 89. His death was announced by a publicist, Jeff Sanderson.

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  15. Yorkin, best known for All in the Family, dies at 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Chronicle Herald

    He was 89. Yorkin, who started as a writer and director in the early days of TV, made his biggest mark after joining writer-producer Norman Lear to form Tandem Productions. Tandem turned out a number of movies and TV shows in the 1960s before Yorkin and Lear adapted the English comedy Till Death Us Do Part as All in the Family with star Carroll O'Connor in 1971.

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  16. Bud Yorkin, producer of 'All in the Family,' 'The Jeffersons,' dead at 89Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    Bud Yorkin, who directed and produced some of the most influential and memorable television shows of the 1970s, including "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons," has died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles. He was 89-years-old.

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  17. Bud Yorkin, producing pioneer, dies at 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | CNN

    The '70s were known for extremes, with some TV shows -- such as "All in the Family," the groundbreaking sitcom from producers Norman Lear and Bud Yorkin -- aimed at social issues, others at escapism. "Family" premiered on CBS on January 12, 1971.

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  18. Bud Yorkin, producer of 'All in the Family,' 'The ...Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | KVOX-FM Fargo

    Bud Yorkin, who directed and produced some of the most influential and memorable television shows of the 1970s, including "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons," has died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles. He was 89-years-old.

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  19. Bud Yorkin Dies: 'All In The Family' & 'Good Times' Producer Was 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Deadline

    Bud Yorkin , a film and TV director, producer and writer who partnered with Norman Lear on the groundbreaking television comedies All In The Family , Maude, Good Times , The Jeffersons and Sanford and Son , died today of natural causes at his home in Bel-Air. He was 89. Yorkin won writing and directing Emmys for the special An Evening With Fred Astaire and another for directing The Jack Benny Program in 1960.

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  20. Bud Yorkin, co-producer of All in the Family, The Jeffersons, dead at 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | CBC News

    Director Bud Yorkin, shown accepting a career achievement award at the Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles in 2003, joined forces with Norman Lear professionally in 1959. Bud Yorkin, a director and producer who helped forge a new brand of topical TV comedy with the 1970s hit All in the Family , died Tuesday, a family spokesman said.

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