ALL IN THE FAMILY TV CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: ROB REINER, JEAN STAPLETON, SALLY STRUTHERS - HFSID 320662
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ALL IN THE FAMILY TV CAST: ROB REINER, JEAN STAPLETON and SALLY STRUTHERS
Still from the popular series, showing Reiner eating a sandwich under the watchful eyes of Struthers and Stapleton.
Photograph signed: "Peace/Rob Reiner", "Sally/Struthers", "Jean Stapleton". B/w, 10x8. Without being preachy or making its characters unlikable, Norman Lear's sitcom All in the Family (1971-1979), which also starred Carroll O'Connor, dealt candidly with many American social problems and prejudices. Multi-talented ROB REINER (b. 1947) has one of Hollywood's more remarkable careers, having gone from celebrity's son to comedy writer to TV actor to one of Hollywood's most successful producers and directors. He is the son of comedy giant Carl Reiner. Rob co-founded the improvisational comedy troupe The Session and then became a comedy writer for such shows as The Smothers Brothers' Comedy Hour. Reiner starred as Mike Stivic, Archie Bunker's son-in-law on All in the Family (1971-1978), taking two Emmys before he left. He then turned to directing films; some of which include Stand By Me (1986), When Harry Met Sally (1989), Misery (1990), A Few Good Men (Best Picture Oscar nomination, 1993) and Ghosts of Mississippi (1996). Reiner has also continued to act in films. Stage, screen and television actress JEAN STAPLETON (1923-2013) is best known for her role as Edith Bunker, aka "Dingbat", in the popular TV sitcom, All in the Family (1971-1980). Although the Emmy Award-winning "Edith" opened the show each week with a screeching rendition of "Those Were the Days", Stapleton not only possessed a lilting, well-modulated singing voice, but she was far from a "dingbat" in real life. She endeared herself to Broadwayites with her wistfully funny characterizations in the SRO musicals Damn Yankees, Bells Are Ringing and Funny Girl, roles that she would carry over into the film versions of these hits. Most of her onscreen work could be found in New York-based movies (Something Wild, Up the Down Staircase and Klute) and TV series (Car 54, Where Are You?, The Defenders and The Patty Duke Show). Stage, screen and television actress SALLY STRUTHERS (b. 1948) is best known for her role as Gloria Bunker Stivic on All in the Family. Televised on CBS from 1971-1979, Family was the first situation comedy to deal openly with bigotry, prejudice and politics, and it was the number one show in the Nielsen ratings during its first five seasons. Struthers, who left the series after seven seasons, had made her television debut as a dancer in a Herb Alpert special and had later appeared as a regular on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967) and The Tim Conway Comedy Hour (1970), and she had stolen scenes in the 1970 feature film, Five Easy Pieces. After All in the Family, Struthers appeared in several feature films, including The Getaway (1972), made her Broadway debut in Wally's Cafe (1981, directed by former Family co-star Rob Reiner), and did voice work for a number of series, including Dinosaurs (1991-1994, as the voice of teen-aged daughter, Charlene Sinclair). Struthers also had her own short-lived series, Gloria (1992-1993), the final spin-off of All in the Family, made several appearances on Archie Bunker's Place (another Family spin-off) and she has been seen as Babette Dell on Gilmore Girls since 2000. Struthers was also the spokesperson for the Christian Children's Fund for many years. Lightly toned. Fine condition.
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