All in the Family

Legendary and controversial series focused on conservative working stiff Archie Bunker fighting the tide of social change and dealing with flighty wife Edith, daughter Gloria and left-leaning son-in-law Michael Stivic.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials January 1968 May 2019 11
Season 1 January 1971 April 1971 13
Season 2 September 1971 March 1972 24
Season 3 September 1972 March 1973 24
Season 4 September 1973 March 1974 24
Season 5 September 1974 March 1975 24
Season 6 September 1975 March 1976 24
Season 7 September 1976 March 1977 25
Season 8 October 1977 March 1978 24
Season 9 September 1978 April 1979 25
Unassigned Episodes 1
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 0
Season 1 January 1971 April 1971 13
Season 2 September 1971 March 1972 24
Season 3 September 1972 March 1973 24
Season 4 September 1973 March 1974 24
Season 5 September 1974 March 1975 25
Season 6 September 1975 March 1976 24
Season 7 September 1976 March 1977 25
Season 8 October 1977 March 1978 24
Season 9 September 1978 April 1979 25
Unassigned Episodes 11
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 0
Unassigned Episodes 219
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Paul Bogart 81 09/08/1975 - 04/08/1979
John Rich 64 01/12/1971 - 02/16/1974
Don Nicholl 29 02/23/1971 - 01/11/1975
Bob Lahendro 22 10/07/1972 - 02/02/1974
Bob Weiskopf 18 10/09/1977 - 02/11/1979
Milt Josefsberg 18 10/06/1975 - 02/04/1979
Bob Schiller 18 10/09/1977 - 02/11/1979
H. Wesley Kenney 17 10/05/1974 - 03/08/1975
Norman Lear 11 01/12/1971 - 09/15/1973
Phil Mishkin 8 02/23/1971 - 11/18/1972
Irma Kalish 5 11/13/1971 - 12/22/1973
Austin Kalish 5 11/13/1971 - 12/22/1973
Erik Tarloff 4 02/19/1977 - 12/25/1977
Michael Loman 4 11/13/1976 - 01/22/1978
Barry Harmon 3 11/02/1974 - 10/09/1977
Paul Wayne 3 10/02/1971 - 09/22/1973
Alan J. Levitt 3 11/20/1971 - 01/01/1972
Harve Brosten 3 11/02/1974 - 10/09/1977
Stanley Ralph Ross 3 01/26/1971 - 02/10/1973
Mort Lachman 3 10/27/1976 - 02/25/1979
Paul Harrison 2 12/04/1971
Michael Elias 2 09/30/1972
Lennie Weinrib 2 12/04/1971
George Bloom 2 09/16/1972
Norman Campbell 2 09/16/1972 - 09/23/1972
Elias Davis 2 02/12/1972
Dave Pollack 2 02/12/1972
Ron Bloomberg 2 01/08/1978
Helen August 1 11/06/1971
Hal Cooper 1 10/21/1972
Marion Zola 1 12/11/1976
Jim Tisdale 1 10/27/1976
Tom August 1 11/06/1971
Bill Manhoff 1 09/30/1972
Sam Greenbaum 1 10/22/1978
Robert H. Livingston 1 10/07/1972
Ed Haas 1 12/11/1976
Walter Miller 1 03/04/1979
Bob Livingston 1 10/07/1972
Martin Cohan 1 01/06/1973
Calvin Kelly 1 10/27/1976
Wes Kenney 1 01/18/1975
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Larry Rhine 36 09/22/1975 - 03/25/1979
Mel Tolkin 36 10/27/1975 - 03/25/1979
Bernie West 30 09/25/1971 - 01/11/1975
Michael Ross 28 09/25/1971 - 01/11/1975
Lou Derman 17 11/16/1974 - 03/08/1976
Bill Davenport 13 11/16/1974 - 02/16/1976
Ben Starr 11 12/08/1975 - 01/08/1978
Phil Sharp 8 02/05/1978 - 02/04/1979
Rob Reiner 7 02/23/1971 - 11/18/1972
Chuck Stewart 6 10/06/1976 - 10/23/1977
Douglas Arango 5 11/06/1976 - 02/26/1977
Burt Styler 5 02/09/1971 - 11/04/1972
Lee Kalcheim 5 10/09/1971 - 09/29/1973
Phil Doran 5 11/06/1976 - 02/26/1977
Bryan Joseph 4 02/23/1971 - 03/16/1971
Gordon Mitchell 4 10/27/1973 - 01/18/1975
Lloyd Turner 4 10/27/1973 - 01/18/1975
John Rappaport 4 10/06/1973 - 11/17/1975
Patt Shea 3 02/18/1979 - 04/08/1979
Harriet Weiss 3 02/18/1979 - 04/08/1979
William C. Rader, M.D. 2 11/06/1977 - 11/13/1977
Olga Vallance 2 10/21/1972 - 02/17/1973
Susan Harris 2 03/09/1971 - 01/15/1972
Lila Garrett 2 09/30/1972 - 01/26/1974
Rod Parker 2 03/04/1972 - 03/11/1972
Woody Kling 2 03/09/1974 - 10/12/1974
Warren S. Murray 2 01/22/1972 - 12/01/1973
Hal Kanter 2 09/08/1975 - 09/15/1975
Jerry Mayer 2 02/16/1971 - 04/06/1971
Bud Wiser 2 02/02/1974 - 01/04/1975
Michael Morris 2 11/24/1973 - 02/15/1975
Sam Locke 2 10/21/1972 - 02/17/1973
Lee Erwin 1 01/19/1971
Robert L. Goodwin 1 03/09/1974
Paul Lichtman 1 01/12/1974
Steve Zacharias 1 01/08/1972
Nate Monaster 1 10/01/1978
Lester Pine 1 02/05/1972
John Baskin 1 12/14/1974
Albert E. Lewin 1 01/22/1978
Ray Taylor 1 11/10/1973
Gene Perret 1 11/20/1976
Mickey Rose 1 01/26/1974
Michael Rosst 1 09/23/1972
David P. Harmon 1 11/30/1974
Bob Arnott 1 03/08/1975
Harriet Belkin 1 10/19/1974
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Tina Pine 1 02/05/1972
Roger Shulman 1 12/14/1974
Fred Freiberger 1 01/19/1971
Henry Garson 1 01/29/1972
Norman Belkin 1 10/19/1974
Jay Moriarty 1 12/25/1976
Bill Dana 1 02/19/1972
Susan Ware 1 02/08/1975
Larry Rhive 1 12/25/1977
Sandy Stern 1 03/23/1971
Dennis Klein 1 12/08/1973
Bill Richmond 1 11/20/1976
Howard Storm 1 01/12/1974
Mike Milligan 1 12/25/1976
Ron Friedman 1 12/07/1974
Dixie Brown Grossman 1 10/26/1974
Don Nicho 1 10/07/1972

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