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In what city did the show take place?
What was the name of Fred's deceased wife?
Fred's foil, Esther, was what relation to him?
What artist composed the theme for Sanford and Son?
Which of the following was NOT one of the shows to follow Sanford and Son?
Songs from what musical group were repeatedly sang on the show?
To what did Foxx credit Fred's signature walk?
On what network did Sanford and Son originally air?
The salvage yard was located in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles.
As a running gag, Fred would clutch his heart and tell Elizabeth he would soon join her in heaven.
Before Esther, there was another sister-in-law, Ethel, who was not quite as… antogonistic.
"The Streetbeater" was written by Jones specifically with Redd Foxx in mind.
The Streetbeater was written by Jones specifically with Redd Foxx in mind.
Grady, the only real spinoff of the three shows, followed the title character as he moved in with his daughter.
Redd Foxx was a fan of the group and paid the royalties to use their music out of pocket.
Shoes. A defining character trait came out of wardrobe providing Foxx with heavy shoes.
It was the first and only show produced by Normal Lear not to air on CBS.
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