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Name:
rweadock@frontier.com (rweadock@frontier.com)
Date:1/9/2013 10:41:31 AM
Subject:facts
 

couldn't find the classic

don't confuse me with the facts. my head is made up

want to use it as an exact quote.

thanks

 
 
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Name:
ROBERT (bobhend@rochester.rr.com)
Date:12/5/2012 8:53:26 PM
Subject:BUNKER-ISMS
 

I remember "Like two sheep that passed in the night" but that is strictly from my memory.

 
 
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Name:
Kassi (kontakt@stara-basn.pl)
Date:10/19/2012 8:28:17 AM
Subject:Site
 

Superb information here, ole chap; keep burning the midnight oil.

 
 
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Name:
Phil Abromats (pabromats@yahoo.com)
Date:7/5/2012 3:52:00 PM
Subject:Archie Bunker for President
 

I was 12 years old in 1972 and my parents made sure we all watched the political nominating conventions on TV. I remember two things about the Republican one. First was the clerk who recorded the delegates' votes, and he couldn't pronounce Nixon's name right. He kept saying Richard M. NIX-onn.

The second will interest readers of this forum. I recall when they called the roll of the states, I would hear stuff like, "the great state of %3Cwhatever%3E casts 23 votes for Richard M. Nixon and 5 votes for Archie Bunker."

I heard there was a lighthearted "Archie for President" campaign in 1972 (just like there was a "Gracie Allen for President" campaign in 1940). But does anyone know why real Republican delegates at their nationally televised convention would embarrass Nixon by casting votes for Archie Bunker? Were these Goldwater-wing delegates who didn't think Nixon was conservative enough? If anyone has some historical insight, I would appreciate hearing it.

 
 
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Name:
Phil Abromats (pabromats@yahoo.com)
Date:7/4/2012 8:36:45 PM
Subject:All in the Family and Duffy's Tavern
 

Has anybody else noticed the similarities in the malapropisms used by "Archie the Manager" on the radio comedy Duffy's Tavern and the ones used decades later by Archie Bunker? I'm wondering if Lear or O'Connor had exposure to the radio show and used the original working-class Archie as inspiration for the later character of the same first name.

 
 
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Name:
Bud (BudKoppel@aol.com)
Date:7/3/2012 1:23:26 PM
Subject:Comment to Edith
 

Edith ran up to Archie and was kissing him all over his face. Archie tried to stifle Edith, saying, "Edith, you're not washing a car!"

In which episode did this occur?

 
 
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Name:
Wolf Streider (wolf11@btinternet.com)
Date:6/13/2012 11:14:20 PM
Subject:Till death us do part.
 

As a Brit I can remember watching the original version of this programme in England, as a youngster. Of the two programmes never will you beat Archie Bunker. I love it. There are similarities, Archie calls Edith a dingbat where in the brit version Alf Garnet calls his wife a "silly moo". Either way Archie rules!!!

 
 
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Name:
Jon Wright (jonwright@jonwrightroofing.com)
Date:5/17/2012 5:03:45 PM
Subject:sex quote
 

When Archie picked up the paper and saw Meathead and Gloria on the front page marching in an anti nuclear demonstration he exclaimed "full nudal frontitty."

 
 
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Name:
Keith (bernhardt.keith@gmail.com)
Date:2/6/2012 7:26:52 AM
Subject:Archie Bunker quote
 

I think my favrite one is when Edith tells Archie that Gloria and Mike are splitting up. Archie says are you talking about a "D-I-V-O-R-S " ?

Edith says "No, Archie. A D-I-V-O-R-C-E"

 
 
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Name:
spcase (spcase@live.com)
Date:12/4/2011 9:30:40 PM
Subject:Archie's version of grace before dinner
 

We would love to get Archie's version of grace. Can't quite remember how it went. Please send it to us. Thanks!! Sharon %26 Pat Case

 
 


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