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All in the Family: Complete Third Season

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The hilarious landmark comedy series ALL IN THE FAMILY returns for its third season with its flawless sense of ensemble chemistry, precision timing, and lasting political relevance intact (and went on to win both the Emmy® and Golden Globe® for Outstanding Comedy Series). These characters have become television's first dysfunctional family: blue-collar conservative Archie (Carroll O'Connor), his long-suffering but loving wife Edith (Jean Stapleton), "little girl" Gloria (Sally Struthers), and her liberal husband "Meathead" Mike (Rob Reiner). Series creator Norman Lear broke nearly every rule and taboo, but the characters' foibles produced some of television's biggest laughs. They could also make us cry, in the heartbreaking "Gloria, the Victim", or shock us, in "The Bunkers & the Swingers" (1973 Emmy® for Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy). The model for sitcoms to come, ALL IN THE FAMILY brilliantly and intimately portrayed the American family while reflecting the socia

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  • Actors: Jean Stapleton, Carroll O'Connor, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers
  • Format: Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 1, 2009
  • Run Time: 610 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002E58FUG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,397 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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"All In The Family" Season 3 comes to DVD with the introduction of this handsome 3-Disc set from Columbia/Tri-Star Home Entertainment.

This boxed set gives us all 24 episodes of the show's third season (which was its second FULL season, following the 13-episode half-campaign from Season One). Episode numbers 38 through 61 are here, divided among the three single-sided discs, and shown in their original video and audio presentation. Video ratio is Full-Frame (1.33:1); while the audio comes via Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono tracks (in English only). No DVD player-generated subtitles here though, which is odd since Seasons 1 and 2 included them.

Picture quality, generally-speaking, seems OK here. Far from perfect; but OK. These shows, like the first two seasons of the series as well, were shot on "Tape", and not film. And from past DVD releases of "taped" programs, this usually means a generally less-appealing and lower-quality transfer to the digital format.

Fans should be pleased by Columbia's addition of a "Play All" feature that has been incorporated into this 3rd-season DVD package. The first two seasons didn't have this helpful "marathon" option. Good to see they've added it for this release.

Special Features are totally absent here (except for some ads for other Columbia DVD products).

But, thank goodness, this third-season set DOES include chapter stops for all episodes. The first two seasonal sets of AITF didn't have any chapter breaks, which isn't a good thing, IMO. I prefer at least a minimal number of chapter breaks on DVD products, even for a half-hour sitcom.

Especially important, in my opinion, is the inclusion of a "break" immediately following a TV program's opening titles. Such breaks *are* included in this DVD set.
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1. Archie and the Editorial

2. Archie's Fraud

3. The Threat

4. Gloria and the Riddle

5. Lionel Steps Out

6. Edith Flips Her Wig

7. The Bunkers and the Swingers

8. Mike Comes Into Money

9. Flashback: Mike and Glorias Wedding 1

10. Flashback: Mike and Glorias Wedding 2

11. The Locket

12. Mikes Appendix

13. Edith's Winning Ticket

14. Archhie and the Bowling Team

15. Archie in the Hospital

16. Oh say can you see

17. Archie Goes to Far

18. Class Reunion

19. Hot Watch

20. Archie is Branded

21. Everybody Tells the Truth

22. Archie Learns His Lesson

23. Gloria, The Victim

24. THe Battle of the Month
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I just received my new season three set. I couldn't believe what they did to this set. In place of the nice box set, they sent a snap case that is usually used for just one movie. All three discs are setting "ON TOP" of each other. Their is absolutely no partition. This is going to be extremely easy to scratch the discs. Now it would have been nice if they had sent these in slim-line cases, but these are 'piled' on top of each other. Cheap all the way! I also discovered that these discs do not play in my computer, (like every set I've ever purchased does). This set is going back tomorrow. Sony really did a number on their customers.
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Season Three of "All in the Family" has enough laughs and classic humor to make it hilarious and still very special even today, although as others have noted I do wish this three DVD set had come with some extra featurettes or a commentary. The quality of the print is a high average; but that's not much of a bother when the high quality control comedy is all THIS good. The season also won an Emmy and a Golden Globe award for Outstanding Comedy Series; and just one look at these episodes will tell you why! The acting is outstanding and very convincing all the way through and the character development becomes more and more clear as the season progresses in these twenty-four episodes.

Although every episode here is a winner, I do have my favorites and I'll list them to give you an idea of just some of the highlights from this season of AITF.

Archie’s Fraud -- It’s bad enough when Archie is audited by the IRS—what makes things even worse is that he’s failed to report income from driving a cab part-time!

Gloria and the Riddle – Gloria (and one of her girlfriends) have a riddle for everyone in the Bunker household to ponder—why can’t a doctor operate on a car accident victim because the victim is their own son! Look for even liberal “Meathead” Mike to be stumped by this one!

Lionel Steps Out – Things get pretty heated in the Bunker household when Lionel, one of their African-American neighbors, goes out dancing with Archie’s niece Linda who is, of course, white! Archie is furious; watch what happens when Lionel and Linda react.
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The #1 Nielsen rated program from 1971 to 1976, All In The Family is quite simply one of the greatest television programs in history. Inspired by The Honeymooners and The Flintstones, All In The Family features its own loud-mouthed, opinionated blowhard sporting a hidden soft and sensitive side. Like Ralph Kramden and Fred Flintstone, Archie Bunker fulfills his role to absolute perfection, and the result is TV magic. Well-written and outright hilarious, All In The Family broke ground in the 70's with its willingness to tackle all the social issues and societal taboos of its day. Topics included racism, bigotry, sexism, homosexuality, death, and other namby-pam, socialist and liberal-feminist ideals (or at least that's how Archie would put it!) A titan among television sitcoms, All In The Family spawned a pair of shows which topped the ratings in their own right - Maude and The Jeffersons...

Carroll O'Connor plays the role of Archie Bunker, the titular head of the Bunker household. Loud and crass, Archie freely dispenses his bigoted remarks and ignorant comments from the living room of his Queens, New York home. Joining Archie is his loving and ditsy wife Edith (Jean Stapelton), his beautiful and progressive daughter Gloria (Sally Struthers), and her ultra-liberal husband Mike (Rob Reiner) whom Archie refers to as "Meathead". As Gloria and Mike's modern ideas clash with Archie's old school beliefs, all hell breaks loose in the Bunker household, but the Bunkers don't spend all their time arguing as they're inevitably held together by the immutable bond of love...
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