Sanford And Son was and still is a pretty popular sitcom about a junk dealer and his son trying to make ends meet and get along. It was based on a UK sitcom called Steptoe And Son. Did you know that it also had a bunch of spin-offs? One I hadn’t heard of until this article is Sanford Arms, an attempt to continue the series despite neither of the title characters returning. It didn’t do well.

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A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

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  1. Sean says:

    I remember the original Sanford and Son series and even the one from 1980. But this was my first time seeing something about Sanford Arms. One thing I will say about 1970s television….many shows with African Americans as actors and actresses did come about during the 1970s. During the 1960s, there were a lot less African Americans on television shows. So in some ways, the 1970s was quite revolutionary in terms of television series character demographics.

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  2. Sean says:

    After looking at your Sanford Arms linked article last night, I started looking up more information on Sanford and Son and even was reminded of Red Foxx’s very last television series from 1991 (the one where he died of a heart attack on the set). Before I knew it, I had spent over an hour looking up information on Sanford and Son and Red Foxx related topics. Needless to say, I consequently didn’t have time to get to the Lone Ranger cartoon as planned (will do that on Thursday during the college basketball games that I don’t watch). That’s what’s great about BWspotlight…..this site reminds me of topics I haven’t thought about it in a while and spurs me to learn more about them. There is a definite educational value (or is it edutaining value?) with BWspotlight for sure!

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