Archie often identified his address as 704 Hauser Street in Astoria, but the Queens of All in the Family was clearly an amalgam of several different neighborhoods. And in a way, Cooper Ave was the perfect choice, with its lot-to-lot rows of cookie cutter housing that could pretty much be Anywhere, Queens .
Lear and his writers set the series in the Queens neighborhood of Astoria . The location of the Bunkers’ house at 704 Hauser Street is fictitious (no Hauser Street exists in Queens ).
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All in the Family was the origin of seven spin-off shows that aired between the early ’70s and the mid-’90s: Maude , Good Times, The Jeffersons, Checking In, Archie Bunker’s Place, Gloria, and 704 Hauser.
Rob Reiner and Sally Struthers , who play Mike and Gloria Stivic, are leaving the show for separate projects of their own.
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The first episode of the second season of Archie Bunker’s Place (“Archie Alone”) reveals that Edith died as result of a stroke.
She was the only child of Archie and Edith Bunker, and she was married to—and eventually divorced from — Michael Stivic.
A: O’Connor, who played Archie Bunker on “All in the Family” from 1971-79, wore his grandfather’s diamond ring on the middle finger of his right hand for sentimental reasons, “People” reported in 1975. Bunker said in 1972 that he had his wedding ring sized to fit his middle finger for “balance.”
Answer: All in the Family’s Archie Bunker, along with Edith, Gloria, and Meathead, lived in Queens , New York , but what neighborhood? The Bunker family’s TV address was 704 Hauser Street , supposedly in Corona.
Archie is also revealed to have been an outstanding baseball player in his youth; his dream was to pitch for the New York Yankees. He had to give up this dream when he left high school to enter the workforce. His uncle got him a job on a loading dock after World War II, and by the 1970s he was a foreman.
The finale of All In The Family aired on April 8, 1979 and a sequel series called Archie Bunker’s Place debuted on September 23. Brisebois and Melvin remained with the new show and Stapleton appeared in a handful of episodes until Edith dies (off-camera) from a stroke.
She calls to say she is coming by and has a surprise. It is a surprise – she had a face lift and looks years younger, as her new face receives plenty of cheers from Carol and Walter, but only jeers from Maude .
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