Norman Lear

TV writer and producer

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The 95-year-old television icon talks about politics and mortality.  [Contains mature language.]

Norman Lear: A 'bleeding heart conservative,' (part 2)

The 95-year-old television icon talks about politics and mortality. [Contains mature language.]

from Scheer Intelligence

The 95-year-old television icon talks about his time in the military and his shows' biggest controversies.  [Contains mature language]

Norman Lear: A lifetime of changing TV and its audience (part 1)

The 95-year-old television icon talks about his time in the military and his shows' biggest controversies. [Contains mature language]

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When Carroll O’Connor and Jean Stapleton invaded America’s living rooms as the bigoted Archie Bunker and his sainted wife Edith, television was changed forever.

Norman Lear, 'Even This I Get to Experience'

When Carroll O’Connor and Jean Stapleton invaded America’s living rooms as the bigoted Archie Bunker and his sainted wife Edith, television was changed forever.

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