The Classic TV Site

All In The Loved ones Television Show Opening Theme Season 1 1971

Archie Bunker, was a working-class family members man who held bigoted, conservative views of the world. His viewpoints clash with almost everyone he comes into get in touch with with especially his liberal son-in-law Mike Stivic (or, as Archie delights in calling him, “Meathead”). Jean Stapleton … Edith Bunker / … (200 episodes, 1968-1979) Carroll O’Connor… Archie Bunker / … (198 episodes, 1968-1979) Rob Reiner…Michael ‘Meathead’ Stivic / … (171 episodes, 1971-1978) Sally Struther…Gloria Bunker-Stivic /…(162 episodes, 1971-1978)
Video Rating: 4 / five

posted by in Comedies and have Comments (25)

25 Responses to “All In The Loved ones Television Show Opening Theme Season 1 1971”

  1. EmileSabetiMehr says:

    I was born in the late 80′s, and part of my childhood was watching this show with my grandparents. Though I don’t remember any episodes, I just remember it was always on the tv.

  2. D1BonGo says:

    @blackhawkdown102 Remember Laugh In? Before my time but my mom made sure I watched the old episodes. Better than SNL.

  3. dffgxh says:

    the family guy opening is a spoof of this

  4. canadiananny86 says:

    @DeathForRomance lol her voice in real life is nothing like that. It’s quite a lot deeper than Edith’s

  5. blackhawkdown102 says:

    Man, back in the 70′s was when good movies and good shows were coming out. Too bad, the decade pass on. I watched All in the Family on TV Land on 7:30pm through 9:00pm and I like it a lot. One of my favorite shows.

  6. DeathForRomance says:

    @gwyneth00 The only thing I don’t like about this sshow is the woman’s voice. It’s scary…

  7. StukInBuf says:

    Whenever I’d hear Edith sing that real high part, I thought my ears were going to go kaput!

  8. GeorgeVreelandHill says:

    Loved the show.

    George Vreeland Hill

  9. karlski0 says:


  10. zazozung says:

    @tron81 There were four different versions of the theme song. Season one (this version); seasons 2-5, seasons 6-8; and season 9. However, Carroll and Jean DID perform the song live for the studio audience before each taping. These performances, however, were not evrer broadcast.

  11. tylove110 says:

    I can do that note on “And you know who you were then” xD my friends get a kick out of it

  12. TheMrkdogg2009 says:

    only on Antenna TV!!

  13. eurasianchica says:

    What an awesome show. I used to watch it as a little kid and I didn’t understand the jokes until I started rewatching it recently.

  14. JessicaRabbitIdol says:

    From television city in Hollywood…..
    i’m 21 and don’t belong in this time, i’m just fortunate to know about this show

  15. hep2jive says:

    @dragonballfan13 Glenn Miller

  16. Lisalater says:

    i LOVE ALL IN THE FAMILY! GOOD SHOW I am 39 yrs old and think how old i was then? and think awesome

  17. eightieshbanger says:

    Archies racial jokes were a freaking riot. Classic show.

  18. richiguy says:

    @tron81 yes, for the shortened first season, the theme song was performed live for every episode. From what I read, they had no budget to do a pre-recorded version.

  19. MrPoopoobreath says:

    Getting older is so depressing.I’m 43 now and still mentally feel like im still young but i’m not,it really does suck to get old if you had fond memories as a kid and miss those times,which i do.I wish every kid had a good childhood that they miss,it is bittersweet but i wouldnt change a thing.God Bless the 70′s and shows like this,kids today will never know the innocence of growing up back then

  20. thebigsmoke1 says:

    actually i watched this show avidly long before family guy.. it kind of reminds me of that becaues they did a parody yeah.. but this show is a classic

  21. passwordy100 says:

    @dragonballfan13 thank you buddy for telling me those lyrics it was lasale thank you

  22. gwyneth00 says:

    Hearing this theme song brings back such strong memories of watching All in the Family with my parents and my two older sisters in the 1970′s in El Paso, TX. They loved the show and I did too. That was a time when there weren’t any computers, cell phones or video games (at least, not in my household, except for Pong) and since we only had one television, we all watched the same shows. I miss that family togetherness.

  23. springert19 says:

    Why is it bull shit?

  24. stfameent says:

    i remeber this bullshit

  25. tron81 says:

    Anybody know if they sang that song for every episode or was it one recording?

Place your comment

Please fill your data and comment below.
Your comment
Get Adobe Flash playerPlugin by wordpress themes