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Sanford & Son: Complete Sixth Season [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

Redd Foxx , Demond Wilson , Al Rabin , Alan Rafkin    DVD

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Episodes 24 July 2005
By I Like cheese - Published on
1. The Hawaiian Connection 1

2. The Hawaiian Connection 2

3. The Hawain Conection 3

4. California Crude

5. The Stakeout

6. I dream of Choo Choo Rabinowitz

7. The Winning Ticket

8. Committee Man

9. Fred's Extra Job

10. Carol

11. Aunt Esther has a baby

12. Her Today, Gone Today

13. Aunt Esther meets her son

14. Sanford and Gong

15. Fred meets Redd

16. Chinese Torture

17. A Matter of Silence

18. When John Comes marching home

19. The Reverend Sanford

20. The Will

21. Fred The Activist

22. The Lucky Streak

23. Funny, You Don't Look it

24. Fred Sing's The Blues

25. School Daze
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Redd Foxx at his best...! 3 Jun 2005
By Britt Gillette - Published on
Nominated for six Golden Globes and seven Emmys, including Outstanding Series - Comedy, Sanford & Son became one of the first shows in television history to be almost entirely centered around African-American characters. Modeled after the British TV show Steptoe & Son, the series showcased the underappreciated talents of comic genius Redd Foxx (whose skin color and bad language prevented him from becoming a superstar decades earlier). The brainchild of All In The Family creator Norman Lear, Sanford & Son signaled the beginning of a decade of sitcom classics for the prolific 1970's TV writer - Maude (1972), Good Times (1974), and The Jeffersons (1975) being the others. Wrought with memorable one-liners and well-timed humor, Sanford & Son was a Top 10 Nielsen rated show every year in which it aired except for its final season (ranking a respectable #27)...

Sanford & Son, set in the Watts district of Los Angeles, follows the life of Fred Sanford (Redd Foxx), a 65-year-old African-American junk dealer who shares his business with his 34-year-old son Lamont (Demond Wilson). With Fred's wife Elizabeth having passed away twenty years earlier, he often evokes Lamont's sympathy by clutching his heart and proclaiming, "Oh, I'm coming to join you Elizabeth!" But Fred always survives those near fatal heart attacks, continuing to disperse sarcastic putdowns (often directed at his sister-in-law Esther) and racist stereotypical remarks aimed against whites and Hispanics (especially Lamont's friend Julio). Using guilt to manipulate his ambitious son into staying and helping run the salvage shop instead of pursuing other endeavors, Fred Sanford spends most of his days lounging around the house (his junk store and home are one and the same) and hanging out with his friends - Grady, Melvin, and Bubba... Well-written and hilarious, Sanford & Son is comedian Redd Foxx at his absolute best...

The Sanford & Son (Season 6) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere "The Hawaiian Connection: Part 1" in which three jewel thieves conspire to smuggle some stolen jewels from Hawaii to Los Angeles. When Fred hops a flight to Hawaii to attend a Junkmen of America conference, the thieves plant the jewels on Fred in the hopes of using him as a dupe to carry out their nefarious plan... Other notable episodes from Season 6 include "The Winning Ticket" in which Fred becomes the victim of a con game by a pair of crooks who convince him to run a $500 raffle promotion for Sanford & Son, and "A Matter of Silence" in which Fred nearly goes deaf due to the wax buildup in his ears...

Below is a list of episodes included on the Sanford & Son (Season 6) DVD:

Episode 112 (The Hawaiian Connection: Part 1)

Episode 113 (The Hawaiian Connection: Part 2)

Episode 114 (The Hawaiian Connection: Part 3)

Episode 115 (California Crude)

Episode 116 (The Stakeout)

Episode 117 (I Dream of Choo Choo Rabinowitz)

Episode 118 (The Winning Ticket)

Episode 119 (Committee Man)

Episode 120 (Fred's Extra Job)

Episode 121 (Carol)

Episode 122 (Aunt Esther Has a Baby)

Episode 123 (Here Today, Gone Today)

Episode 124 (Aunt Esther Meets Her Son)

Episode 125 (Sanford and Gong)

Episode 126 (Fred Meets Redd)

Episode 127 (Chinese Torture)

Episode 128 (A Matter of Silence)

Episode 129 (When John Comes Marching Home)

Episode 130 (The Reverend Sanford)

Episode 131 (The Will)

Episode 132 (Fred the Activist)

Episode 133 (The Lucky Streak)

Episode 134 (Funny, You Don't Look It)

Episode 135 (Fred Sings the Blues)

Episode 136 (School Daze)

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 stars, but I found some of Season 6 less entertaining than Seasons 1,2,3,and 4 26 Oct 2005
By Alan Majeska - Published on
Sanford and Son was made from 1972-1977, and aired during these seasons, beginning in January, 1972. The episodes in the 6th season are from 1976-77, and were the final season in the series, although the cast were not aware of this at the time. Some of these episodes are very funny and have the typical Redd Foxx/Demond Wilson give and take, quarreling father/son chemistry, but some are not as funny, and less spontaneous.

First gripe: I find Fred Sanford's constant insults of his sister in law, Esther Anderson (LeWanda Page) to become monotonous and over the top, and too much to be funny. Sanford could have done one or two insults, but in some episodes, there are so many insult remarks made one after another, it doesn't seem funny and becomes rather dry, plus bogs down the flow of the episode. Sometimes LESS IS MORE.

Second gripe: "The Hawaiian Connection" seems odd, as it tries to incorporate a "Hawaii 5-0" theme into Sanford and Son, and it doesn't quite work. Somehow, Redd Foxx's junkyard humor doesn't cut it on a vacation in tropical Hawaii.

Really, this is mostly high quality, and of the same caliber as the earlier episodes, but some of the acting seems less inspired and spontaneous, and like some of the "magic" of the first 4 seasons is missing. You may disagree, but this is what I found with repeated viewings. Still, it is worth having, along with the earlier seasons.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Sanford And Son Still Pleases 14 Sep 2005
By Joey J. Rivera - Published on
This is the final season of the show that you'll enjoy from the first episode to the last. Travel with Fred and Lamont to Hawaii their adventure nearly gets them killed. The first episode that has Fred And Lamont going to Hawaii is 50 minutes long, it's actually part of a three part episode. Aunt Esther and Woodrow adopt a troubled youth. Fred meets Redd Foxx, when Fred enters a Redd Foxx look alike contest. Lamont gives Fred a ticket to see B.B. King for Father's Day, Fred thinks B.B. wants to do him in for stealing Elizabeth from him. There's many more memorable episodes, the last episode is a fitting end to the series. Although this season isn't quite as strong as the previous season, it's still worth buying.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars End of a good thing 6 Jun 2005
By S. Thomas - Published on
The sixth season of sanford and son was the last of my favorite sitcom of all-time. But, honestly, this was also the worst season of them all, only one episode is truly good. The show had ran its course by this point. This dvd set is good to complete a collection if you are die hard fan like myself. But, if you are a casual fan, I wouldn't recommend this set, stick to some of the earlier shows.
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