Television sitcom which was a spin-off from 'All in the Family.' In this series, Archie Bunker gets to loudly voice his opinions in his own bar, instead of at home.
    Two years earlier, conservative bigot Archie Bunker purchased his favorite hangout, Kelsey's Place, from its ailing owner; he renamed it Archie's Place. He owned the bar in partnership with Jewish partner Murray Klein. As before, many of the episodes revolved around Archie's opinions and viewpoints of the world. Most of the action took place at Archie's Place, though his wife, Edith, was still seen on occassion; more frequently seen were his niece, Stephanie Mills (whom Archie and Edith took in a year earlier after her father abandoned her). The biggest change came in the fall of 1980, when Edith died suddenly of a stroke.

    Carroll O'Connor - Archie Bunker
    Jean Stapleton - Edith Bunker
    Danielle Brisebois - Stephanie Mills
    Martin Balsam - Murray Klein
    Denise Miller - Billie Bunker
    Allan Melvin - Barney Hefner
    Jason Wingreen - Harry Snowden
    Barbara Meek - Ellen Canby
    Bill Quinn - Mr. Van Ranseleer
    Abraham - Alvarez Jose
    Anne Meara - Veronica Rooney