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Best sitcoms from the 70's

Feel free to vote up or down on the top sitcoms of the seventies - I was just a lad, but I remember them like it was yesterday - oh wait, it was

7

Taxi

Taxi

Still a great show to watch. Funny and hard to believe that Tony Danza's career went down hill from here

8

Three's Company

Three's Company

John Ritter and Norman Fell than Don Knotts, who can forget Suzanne Summers, as for the rest of the stars - i can forget

1

M*A*S*H

M*A*S*H

Alan Alda rules. The show was the best when Frank was on it and Trapper, oh and Henry - McLean S., after them.. yuck..

10

Barney Miller

Barney Miller

Hal Linden, the fish guy, still funny today - and yes, Hal and Abe Vigoda and Ron Glass are still alive

9

Happy Days

Happy Days

Ron Howard, The Fonz - Henry Winkler is his only good show, and then that person and that person. Once Ron left, show went bye bye

6

Mary Tyler Moore

Mary Tyler Moore

Hey, it was a great show. Ed Asner, Ted Knight at his finest and MTM, oh and the Love Boat guy

5

All in the Family

All in the Family

Funny? You bet. Any chance they remake it? ZERO

4

Soap

Soap

Underrated show with a lot of talent and tackled key themes. First show - I think - with a gay character - Billy Crystal.

3

The Brady Bunch

The Brady Bunch

Great show until that little kid with the glasses appeared - can't remember his name

2

Maude

Maude

Bea Author rules. Show had a biting edge to it. Still funny today if you can find it - TV Land

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