The Baxters (1979)

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Posted by Joan Merriweather
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Darlene George of Trussville, AL, was also a cast member in 1979. She was casted because of her southern accent and she portrayed the nice little Southern girl. At 19 years of age, she was the only true southerner of the cast and won the hearts of many.

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The Baxters is an American situation comedy television series produced by Norman Lear. The original incarnation of the series aired locally from 1977 - 1979 on the Boston station WCVB; in 1979, Norman Lear took over production, and a retooled version aired nationally, lasting for another two seasons, until 1981. The series was the first "interactive" sitcom, depicting a middle-class St. Louis family.

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