Rhoda (1974–1978)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy

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After spending several years in her young adult life in Minneapolis but with her brash Bronx Jewish upbringing in tow and with its associated sarcasm, artistically inclined Rhoda ... See full summary »

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  • "Rhoda" Valerie Harper c.1975 CBS
  • "Rhoda" David Groh, Valerie Harper 1975 CBS Copyright 1978 Gunther
  • "Rhoda" Valerie Harper c.1975 CBS
  • Valerie Harper in Rhoda (1974)
  • "Rhoda" Valerie Harper, Todd Turquand 1974 CBS
  • "Rhoda" Valerie Harper c.1975 CBS

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James L. Brooks, Allan Burns, David Davis, Lorenzo Music

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29 March 2019 | selffamily
| all time fave
I loved the programme simply called Rhoda in the 70s. Also from the UK, I had never seen the Mary Tyler Moore show until i moved to NZ in the mid-80s, where it was one of the first things on TV, and truly terrific. So back to Rhoda, her mum and her sister, and the menfolk in their lives. Very colourful, very well written and Very Very funny. I have recently found it on YouTube and am loving it as there seem to be no (legit) boxed sets available. Rhoda spoke for so many of us in the 70s, and even though times and norms have changed, so much is still relevant. Haven't seen much of Valerie Harper since the 70s but Brenda must be rich as now with Marge Simpson heading towards infinity. Nancy Walker as Ida is perfection itself. People say to me that USA sitcoms aren't funny, but that's not true. There's a lot of rubbish out there - from every country - but MTM, Rhoda and Evening Shade are my all time faves, and I'm delighted to see that my tastes haven't changed. How can you improve on perfection?

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