Easy Street (1986–1987)

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An elderly hillbilly and his friend are rescued from a life of poverty by a long-lost family member who married into wealth in Beverly Hills, but is now doing social battle with her late husband's snobby family.


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  • Loni Anderson in Easy Street (1986)
  • Henry Darrow and Silvana Gallardo in Easy Street (1986)
  • James Cromwell and Armin Shimerman in Easy Street (1986)
  • Lance Kinsey in Easy Street (1986)
  • Geoffrey Lewis in Easy Street (1986)
  • Loni Anderson and Richard Sanders in Easy Street (1986)

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Creators:

Janis Hirsch, Jeanne Jensen, Faye Schwab, Hugh Wilson, Andy Borowitz

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20 November 2000 | SkippyDevereaux
Jack Elam and Lee Weaver made this show funny
Although this wasn't the best comedy in the world, it isn't too bad--but as my summary said--it was Jack Elam and Lee Weaver that made the show such fun to watch. It was Bully and Ricardo's down home attitude that made the show such fun to watch. All in all, not a bad show, but it could have been better.

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