CTVA US Comedy - "The Jeffersons" (CBS) Season 7 (1980-81)

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Starring: Sherman Hemsley (as George Jefferson) & Isabel Sanford (as Louise Jefferson) 
Season 7 (CBS) (1980-81)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide /   Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


############### The Jeffersons ###############
############## season 7 1980-81 ##############
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CBS Sundays 9:30-10:00 pm Eastern
(24 Episodes produced - 4 of which were aired in season 8)
T.A.T. Communications Company production,
in association with
Ragamuffin Productions
Vidtronics Company, Inc.
Produced by David W. Duclon & Ron Leavitt (season 7)(1980-81)

7.1 [--] The Jeffersons: MARATHON MEN
prod. no. 0701 / 2 November 1980 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Bob Bendetson & Howard Bendetson;
videotape editor: Danny White

7.2 [--] The Jeffersons: THE JEFFERSONS GO TO HAWAII, pt. 1
prod. no. 0702 / 9 November 1980 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Michale G. Moye
videotape editor: Kelly Sandefur

7.3/7.4 [--] The Jeffersons: THE JEFFERSONS GO TO HAWAII, pt. 2 & 3
(60 min.)
prod. no. 0703/0704 / 16 November 1980 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Michale G. Moye,Jay Moriarity & Mike Milligan
videotape editor: Larry Harris.

7.5 [--] The Jeffersons: THE JEFFERSONS GO TO HAWAII, pt. 4
prod. no. 0705 / 23 November 1980
directed by Bob Lally
written by Michale G. Moye, Jay Moriarity & Mike Milligan
videotape editor: Larry Harris.

7.6 [--] The Jeffersons: PUT IT ON
prod. no. 0706 / 30 November 1980 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
story by Stephanie Haden
teleplay by Bob Bendetson & Howard Bendetson
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.7 [--] The Jeffersons: FLORENCE'S COUSIN
prod. no. 0707 / 7 December 1980 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Marshall Goldberg
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.8 [--] The Jeffersons: ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS
prod. no. 0709 / 21 December 1980 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Ron Leavitt & David W. Duclon
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.9 [--] The Jeffersons: CALENDAR GIRL
prod. no. 0708 / 4 January 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by David Silverman & Stephen Sustarsic
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.10 [--] The Jeffersons: AS FLORENCE TURNS
prod. no. 0710 / 11 January 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Peter Casey & David Lee
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.11 [--] The Jeffersons: GOD BLESS AMERICANS
prod. no. 0711 / 18 January 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Peter Casey & David Lee
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.12 [--] The Jeffersons: ALLEY OOPS
prod. no. 0712 / 25 January 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Jerry Perzigian & Donald L. Seigel
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.13 [--] The Jeffersons: AND THE DOORKNOBS SHINED LIKE DIAMONDS
prod. no. 713 / 1 February 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Michael G. Moye
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.14 [--] The Jeffersons: SORRY, WRONG MEETING
prod. no. 0714 / 15 February 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Peter Casey & David Lee
videotape editor: Larry Harris
guest cast:
James Karen
When a crime wave strikes Manhattan, Tom decides to organize a meeting with the tenants, and invites George along.
However, neither of them are prepared for what they're about to witness at the meeting: a Klu Klux Klan rally.
After George and the KKK leader trade barbs, the KKK leader suffers a heart attack. George - having learned CPR
- is able to revive him. The man's impressionable son revises his opinion of black people and decides to reassess
his values, but no-one is prepared for his father's "show" of gratitude when he learns George saved his life.

7.15 [--] The Jeffersons: MY HERO
prod. no. 0715 / 22 February 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
story by David Silverman & Stephen Sustarsic
teleplay by Jerry Perzigian, Donald L. Seigel, Peter Casey & David Lee
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.16 [--] The Jeffersons: I BUY THE SONGS
prod. no. 0716 / 1 March 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
story by Jerry Perzigian, Donald L. Seigel, Peter Casey & David Lee
teleplay by Lesa Kite & Cindy Begal
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.17 [--] The Jeffersons: SMALL FISH, BIG POND
prod. no. 0717 / 8 March 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Michael Moye
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.18 [--] The Jeffersons: NOT SO DEARLY BELOVED
prod. no. 718 / 15 March 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
story by Fred S. Fox & Seaman Jacobs
teleplay by David Silverman & Stephen Sustarsic
videotape editor: Larry Harris

7.19/7.20 [--] The Jeffersons: FLORENCE'S NEW JOB, pts. 1 and 2
(60 min.)
prod. no. 0719/0720 / 29 March 1981 CBS Sun
directed by Bob Lally
written by Jay Moriarty & Mike Milligan
videotape editor: Larry Harris.

############### The Jeffersons ###############
############### end of season 7 ###############
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