Barefoot in the Park (TV series)

Barefoot In The Park (TV Series)

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Barefoot in the Park (TV series)

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Barefoot in the Park is an American sitcom that aired in 1970 on ABC. Based on the Neil Simon Broadway play of the same name, the series cast members were predominantly black, making it the first American television sitcom since Amos 'n' Andy to have a predominantly black cast (Vito Scotti was the sole major white character). Barefoot in the Park had also previously been a successful 1967 film starring Robert Redford and Jane Fonda.


On the television show, Scoey Mitchell plays Paul Bratter, a newlywed black attorney for the law firm Kendricks, Keene & Klein. He lived in lower Manhattan with his wife, Corie (played by Tracy Reed). The show was basically a slice of life situation comedy about surviving in New York City. Other regulars included Thelma Carpenter as Corie's mother, Mable Bates, Harry Holcombe played Mr. Kendricks, Vito Scotti played Mr. Velasquez and Nipsey Russell rounded out the cast as local pool hall owner, Honey Robinson.

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Dead End Kids alumnus Huntz Hall and actor Jackie Coogan appeared on the 10th episode, aired December 3, 1970 and entitled Disorder in the Court (which gets its title from the 1936 Three Stooges short). Penny Marshall made one of her earliest television appearances on the fourth episode of the series, aired October 5, 1970 and entitled "In Sickness and in Health". Marshall's later co-star of the mid 1970s television success Laverne and Shirley, Cindy Williams, appeared on the sixth episode, which...
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