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1/12/21

[Answer] Which entertainer is mentioned by name in the theme song to TV's "All in the Family"?

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Which entertainer is mentioned by name in the theme song to TV's "All in the Family"?


  • Glen Miller:On this day in 1971, the sitcom "All in the Family" premiered on CBS. The opening theme song "Those Were the Days", was presented in a unique way for a 1970s series: Carroll O'Connor and Jean Stapleton seated at a piano and singing the tune on-camera at the start of every episode, concluding with live-audience applause. Big band leader Glen Miller is mentioned by name in the iconic theme song with the opening lyrics..."Boy, the way Glen Miller played, Songs that made the Hit Parade, Guys like us we had it made, Those were the days."



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