What was you favorite comedy show from the 1970's if you were alive?
- Anonymous3 months agoFavourite answer
One of my favorite's was Fawlty Towers with John Cleese....I used to fall off the couch laughing my head off.......but I think the best was Open All Hours with Ronnie Barker....I can watch that over and over again.David Jason made the perfect partner and I don't think there will ever be another show that will be as funny.
- ZapataLv 63 months ago
I was slightly too young to understand Monty Python - it was always a little too surreal and weird for kids - but I loved The Goodies.
- JimLv 53 months ago
All in the Family. Also The Mary Tyler Moore SHow and The Bob Newhart SHow
- Anonymous3 months ago
Easily "Monty Python's Flying Circus." "Fawlty Towers" was a good second. The early years of "Saturday Night Live" was also very good. However, in general the 1970's was the death of comedy in the U.S. It was replaced by a lot of "equality" twaddle that has super-saturated comedy in N. America since. Even programs like "M.A.S.H." were severely depleted for television in the name of not offending anyone in any way. It was a decent, but rarely funny program.
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- ausblueLv 73 months ago
benny hill was funny as
Open All Hours
actually all the Engish comedy shows
- WishmasterRexLv 43 months ago
I was a teenager during the 1970s and my favourite comedy was Rhoda, MTM Show, and Barney Miller.
There were many British sitcoms that I watched too. Bless This House, Open All Hours, Mind Your Language, George And Mildred, Now Take My Wife, and a few more that I forgot.
- conley39Lv 73 months ago
MASH and then The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
- 3 months ago
Dads Army and it still stands up today. Brilliant portrayal of class in England.
- EntropyLv 73 months ago
I was born in 73, so I was alive, but don't remember.
- KathyLv 73 months ago