The Montefuscos

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NBC (ended 1975)

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The Montefuscos

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This sitcom centered around a large Italian-American family in Connecticut: Tony and Rose Montefusco, their five children (two of whom were married), and three grandchildren. It was cancelled after only eight weeks.
Ron Carey

Ron Carey

Frank Montefusco

Linda Dano

Linda Dano

Angela Montefusco Cooney

William Cort

William Cort

Jim Cooney

John Aprea

John Aprea

Joseph Montefusco

Sal Viscuso

Sal Viscuso

Nunzio Montefusco

Naomi Stevens

Naomi Stevens

Rose Montefusco

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  • The Montefuscos was a lighthearted look at a Catholic Italian family living in New Canaan Connecticut. The show aired in the fall of 1975 and was eventually cancelled after 9 episodes. The show probably would have done better in a different time slot asmoreless

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    The Montefuscos was a lighthearted look at a Catholic Italian family living in New Canaan Connecticut. The show aired in the fall of 1975 and was eventually cancelled after 9 episodes. The show probably would have done better in a different time slot as it ran opposite of the Waltons (one of the most famous prime time shows in the history of television).



    The Montefuscos creators were Bill Persky and Sam Denoff who were also the creators of The Dick Van Dyke Show. The writing on the show was good and so was the talent. There were actors and actresses on the show that went on to very successful careers (and some that were never heard from again).



    Often the show dared to tackle rather taboo subjects that have become politically incorrect in the present day. While it wasn\'t one of the more successful sitcoms, it has a cult following amongst some tv enthusiasts.moreless

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