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Chacrinha, the psychedelic king of Brazilian TV, and his voluptuous chacretes in the seventies.


Led by Maude, 70's TV was ripe with outrageous characters, some turning supporting roles into spin-off series. "The Seventies," Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.


The late Leon Russell. Passed away Nov. 2016.


The '70s may have been many things, but boring sure wasn't one of them. Check out 70 of the most unforgettable images of the decade.

from CNN

7 shows that mattered in the '70s -

All in the Family; Normal Lear's groundbreaking sitcom, premiered on CBS on January 12, 1971. The show found comedy in some of the most contentious issues, such as race, religion, sexuality and war, primarily through endless, hilarious confrontations between cab-driving conservative Archie Bunker (Carroll O'Connor) and his liberal son-in-law. A highlight of the show's second season was when guest star Sammy Davis, Jr., playing himself, planted a surprise kiss on Archie's cheek.