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|Michael J. Fox catapulted into superstardom--and created one of the most beloved television characters of all time--in the 1980s sitcom FAMILY TIES. Created by TV impresario Gary David Goldberg (LOU GRANT, THE BOB NEWHART SHOW), the series offered a clever take on the generation gap through the family interactions of two former '60s hippies, public-television producer Steven Keaton (Michael Gross) and his architect wife, Elyse (Meredith Baxter), struggling to retain their leftist ideals while raising three radically divergent children in suburban Columbus, Ohio: tomboy Jennifer (Tina Yothers); ditzy mallrat Mallory (Justine Bateman); and, most notably, Wall Street Journal-reading young Republican Alex P. Keaton (Fox), who served as the series' main comedic foil. A fun and warmhearted throwback to the greed-is-good decade, FAMILY TIES is resurrected in this collection of the series' debut season.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||56208781|
|Product Key Features|
|Rating||NR, Not Rated|
|Additional Product Features|
|Leading Role||Tina Yothers, Justine Bateman, Michael Gross, Michael J. Fox, Meredith Baxter|
|Display Format||4-Disc Set|
|Region Code||Region 1|
|Number of Discs||4|
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Good & Fun - Hope Later Seasons Are Better!
First Season is OK. Had some good parts, but remember it to be better. Maybe it does. Michael J. Fox is obviously the best part (and best actor) of the series. Fun to see a rebelling teenager that reads the Wall Street Journal and dresses like he's an investment banker. This is what makes this series different from any other, and I certainly have fond memories of it.