Lou Grant: Season 1 (1977)

Lou Grant: Season 1 (1977)

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Ed Asner stars as Lou Grant, the committed city editor of the Los Angeles Tribune in this critically acclaimed spinoff of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. The show explored serious issues, covering a range of topics such as nuclear proliferation, prostitution, … View More
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Starring Edward Asner, Robert Walden, Mason Adams, Jack Bannon View More
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Movie Summary

Ed Asner stars as Lou Grant, the committed city editor of the Los Angeles Tribune in this critically acclaimed spinoff of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. The show explored serious issues, covering a range of topics such as nuclear proliferation, prostitution, mental illness and chemical waste, in addition to demonstrating coverage of more typical news stories.
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Movie Details

Genres Drama
Starring Edward Asner, Robert Walden, Mason Adams, Jack Bannon, Nancy Marchand, Linda Kelsey, Allen Williams, Daryl Anderson, Rebecca Balding, Michael Vittes
Studio Name 20th Century Fox
Release Date 1977
VUDU Release Date 04/02/2012
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Episodes 0 episodes

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