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The Ropers

30 min (28 episodes)
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Country: USA
Release Date: 1979-03-13
Filming Locations: Studio 31, CBS Television City - 7800 Beverly Blvd., Fairfax, Los Angeles, California, USA
Patty McCormack
Patty McCormack
The Ropers
Norman Fell
Stanley Roper
Audra Lindley
Helen Roper
Jeffrey Tambor
Jeffrey P. Brookes III
Evan Cohen
David Brookes
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When the network proposed the spin-off of Three's Company (1977) (i.e. that they should remake the UK series _"George and Mildred" (1976)_, which was the spin-off from Man About the House (1973)) focusing on the Ropers, Audra Lindley was excited and wanted to go ahead, but Norman Fell wasn't too keen on the idea. Norman Fell felt that you couldn't do a series with *only* the running gag of Mrs. Roper being undersexed. The network assured him the show would have more substance than that, and furthermore, if the show didn't make it a full season, he and Audra could come back full time to "Three's Company" as the Ropers, thus after six months of convincing Norman Fell finally gave in. The Ropers (1979) made it a season and a half before it was canceled, As a result, ABC Network was not obligated to take them back to _Three's Company_, because their contract had passed the one year mark, thus Norman Fell and Audra Lindley were out of work, and there was nothing they could do about it because the show lasted a season and a half. However, despite their hard feelings they did reprise their roles as guest stars on _Three's Company_ as Mr and Mrs Roper one last time before their characters were retired for good.
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According to his interview with the Archive of American Television, Jeffrey Tambor's salary was $6,000 per episode.
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Based on the 1970s British sitcom, George & Mildred (1976) which itself was a spin off from Man About the House (1973).
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What type of car do the Ropers drive? Some sort of Cadillac?
not sure -1956 DeSoto Fireflite
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Photos from cast
Dick Christie Martin Ferrero Lucy Lee Flippin Patty McCormack