TThey were the postcard family of Eisenhower America, an idealized vision of life and love in suburbia. No family sitcom since has lasted as long, or made as much of an impact. Ozzie and Harriet was the first-ever show of its kind, and, arguably, remains the most successful in history. But behind the broadcast vision of perfection, the Nelson family was close, loving and dysfunctional. This feature-length BIOGRAPHY. draws on family archives to tell the complete saga of the landmark TV series and what came before and after. With remarkable candor, Nelsons talk about Nelsons, both the on-camera version and the real thing. David reveals what it was like trying to live up to his father's expectations. Kris Harmon Nelson talks about her and Rick's free-fall into drug addiction. And clips from Ozzie and Harriet and other Nelson family projects up to and including the faltering musical career of Gunnar and Mathew Nelson capture the complete saga. From the very first broadcast to their lasting legacy, this is the definitive look at "America's Favorite Family."
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