Produced by Jeff Barry

Music played by Misty

Shared Lead Vocals: Polly Cutter

Background Vocals: Cynthia Bullens, Valerie Carter, Harry Nehls,

Polly Cutter, Fred Freeman

One Day at a Time is an american english situation comedy that aired on CBS from
December 16, 1975, until May 28, 1984. It starred Bonnie Franklin as a
divorced mother raising two adolescent daughters, played by Mackenzie
Phillips and Valerie Bertinelli, in Indianapolis.


The series was created by Whitney Blake and Allan Manings, a
husband-and-wife writing couple who were both actors in the 1950s and
1960s. The series was based on Whitney Blake ‘s own liveliness as a one
mother, raising her three children ( Including future actress Meredith
Baxter ) after her divorce from her first husband. [ 1 ]


Ann Romano, a divorced mother, moves from their home in Logansport,
Indiana to Indianapolis with her daughters, the disaffected Julie and the
wisecrack Barbara. Ann frequently struggles with maintaining her
role as mother while affording her daughters the freedom she never had
as a young womanhood. David Kane, Ann ‘s disassociate lawyer and neighbor, takes a
romanticist interest in her, but she is n’t fix to remarry. Dwayne
Schneider, the build up ‘s far-out overseer ( most much referred to
alone by his last identify ), provides normally undesirable advice to the tenants.

After David takes a job in Los Angeles, the focus squarely rests on
Ann ‘s dilemma as a one mother and career woman american samoa well as the girls ‘
grow pains, with Schneider becoming a more welcome part of the
family. Ann ‘s tense relationship with her ex-husband Ed slowly mends,
as does the girls ‘ relationship with his fresh wife, Vickie. Julie and
Barbara advance through high school and into the work universe, and
Julie finally marries flight attendant Max Horvath. Alex, the
orphaned son of Ann ‘s dead person boyfriend, moves in, changing the
dynamics in the female-dominated apartment. Later in the serial run,
Julie gives give birth to a daughter, “ fiddling Annie ” Horvath, Barbara marries
dental student Mark Royer, and Ann ‘s mother Katherine moves nearby.

In the penultimate episode, Ann decides to take a job in London,
leaving her daughters in Indianapolis to raise families of their own. In
the serial finale, Schneider besides leaves town, moving to Florida to
take caution of his niece and nephew.


For its stallion run, the series was taped in Hollywood before a studio apartment
consultation. originally, it was taped at CBS Television City. Shortly
after its premiere, the serial began taping at Metromedia Square, where
it remained until 1982. From 1982 to 1984, the series was taped at
Universal Studios Hollywood.

Like many sitcoms developed by Norman Lear, One Day at a Time much
harness good issues in life and relationships, peculiarly those
related to second gear wave feminism. Stories depicting such events as
weddings, births, and other important milestones frequently stretched
over two-, three-, and four-part episodes.

composition song and opening credits

The root song for One Day at a Time, “ This is It ”, was composed by
Brill Building songwriter Jeff Barry and his wife Nancy Barry, and
performed by recording artist Polly Cutter. The opening credits were
originally seen over a filmed sequence showing Ann, Julie, and Barbara
excitedly moving into their new home. late, the open credits
sequence by and large consisted of clips of each casting penis taken from
former episodes.

Includes unlimited cyclosis of One Day At a Time via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Written by Jeff Barry & Nancy BarryProduced by Jeff BarryMusic played by MistyShared Lead Vocals : Polly CutterBackground Vocals : Cynthia Bullens, Valerie Carter, Harry Nehls, Polly

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