Rob Robinson, left, with producer Norman Lear in a scene from the documentary "America Divided," a five-week docu-series on Epix.
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At 94, Lear reflects on career in new filmStarting with the goal of simply earning a living and supporting his family, Norman Lear became one of the most influential U.S. television producers and at the age of 94, he has no intention of slowing down. After more than six decades in the business creating situation comedies such as "All in the Family," Lear talks about the highlights of his career and personal life in the new documentary, "American Masters – Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You," airing on Oct. 25 on PBS and available the same day on DVD.After the war and with a growing family, Lear moved to Los Angeles and entered the world of show business by writing comedy sketches for television with a relative, saying it was the best way to make a living.
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