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Bentley(Paul Benedict)and others that were in the same tenant building as well like George's overbearing mother(played by Zara Cully during the 1975-78 season)who comes by for a visit and causes chaos for Louise and others like Mr.
Whittington and so forth like the doorman Ralph or Charlie the bartender whose bar is downstairs but in the same building.
Actor Sherman Hemsley who played businessman/family provider George Jefferson passed away in 2012.
Zara Cully,who played Mother Jefferson; Roxie Roker who played Helen Willis; Isabel Sanford who played Louise Jefferson,and most recently Franklin Cover, Paul Benedict and Mike Evans.
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It is also to note that "The Jeffersons" also was nominated for several Golden Globes and Emmys including a historic moment in the history of not only the show,but television itself.
The series won the Emmy in 1981 for Isabel Sanford who in fact made history as being the first African-American woman to win for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and also for Sherman Hemsley as Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series as well,and for Marla Gibbs too who was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
But the series showed its darker side too right along with the laughs and insults as well as the series explored issues that were relevant to the day's topics from interracial relationships,racism, women's rights,and civil rights were the order of the day and other issues were added in that at the time were too intense for television but they were handled with tact and dignity.
Only Norman Lear's other show "Good Times" comes in a close second. For one you saw a successful black family doing something positive and for the first time in television history a successful African-American with a successful business and living the high life on TV,but at the same time you got to see not only a white side of bigotry but a black side of that too.
Sherman Hemsley's character of George Jefferson was just that....opposite side of Archie Bunker,a bigot on the opposite side of racial intolerance.
The layout of the hallway has Harry Bentley's apartment at the end about a couple feet away at corner on the left side of the Jeffersons' apartment.
So it means logically they are just walking right into the door of Bentley's apartment instead of going straight across to the elevator.