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The Brady Bunch on DVD:

The Brady Bunch - The Complete First Season

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The Brady Bunch - The Complete Series

This 21-disc set comes with a shag carpet cover and contains:

  • All 5 seasons that have been previously released
  • A Very Brady Christmas
  • The Brady 500 (2-hour pilot movie for The Bradys)
  • The Brady Kids episodes (unknown number of episodes of the cartoon)

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    New Brady Bunch Books:

    Love to Love You Bradys: The Bizarre Story of The Brady Bunch Variety Hour

    Love to Love You Bradys: The Bizarre Story of The Brady Bunch Variety Hour

    Chronicling a production rife with conflicts—from drug addiction and power struggles to sexuality and weight issues—this behind-the-scenes history of the rarely seen Brady Bunch Variety Hour investigates how the show was conceived, produced, and ended up ranked one of the “Worst Shows of All-Time.” Featuring hundreds of never-before-published photos and interviews with cast, crew, and production staff, this colorful retrospective details how the spin-off ultimately shattered the Brady’s perfect image and forever scarred their television legacy. After decades under lock and key, the story behind the most disastrous offering in television history is revealed in full Brady detail.

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    The Brady Bunch: Super Groovy After All These Years!

    The Brady Bunch: Super Groovy After All These Years!

    It was 40 years ago when The Brady Bunch family hit the airwaves and is still being shown all around the world today. The Brady Bunch was the story of a widow with three girls who married a widower with three boys, who lived under one roof and solved life's problems within 24 minutes! Author Mike Pingel's new book shares the history, fun facts, full episode guide and interviews with actors, Ann B. Davis, Susan Olsen, Robbie Rist, Geri Reischl and producers, Sherwood Schwartz, Loyd Schwartz, plus so much more. Brady Bunch fan Charlene Tilton ("Dallas") has penned the foreword.

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    Barry Williams Presents: One-Year Wonders of the 70s

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    Broadcast History:

    First Telecast: September 26, 1969
    Last Telecast: August 30, 1974

    Sep 1969-Sep 1970, ABC Fri 8:00-8:30
    Sep 1970-Sep 1971, ABC Fri 7:30-8:00
    Sep 1971-Aug 1974, ABC Fri 8:00-8:30

    Total number of episodes: 117


    Cast:

    Robert Reed as Mike Brady - Robert Reed Photo Gallery
    Florence Henderson
    as Carol Brady - Florence Henderson Photo Gallery
    Ann B. Davis
    as Alice Nelson - Ann B. Davis Photo Gallery
    Maureen McCormick
    as Marcia Brady - Maureen McCormick Photo Gallery
    Eve Plumb
    as Jan Brady - Eve Plumb Photo Gallery
    Susan Olsen
    as Cindy Brady - Susan Olsen Photo Gallery
    Barry Williams
    as Greg Brady - Barry Williams Photo Gallery
    Christopher Knight
    as Peter Brady - Christopher Knight Photo Gallery
    Mike Lookinland as Bobby Brady - Mike Lookinland Photo Gallery
    Allan Melvin
    as Sam Franklin
    Robbie Rist
    as Cousin Oliver (1974)


    Theme Songs:

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    Download The Brady Bunch opening theme song from the pilot episode
    Download The Brady Bunch closing theme song - 1969

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    Download The Brady Bunch opening theme song - 1971
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    Midis:

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    MP3s:

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    Television's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 CD

    Television's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 CD

    Includes The Brady Bunch theme song - 65 total tv themes

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    Theme Song Lyrics:

    "The Brady Bunch" by Frank DeVol and Sherwood Schwartz

    Here's the story of a lovely lady
    Who was bringing up three very lovely girls.
    All of them had hair of gold, like their mother,
    The youngest one in curls.

    Here's the store, of a man named Brady,
    Who was busy with three boys of his own,
    They were four men, living all together,
    Yet they were all alone.

    Till the one day when the lady met this fellow
    And they knew it was much more than a hunch,
    That this group would somehow form a family.
    That's the way we all became the Brady Bunch.
    The Brady Bunch,

    That's the way we all became the Brady Bunch.
    The Brady Bunch.


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    Series Summary:

    The Brady Bunch cast

    The Brady Bunch was one of the last of the old-style fun-around-the-house situation comedies, full of well-scrubbed children, trivial adventures, and relentlessly middle-class parents. The premise here was a kind of conglomerate family, formed by a widow with three daughters who married a widower with three sons; a nutty housekeeper, Alice, thrown in to act as referee; plus, of course, the family cat and a shaggy dog, Tiger.

    All of these smiling faces lived in a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house in the Los Angeles suburbs, from which Dad pursued his nice, clean profession as a designer and architect. Typical stories revolved around the children going steady, family camping trips, competition for the family telephone (at one point Dad installed a pay phone), and of course war in the bathroom.

    The children ranged in age from 7 to 14 at the series' start, and the oldest son, Greg, played by Barry Williams, soon became something of a teenage idol; he was receiving 6,500 fan letters per week during 1971. Barry and several of the others tried to parlay their TV success into recording careers in the early 1970s, but without notable success.

    Reruns of The Brady Bunch were aired as part of ABC's weekday daytime lineup from July 1973 to August 1975, and an animated spinoff titled The Brady Kids ran Saturday mornings on ABC from September 1972 to August 1974.

    Series summary from The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows: 1946-Present


    Did You Know?

    464 girls and boys were interviewed by producer Sherwood Schwartz to find the Brady kids.

    In addition to the albums recorded by the Brady kids, there was an album featuring only Maureen McCormick and Christopher Knight. It was a commercial failure.

    'Reed, Robert' was written out of the final episode because he refused to appear in it. It was no secret that Reed hated his role of Mike Brady and it was not the only time he was written out of an episode.

    The theme song during the first season, unlike subsequent seasons, was not sung by the Brady kids, but by a group known as The Peppermint Trolley Company.

    We saw the Brady's bathroom many times, but not once did we see a toilet. The popular joke was that the Bradys are so good, clean, and wholesome that didn't even go to the bathroom. The truth is, they had intended putting a toilet in the bathroom, but the network censors wouldn't them.

    Sherwood Schwartz originally wanted Gene Hackman for the role of Mike Brady, but Hackman wasn't considered well-known enough at the time.

    Tiger, the Bradys' dog disappeared after the second season of the show. In reality, Tiger ran away and supposedly got hit by a car. The reason the dog house remained was because one of the studio lights fell and burned a hole in their beloved Astro-turf, so they moved the dog house to cover up the burn hole.

    Joyce Bulifant was the original choice for the role of Carol Brady.

    Even though this show stayed on for five seasons, it never was a ratings hit. The highest it ever got was number 34 in the Nielsens, but stayed on the air due to its popularity among children.

    The Brady kids attended Westdale High School, Filmore Junior High and Clinton Elementary School.

    The Brady's next door neighbors, the Ditmeyers, were talked about, but only Mr. Ditmeyer was seen on one occasion.

    The girls originally had a cat named Fluffy, but it was only seen in the pilot. The cat was gone by the time the second episode aired.

    Originally, both Mike and Carol were going to be divorcees. However, when the concept was announced, A.B.C. was very much against it. It was then decided to make Mike a widower and leave Carol the divorcee.

    Carol's last name from her previous marriage was Martin.

    Even though Greg dated a lot, you never actually saw him kiss any of the girls he went out with.

    The only Brady kid to have a kissing scene was Bobby.

    The Bradys all drove Chrylser Corporation vehicles (until the final season). Mike Brady drove a 1968 Dodge Polara convertible in the pilot; a 1969 Plymouth Fury III in years one and two; a 1971 Plymouth Barracuda convertible in year three; a 1972 Plymouth Barracuda convertible in year four (actually, a modified 1971 model), and a 1973 Chevrolet Caprice convertible in year five. Carol, on the other hand, drove only two vehicles: a 1970 Plymouth Satellite wagon, and a 1971 Plymouth Satellite wagon (which took the "bunch" on their infamous Grand Canyon trip). The vehicles were loaned to Paramount by the Chrysler Corporation for filming. Incidentally, the 1969 Plymouth Fury III convertible that "Mike Brady" drove was recently restored to showroom condition.

    The house used for exterior shots, which was normally seen at the beginning of every episode, was located in North Hollywood, California. Since the series ended, the owners of the home have erected an iron fence, let heavy shrubbery grow to cover much of the front, and have suffered numerous trespassers. They also refused to let producers use the home for exterior shots in the subsequent films in the 1990s.

    Did You Know Facts from The Internet Movie Database


    The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows: 1946-Present

    The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows: 1946-Present by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

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    This is the must-have book for TV viewers in the new millennium–the entire history of prime-time programs in one convenient volume. It’s a guide you’ll turn to again and again for information on every series ever telecast. There are entries for all the great shows, from evergreens like I Love Lucy, The Honeymooners, and Happy Days, to modern classics like Will & Grace, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Friends; all the gripping sci-fi series, from Captain Video and The X-Files to all versions of Star Trek; the popular serials, from Peyton Place to Dallas to Dawson’s Creek; and the runaway hits on cable, including CNN, The Real World, The Osbournes, and Sponge Bob Square Pants. This comprehensive guide lists every program alphabetically and includes a complete broadcast history, cast, and engaging plot summary– along with exciting behind-the-scenes stories about the shows and the stars.

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    Videos:

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    Brady Bunch Home Movies

    The Brady Bunch Home Movies (which aired on CBS only once on May 24, 1995) is filled with great home movie clips from the cast members' own libraries as well as recent interviews with the majority of the cast. During the first year on the show, Robert Reed (Mike Brady) gave each cast member a Super 8 camera. He also took the children to England and New York during the show's hiatus. Some of the footage on The Brady Bunch Home Movies came from those private trip.

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    The Brady Bunch Hour

    The Brady Bunch Hour premiered on November 28, 1978 as an ABC special and was produced by the winning team of Sid and Marty Krofft. The ratings were phenomenal with an audience of over 15 million. As a result, the show was picked up for an additional eight episodes. The first episode reported an audience of over 14 million people. The cast included Robert Reed, Florence Henderson, Maureen McCormick, Barry Williams, Chris Knight, Mike Lookinland, Susan Olsen and Geri Reischl as "the fake Jan." Reischl was the only non-original Brady member to ever play a family member which was memorialized some 20 years later in a Simpson episode, The Simpsons Family Smile-Time Variety Hour.

    The Brady Bunch Hour Volume 1 is the pilot episode of the show. Guests include Donny & Marie Osmond and Tony Randall. Also appearing in this episode are Ann B. Davis, The Kroffettes and a Busby Berkley take-off with the Water Follies. The episode is filled with great musical numbers from the '70s including Dance With Me, The Hustle and Shake Your Booty.

    The Brady Bunch Hour Volume 2 aired in 1977 with guests Vincent Price, H.R. Pufnstuf and Rip Taylor. Filled with fun skits and interesting musical numbers, 2 is filled with '70s songs such as All By Myself, You Make Me So Very Happy and Time in a Bottle.

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    Honeymoon/A Camping We Will Go

    Honeymoon/A Camping We Will Go (1969)

    In the pilot episode, "The Honeymoon", Carol (and her 3 daughters) marries Mike Brady (and his 3 sons). The battle of boys against girls begins in classic Brady Bunch style!

    In the second episode, "A Camping We Will Go", the Brady boys are not exactly happy when their dad invites Carol and the girls on their annual camping trip. The boys do everything in their power to ensure that the girls will never want to go camping again!

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    Tattletale/Law & Disorder

    Tattletale/Law & Disorder (1970)

    Cindy turns into a Tattletale & Bobby becomes safety monitor.

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    Will the Real Jan Brady Please Stand Up/Her Sister's Shadow

    Will the Real Jan Brady Please Stand Up/Her Sister's Shadow (1971)

    Jan buys a black haired wig, & Jan is jealous of Marcia (again).

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    Getting Davy Jones/The Subject Was Noses

    Getting Davy Jones/The Subject Was Noses (1971)

    Marcia gets Davy Jones for her school prom & Marcia gets hit by a football in the nose.

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    H.R. Pufnstuf: Live at the Hollywood Bowl (1973)

    H.R. Pufnstuf: Live at the Hollywood Bowl (1973) Starring The Brady Bunch

    This IS a romp down memory lane. Jack Wild, and the cast of the Sid & Marty Kroft shot "H.R. Pufnstuf" trot around on stage at the Hollywood bowl in front of a live audience. Avid Pufnstuf fans will see why the cherubic young Jack Wild's popularity fell after his voice changed - he was much better in 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves' as an adult. As added guests, the Brady Bunch kids sing and dance through some 'musical numbers' - "Proud Mary" is not to be missed. Also, the characters from "Lidsville" (another Krofft show), and Johnny Whitaker from "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters" make appearances. Look very carefully at the audience, and you can spot Ann B. Davis, and who is that man in drag sitting with Robert Reed?! This video (released by Rhino) is a hoot!

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    A Very Brady Christmas (1988)

    A Very Brady Christmas (1988)

    Most people reading this are probably already familiar with this 1988 TV movie (that spawned the short-lived "dramedy" "The Bradys.")

    The thing is, while this program was played ad nauseum on TV during the past ten holiday seasons, it was pretty much nowhere to be found during 1999, necessitating the purchase of a copy.

    In short, I know "A Very Brady Christmas" has become required viewing during MY Christmas season, and if you liked The Brady Bunch at all, it will likely become part of yours as well.

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    The Brady Bunch Movie (1995)

    The Brady Bunch Movie (1995)

    The big-screen version of the hugely popular, 1970s television sitcom takes an original angle: instead of simply recreating the old series, the film spoofs it by presenting the merged family as blithely unaware that fashions and customs have changed in the '90s. Shelley Long and Gary Cole are hilarious as the ultra-square yet libidinous Mr. and Mrs. Brady, Christopher Daniel Barnes is an ideal Greg, and Christine Taylor seems practically cloned from the original Marcia. But director Betty Thomas (Private Parts) shifts the emphasis away from comparisons between old and new Bradys and concentrates on quasi-surreal parodies and set pieces featuring the Brady kids doing their spirited, singing thing for a disbelieving public. Smart, sharp, and happy to share its conspiratorial mood with an appreciative audience, The Brady Bunch Movie is a kick.

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    A Very Brady Sequel

    A Very Brady Sequel (1997)

    With a better script than the first BRADY movie, this silly/funny follow-up has the '70s time-warp family thrown asunder when a man claiming to be Carol's first husband shows up. Further problems arise when Greg and Marsha share the attic space and find themselves unsettlingly attracted to one another! Full of the same double-entendre sexual gags as the first film, along with some wonderful musical moments and a handful of familiar faces in gag cameos.

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    Books:

    Growing Up Brady...I Was a Teenage Greg

    Growing Up Brady...I Was a Teenage Greg (1999 re-issue)

    Re issue of the best selling 1992 book. This is a special collectors edition featuring a new look and 5 new chapters updating the last 8 years including the death of Robert Reed, an updated "Where Are They Now" of all the "Brady's" and so on. It is an indepth, behind the scenes look at Americas favorite TV family written by the eldest "Brady" kid, Greg (Barry Williams).

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    Bradymania! : Everything You Always Wanted to Know - And a Few Things You Probably Didnt (25th Anniversary Edition)

    Bradymania! : Everything You Always Wanted to Know - And a Few Things You Probably Didnt (25th Anniversary Edition)

    Can it really be 25 years since ABC first aired Episode One of The Brady Bunch? Elizabeth Moran's account of the "World According to Brady" features updated cast biographies, never-before-published photos, and the latest on the new Brady Bunch movie, due this Christmas from Paramount.

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    TV Treasures : A Companion Guide to the Brady Bunch

    TV Treasures : A Companion Guide to the Brady Bunch

    An informative guide to one of the most lovable families in television history is jam-packed with fun tidbits about The Brady Bunch series, behind-the-scene romances, and exclusive biographies and filmographies of the stars.

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    Gen X TV : The Brady Bunch to Melrose Place (Television Series)

    Rob Owen's Gen X TV: The Brady Bunch to Melrose Place is a wealth of information about all of the television series that provided so much of American popular culture. Gen X TV features behind-the-scenes interviews with producers of many of these program, show states of all the major programs targeted for Gen Xers, photos of of the actors, internet newsgroups and websites dedicated to television in general and these television series in particular. Beverly Hills 90210, Living Single, My So-Called Life, The Simpsons, Friends, The X-Files, Party of Five, are just a few of the hundreds of shows that have shaped the ideas and ideals of an entire generation.

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    Alice's Brady Bunch Cookbook

    Alice's Brady Bunch Cookbook

    Emmy Award winning actress Ann B. Davis--who captured America's heart as "Alice" on "The Brady Bunch"--presents a cookbook and memory book for the show's millions of fans. "Alice" presents more than 280 Brady recipes, anecdotes from memorable episodes, plus dozens of photos provided by the cast.

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    Collectors Guide to TV Toys and Memorabilia : 1960s & 1970s (2nd Ed)

    Collectors Guide to TV Toys and Memorabilia : 1960s & 1970s (2nd Ed)

    Classic TV fans, collectors, and lovers of nostalgia will experience a blast from the past when they flip to this new second edition. With hundreds of new photos and updated values, this guide includes information on collectibles from over 50 of the most beloved shows from the 1960s and 1970s. 1,300 color photos.

    The following shows are included: Beverly Hillbillies, Bewitched, Bionic Woman, Brady Bunch, Bugaloos, Charlie's Angels, CHiPs, Donny & Marie, Eight is Enough, Family, Family Affair, Fantasy Island, Flipper, The Flying Nun, Gidget, Gilligan's Island, Good Times, Green Acres, H.R. Pufnstuf, Happy Days, Hardy Boys Mysteries, I Dream of Jeannie, Josie & the Pussycats, Julia, The Krofft Supershow, Kung Fu, Land of the Lost, Laverne & Shirley, Lidsville, Life & Times of Grizzly Adams, Little House on the Prairie, The Love Boat, Mod Squad, Mork & Mindy, Nancy Drew Mysteries, Nanny & the Professor, New Zoo Revue, Partridge Family, Patty Duke Show, Sigmund & the Sea Monsters, Six Million Dollar Man, Starsky & Hutch, That Girl, Three's Company, The Waltons, Welcome Back Kotter, Wonder Woman.

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    Music:

    Television's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2

    Includes The Brady Bunch theme song - 65 total tv themes

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    It's A Sunshine Day - The Best Of The Brady Bunch

    It's A Sunshine Day - The Best Of The Brady Bunch

    Sure, they weren't as musically talented as the Jackson Five or the Osmonds, but these six TV siblings were just as popular in the early 1970s because of their weekly sitcom, "The Brady Bunch." This excellent 20-track CD contains most of the songs performed by the kids, and though none of their singles ever hit the pop charts, their songs have become popular via reruns, reunions, and two hit movies (the songs "Time to Change" and "It's a Sunshine Day," in particular, have become cult--or camp--classics, depending on your view of the show). The Bradys were never hailed as great singers, though Barry Williams (Greg) and Maureen McCormick (Marcia) handle their vocal chores fairly well, as does Florence Henderson, who croons solo on one track. One sticking point is the omission of two songs that appear on the show, but not on the CD: "You've Got to Be in Love To Love a Love Song" and "Good Time Music," but the liner notes reveal that neither song was ever released, and thus do not appear on any Brady Bunch recording. Nonetheless, this collection is an ideal choice for Brady fans.

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    The Return Of Johnny Bravo

    The Return Of Johnny Bravo

    I can't tell you how long I have been waiting for this CD. I saw a story of it on The Daily Show and just had to purchase it. Since yesterday, it has been playing non-stop on my stereo. Even though my dog now walks around the house and yelps all day, this small discomfort is worth all the great and many treasures found within "The Return of Johnny Bravo." An eclectic mix of old and new material, Barry manages to provide a timely and poignant synthesis of the music of the past thirty years. What other CD combines songs by The Turtles, Queen, and Billy Vera? It's a godsend. Instead of buying all the originals, I can now have them all on one CD by the great Johnny Bravo. Thank you, Barry. Thank you. I guess we'll be seeing you at the Grammies.

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    The Brady Bunch Movie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    The Brady Bunch Movie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    Stop laughing! Not only did they make the movie--it was a hit! The same can't be said for the companion album, though, whose only chart hits are prior smashes by Venus ("Shocking Blue") and RuPaul ("Supermodel (You Better Work)"). For kitsch lovers, this set includes the original Brady cast's "It's a Sunshine Day" as well as cute Monkee Davy Jones serenading Marcia with "Girl." And, of course, there's the Brady Bunch theme, which you can hear at least three times a day on cable.

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