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Brady Bunch - Complete 4th Season
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Brady Bunch



9/26/1969 - 8/30/1974
ABC 30 minutes

Color - 117 episodes

The Brady Kids

11/16/72 - 8/31/74
ABC Animated

Brady Bunch Hour

1/23/1977 - 5/5/1977
ABC 60 minutes

Brady Brides

9/6/1981 - 4/17/1981
NBC 30 minutes
Brady Bunch
Florence Henderson and Robert Reed

The Brady's

2/9/1990 - 3/9/1990 CBS 30 minutes Brady

Bunch Cast



Robert Reed as Mike Brady
Florence Henderson as Carol Brady
Barry Williams as Greg Brady
Maureen McCormick as Marcia Brady
Christopher Knight as Peter Brady
Eve Plumb as Jan Brady
Mike Lookinland as Bobby Brady
Susan Olsen as Cindy Brady
Geri Reischl as Jan Brady
   (Brady Bunch Hour)
Ann B. Davis as Alice Nelson

Allan Melvin as Sam Franklin
Robbie Rist as Cousin Oliver (1974)


Brady Bunch mania  Book
Bradymania!:
Everything You Always Wanted to Know - And a Few Things You Probably Didnt - BOOK




TV Tunes
TV Land Presents: Favorite TV Theme Songs

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Brady Bunch CD
It's a Sunshine Day:
The Best of the Brady Bunch




Brady Bunch - TV game
TV Land presents Blast From the Past! - Software/game



For More of Robert Reed
See Defenders

External Links
TV Guide's Brady Bunch Page, with TV Listings, Photos, Videos, Exclusive News and More.

Brady Bunch Theme Song

"The Brady Bunch" by Frank DeVol and Sherwood Schwartz
Sung by the Peppermint Trolley Company 1st season, then the Brady Kids
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 story, 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.

Brady Bunch Tidbits

Let's dispense with the bad news first. Yes, Robert Reed was gay and yes, he resisted kissing Florence Henderson. He made very unkind remarks about the Brady Bunch, saying it embarrassed him. He frequently walked off the set after arguments with producer Sherwood Schwartz.

None of which changes the fact they we all loved the Brady Bunch. We either wanted to be adopted into the family, or at least get to go play at the oh, so familiar, four bedroom, two bathroom house in Los Angeles.

Nor can any post mortem revelations alter the fact that the Brady Bunch spawned as many spinoffs as Star Trek. Not to mention the movies.

The story is well known. Most of us can sing the theme song from memory and that pretty much says it all. Mike Brady (Robert Reed) was an architect widower with 3 boys and Carol Brady (Florence Henderson) was in the same situation but with 3 girls. True love grew, and "that's the way we became the Brady Bunch."

At the start, the kids ranged from 7 to 14. But they quickly blossomed. Greg (Barry Williams) was a teen idol and who can forget, Marcia, Marcia Marcia. There are grown men who still harbor a crush on Maureen McCormick.

There's nothing wrong with a little harmless fantasy like the Brady Bunch. Maybe it's what we need more of today.




Passings

Only Robert Reed who died in 1992 of intestinal cancer is gone. So for fun, want to now how old the Brady kids are today? Here are their birth years: Barry Williams (1954), Maureen McCormick (1956), Christopher Knight (1957), Eve Plumb (1958), Mike Lookinland (1960) and Susan Olsen (1961).
Brady Bunch
Brady Bunch


Brady Bunch - Ann B Davis
Ann B. Davis



Brady Bunch - Marcia
Maureen McCormick

Brady Bunch
Brady Bunch



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Brady Bunch Trivia

Address: 4222 Clinton Avenue

Dog's name: Tiger

Schools:
Clinton Elementary
Filmore Jr. High
Westdale Sr. High (Bears)

Marcia belonged to: Sunflower Girls scout troop
Greg belonged to: Frontier Scouts
Peter belonged to: Treehouse Club
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