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  The Brady BunchTV Show — Videos, Actors, Photos and Episodes from the Classic Television Show — TV Land
Christopher Knight (Peter Brady) accepted the Viewers Choice Award for Favorite TV Food on behalf of The Brady Bunch’s pork chops and applesauce at the 2006 TV Land Awards.
The first season of The Brady Bunch focused on the newly blended family and the conflicts that arose from the merger.
One of the things that helps The Brady Bunch endure is that it spent little or no time on actual current events or fads, but focused on topics that were significant to any generation of kids.
www.tvland.com /shows/brady_bunch   (461 words)

  
  Brady Bunch
Father Mike Brady (Robert Reed) was always there with a weekly homily that would explain to the children the lessons they had learned.
Although mother Carol Brady (Florence Henderson) was initially written as a divorcee, and episodes of the first season did deal with the problems of children getting used to a new mother or father, the half-hour show repeatedly and firmly upheld the family as a tight unit of support, love and understanding.
The Brady Brides, on NBC in 1981, was a half-hour sitcom about Marcia and Jan as they dealt with their new husbands and the trials of being married.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/B/htmlB/bradybunch/bradybunch.htm   (980 words)

  
  BRADY WORLD - HISTORY OF THE BRADY BUNCH   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The concept of "The Brady Bunch" started back in 1966 when Sherwood Schwartz (the creator and producer of the show) heard that somewhere between 20-30% of all families had at least one child from a previous marriage.
He felt that dealing with the adult Bradys and their 90'ish problems was too grown-up for the time-slot and that it may have fared better an hour later.
The Brady Bunch is the only series ever to be shown in some form on all three major networks (ABC, NBC and CBS), as well as in theatrical and motion picture media.
www.bradyworld.com /cover/history.htm   (1540 words)

  
 Brady Bunch Action Figures - Brady Bunch TV Classics
The Brady Bunch continued in syndication and can still be seen on TV today in most major markets.
These licensed action figures were produced in 2004.
There were no original or vintage Brady Bunch figures or "dolls" ever licensed for production.
www.swfigures.com /swf/ModernActionFigures-BradyBunch.htm   (142 words)

  
 Sitcoms Online - The Brady Bunch
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.
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.
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.
www.sitcomsonline.com /thebradybunch.html   (3546 words)

  
 The Brady Bunch
The Brady Bunch was a U.S. television situation comedy, based around a large blended family.
The Brady Bunch was not a highly rated program during its prime time run (it never placed in the top 25 for a season) and was cancelled in 1974.
Brady is wearing a purple jumpsuit with a white belt.
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 Here's the story of the Brady Bunch house
One episode involved the Bradys moving their home across town when freeway construction threatened the neighborhood, an eerie echo of the reason the real house was built in 1959.
Although "The Bradys" provided a contemporary look at the house, Paramount chose not to use it for a movie based on "The Brady Bunch" that was filmed this summer.
Brady purists may grumble at what Schwartz calls the movie's "affectionate satire." But the screenplay is slightly less campy than "The Real Live Brady Bunch," a recent stage production in which adult actors performed original "Brady Bunch" episodes live.
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 Brady Bunch Kung Fu for Mobile Review - Mobile Brady Bunch Kung Fu Review
The result is Brady Bunch Kung Fu, a mobile phone fighting game that is as weird in execution as it sounds in concept.
The makers of Brady Bunch Kung Fu did their research, as the game starts off firmly grounded in Brady canon, but it quickly spins off into some wickedly strange territory.
While you'll see the likenesses of the actual Bradys plastered all over Brady Bunch Kung Fu, the fighters are drawn in an exaggerated style that is reminiscent of a variety of over-the-top, late-'90s 2D fighting games.
www.gamespot.com /mobile/action/bbkungfu/review.html?sid=6142864   (809 words)

  
 The Brady Bunch - Nostalgia Central
Perhaps the last of the nicey-nice American sitcoms of the period, The Brady Bunch would be anathema to today's more sophisticated TV viewers.
Actor Barry Williams was receiving over 6,000 fan letters per week during 1971 (more than Johnny Bravo ever did!) He and most of the other kids tried to turn their huge TV success into recording careers in the early 1970s, but to no avail.
In addition to a Brady Bunch Saturday morning cartoon (The Brady Kids), there was The Brady Bunch Variety Hour, The Brady Brides, A Very Brady Christmas and The Bradys.
www.nostalgiacentral.com /tv/kids/bradybunch.htm   (863 words)

  
 BRADY WORLD - HOME OF THE BRADY BUNCH
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www.bradyworld.com   (188 words)

  
 Brady Bunch
Schwartz says the idea for the Brady's came when he noticed government figures showing an increasing number of Americans living in "blended families" by the late 1960’s -that up to 30% of all families had at least one child from a previous marriage.
(The Brady's benefited from the growing trend of "demographics", which found that TV shows could have the right audience, rather than the largest audience, and still succeed.) It was never a top-25 hit during its original run, but The Brady Bunch proved to be good counter-programming against more adult shows on rivals CBS and NBC.
The joke was that the Bradys were still living in the 1970’s (bad hair, bad clothes, avocado green kitchen and all), while the cruder, meaner world of the mid-1990’s lies outside their Clinton Way home.
www.televisionheaven.co.uk /bradybunch.htm   (1809 words)

  
 "The Brady Bunch" (1969)
The major sponsors of the earlier episodes of "The Brady Bunch" were Cheerios and Mattel Toys.
True, the Bradys live a prosperous California lifestyle in a Los Angeles suburb, the parents are invariably patient and caring, and the kids sometimes even get to choose their own punishments.
Nevertheless, these Brady kids are respectful of their parents, who are assumed to know more than their children (not the reverse).
www.imdb.com /title/tt0063878   (832 words)

  
 The Brady Bunch vs. The Partridge Family @ WWWF Grudge Match
And the aggressive Cindy Brady is unavailable due to being at a threesome photo session which she couldn't reschedule.
Brady will be able to distract the Partrige boys, while the Brady men have their way with the Partridge Girls.
The Brady's also have the maid, she fits the roll perfectly of the next most intelligent in TV land as character who is never in the main story.
www.grudge-match.com /History/brady-partridge.shtml   (7014 words)

  
 Brady Bunch: Season 1
The Brady Bunch’s first season based much of its humor on the difficulties inherent in two sets of children suddenly being forced to cope with a new family structure and sibling order.
While war and social changes where occurring in the real world for the Brady Bunch the issues of the day involved a lost doll or the possibility that one of the kids was allergic to the family dog.
It was idealized and because of that there is little doubt that in reruns and on DVD future generations will all be able to sing the Brady Bunch song with a smile on their faces.
www.hometheaterinfo.com /brady_bunch_season_1.htm   (1059 words)

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