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Broadcast History:

First Telecast: February 6, 1981
Last Telecast: April 17, 1981

Feb 1981-Apr 1981, NBC Fri 8:30-9:00

Total number of episodes: 10 (7 30 minute episodes plus 90 minute pilot)


Cast:

Maureen McCormick as Marcia Brady Logan
Eve Plumb
as Jan Brady Covington
Jerry Houser
as Wally Logan
Ron Kuhlman
as Philip Covington III
Ann B. Davis
as Alice Nelson
Keland Love
as Harry
Florence Henderson
as Carol Brady


Theme Song/Video Clips:

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Series Summary:

The Brady Brides

In this spin-off from the successful ABC comedy of the early 1970s, The Brady Bunch, the two older Brady girls, Marcia and Jan, got married. They then began house-hunting with the help of their mother, Carol, who became a real estate agent after the kids had grown up. But Los Angeles was an expensive place to live, and the only solution seemed to be to set up housekeeping together in a big old house they they had all fallen in love with. This created some problems, as their life-styles were rather different--Marcia and her toy-salesman husband Wally were much less traditional than Jan and her college-instructor husband Philip. There were also the little strains of new marriages. Helping work things out, as in the old days, was Alice, their former housekeeper, who lived nearby. Harry was the kid from the slums who had been befriended by Wally.

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


Did You Know?

  • Eve Plumb turned down The Brady Brides two times and then they finally made an offer she could not refuse.

  • Robert Reed held out for The Brady Brides until a few days before and then worked for only 2 days on the movie, and he was in about half of it.


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    Videos:

    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.")

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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 (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:

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    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

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