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The Final 22 Groovy Episodes!
|The Brady Bunch is a half-hour comedy series that follows the misadventures of a family united when single mother Carol (Florence Henderson) finds love and marriage with single father Mike Brady (Robert Reed). The Brady's tackle typical family issues such as sibling rivalry, misunderstandings, and growing up, in a way that brought innocence and charm to the series.|
Editor's NoteCreated by Sherwood Schwartz of GILLIGAN'S ISLAND fame, 1970s sitcom THE BRADY BUNCH remains one of the most beloved comedy series in television history--not to mention a full-blown pop culture phenomenon replete with iconic catchphrases and a ubiquitous theme song. Debuting in 1969, the series eschewed the social turbulence of its era for squeaky-clean, escapist entertainment centered around the union of lovely-lady divorcée Carol Martin (Florence Henderson) and her three flaxen-haired daughters, Marcia (Maureen McCormick), Jan (Eve Plumb), and Cindy (Susan Olsen), to a widower named Mike Brady (Robert Reed), his three sons Greg (Barry Williams), Peter (Christopher Knight), and Bobby (Mike Lookinland), and their devoted housekeeper Alice (Ann B. Davis). A throwback to the wholesome innocence of the 1950s, the series inhabited an impossibly perfect moral universe populated by bellbottoms, butterfly collars, and domestic disputes uncomplicated enough to be solved in under 30 minutes--ensuring a cult following among both devotees of irony and those who genuinely long for a simpler time. THE BRADY BUNCH is captured in all its nostalgic glory in this complete collection of episodes from the series' fifth and final season, including "Welcome Aboard," which introduced the Bradys' cousin Oliver (Robbie Rist); "Adios, Johnny Bravo," which featured Greg's audition for a TV show; and "Mail Order Hero," which boasted a guest appearance by Joe Namath.
Cast & Crew
|Ann B. Davis|