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The Brady Bunch Television Series DVDs

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The Brady Bunch - Season 1
Because of Gilligan's Island and The Brady Bunch, writer-producer Sherwood Schwartz will forever be a TV hall-of-famer. They were his only real hits, but they were both grand slams in their prime times and have remained syndicated favorites ever since. Following closely on the Gilligan's Island season 2 release, The Brady Bunch is ready for home theaters with a nicely designed, 4-disc set of 25 first-season episodes. The pilot episode, "The Honeymoon" sets up the story we all know from the theme song (lyrics by Schwartz) by giving us the marriage of Mike and Carol and the coming together of the six kids. Schwartz provides commentary for just this first show, but he fondly recalls his intention of sweet, subdued, and often corny gags the pre-fab family encountered as a precise format each week.

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The Brady Bunch - Season 2
The Brady Bunch never scored high ratings during its five year run, but this friendly family comedy has remained in reruns ever since, while bigger hits have slipped into oblivion. Pretty much everyone who grew up in the 1970s or '80s knows the show inside and out: A vision of suburban family life so utopian it's as fantastical as Neverland or Santa's workshop--and just like these imaginary realms, it casts a spell over every kid who wished all problems could be resolved with a few wise words, a good-natured shrug, or a winsome smile.

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The Brady Bunch - Season 3
The Bradys just keep on movin', keep on groovin', keep on doin' it right. By season four the Brady Bunch crew had got the magical formula down and was churning out one groovy television classic after another. Not only is season four the best of the later seasons, including the memorable performance by the Brady band "The Silver Platters," but the episodes included in this run almost read as a "Brady best-of" list.

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The Brady Bunch - Season 4

The Bradys just keep on movin', keep on groovin', keep on doin' it right. By season four the Brady Bunch crew had got the magical formula down and was churning out one groovy television classic after another. Not only is season four the best of the later seasons, including the memorable performance by the Brady band "The Silver Platters," but the episodes included in this run almost read as a "Brady best-of" list.

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The Brady Bunch - Season Final

Here's where the story of the lovely lady, a man named Brady and their six kids comes to an end. Aired from 1973-'74, The Brady Bunch - The Complete Final (Fifth) Season closes the chapter on one of the most fascinating and entertaining TV sitcoms of the 1970s. The highlights are pretty high, showcasing many classic Brady moments. "Adios, Johnny Bravo" guest stars playmate Claudia Jennings as the super foxy agent Tami Cutler who tries to sign Greg as the next American idol.

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The Brady Bunch Movie

The Brady Bunch Movie is a 1995 comedy film adaptation of the 1969-1974 television series The Brady Bunch.

The film features all the original regular characters, all played by new actors. It also took the unusual route of placing the original sitcom characters, with their 1970s fashion sense and 1970s sitcom family morality, in a contemporary 1990s setting, and parodied the resulting culture clash. The movie was a hit and was followed by A Very Brady Sequel in 1996, and a television movie called The Brady Bunch in the White House in 2002
 

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The Brady Bunch Sequel

Following its predecessor, the film places the 1970s Brady Bunch family in a contemporary 1990s setting, where much of humor is derived from the resulting culture clash and the utter lack of awareness the Bradys show towards their unusual lifestyle.

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The Brady Bunch in The White House

The Brady Bunch in the White House is a 2002 TV movie. It is the second sequel to the The Brady Bunch Movie (1995), following A Very Brady Sequel (1996). It was directed by Neal Israel and written by Lloyd J. Schwartz and Hope Juber, based upon characters originally developed by Sherwood Schwartz for the 1970s television series The Brady Bunch.

Cast
Main article: Characters of The Brady Bunch
The regular cast appeared in an opening title sequence in which video head shots were arranged in a three-by-three grid, with each cast member appearing to look at the other cast members. The sequence has been widely imitated and lampooned since.

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