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My Friday Nights w my family growing up. . .The Brady Bunch
"Here's a story, of a lovely lady, who was bringing up three very lovely girls....". What's NOT to love about The Brady Bunch? Growing up it was must-watch-telly for Gen X Aussie kids.
Brady Bunch 1970)
I just got back from school and started watching this cool show called the Brady Bunch. It is about a perfect American family. It is so funny. There are so many people in that family it is crazy. This has to be my favorite TV show besides Bonanza.
"The Brady Bunch" is a sitcom that has one of T.V's first blended families. It is about the life of a large family after two widows marry. The issues tackled in this sitcom are related to the children growing up, such as dating. The show avoid controversial topics. It became even more popular years after it finished.
The Brady Bunch..everybodys perfect family except behind the scenes
The Brady Bunch, watched it EVERY Friday night with Partridge Family and then Love American Style!
The Brady Bunch go to Hawaii. Find Tiki Necklace. Bad Luck. Meet Vincent Price. Go to a Luau. 1972
I'm not old enough to remember "The Brady Bunch" during it's original run, but we watched tons of the re-runs.
I loved this show when I was a child. It now brings back good memories.
The Brady Bunch-I know it's from the 70s but everything that came from the 80s was good and a lot of things that came from the 70s were bad - except my husband and siblings.
The Brady Bunch - No explanation needed for this show...it's just a story of a lovely lady...who one day meets this fellow...and whose group will form a family
60s tv shows | No list of anything related to kids culture in the 60s and 70s ...
Loved the Sunshine Family! Their hair got all frizzy after they went swimming at Barbie's blow-up pool. Then poor Mr. Sunshine lost a leg.
The Brady Bunch - Cindy....1969 All Cindy wanted for Christmas was for her Mom to get her voice back so she could sing during Christmas Mass.
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