BRADY BRADY BRADY ~ The Complete Story of The Brady Bunch as Told by the Father/Son Team Who Really Know

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Title
BRADY BRADY BRADY ~ The Complete Story of The Brady Bunch as Told by the Father/Son Team Who Really Know
author Sherwood Schwartz , Lloyd J. Schwartz
ISBN 92012
Language
Category Entertainment & Sports
Publisher Running Press
Pages 256
Publishing Date 1st January, 1970

Book Reviews:

Here’s the story...of a different father-and-son artistic aggregation who masterminded the conception, architecture and casting of aggregate Brady.  Inspired by the statistics in a 1966 Los Angeles Times article about the prevalence of marriages that absorb accouchement from antecedent relationships, Sherwood Schwartz, a amusement biographer in the Army during World War II, hatched the abstraction for a half-hour bearings ball about the “gentle alloy of two families into one.” Based on his success with Gilligan’s Island, he confidently pitched the pilot titled “Yours & Mine” to three determined networks, again waited several years until The Brady Bunch finally aired in September 1969. The arduous casting action took months to gel, but eventually the Brady ancestors took shape, accent by handsome, Shakespearean-trained Robert Reed, affable, multitalented Florence Henderson (who almost exhausted out Joyce Bulifant), and Emmy Award–winning actress Ann B. Davis. Schwartz addendum that the casting formed able-bodied calm except for nitpicky, annoying bear Reed, who “thought television was below him” and abnormally second-guessed curve and scenes throughout the activity of the series. Schwartz’s chapped narration, abounding with claimed quips, able “tangents” on Hollywood backroom and an admiration to the post-production’s unsung heroes anon yields to his son Lloyd, who takes the captain for the actual two-thirds of the book. In examining the series’ episodes, its five-year run, abstruse cabal advice on casting and aggregation and activity afterwards Brady, Schwartz creates a breezy, cornball behind-the-scenes address from a producer’s perspective. Revelations are balmy by avant-garde standards, but both narrations acclaim and account anniversary other. Both authors brand the book as an accurate estimation of the chicane abaft the success, and the complications, of The Brady Bunch and how the authorization amazingly continues to be reinvented.    Diehard admirers and classic-TV buffs will assemblage about this collaborative, affably awakening tell-all.

The Brady Bunch is one of the most beloved series to ever grace American television screens. Whether you’ve been a devoted fan since its inception in the late 1960s, or are a more recent Brady buff thanks to its steady airing in syndication, there is an undeniable shared delight that comes from the simple-natured, humor-filled world of that picture-perfect family.Now, for the first time, the show’s famous creator, writer, and producer Sherwood Schwartz and his son, writer and producer Lloyd Schwartz, share with their loyal audience the complete first-hand behind-the-scenes story of The Brady Bunch. From how the show was developed, pitched, greenlighted, cast, produced, and embraced, to ultimately how it changed the TV and cultural landscape of America—this book really has it all.Sherwood and Lloyd Schwartz carefully and nostalgically recall all the details—great, small, funny, frustrating, and everything in between—that came with the show. Taking an exclusive tour of everything Brady, you’ll marvel at the stories, take pleasure in more than 50 rare photographs, and transport yourself into the show you love with the insider details you never knew.

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