The adventures of a futuristic version of the Partridge Family.






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Joan Gerber ...
 Connie Partridge unknown episodes


The adventures of a futuristic version of the Partridge Family.

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Release Date:

7 September 1974 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Partridge Family in Outer Space  »

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(16 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


This show and Jeannie (1973) are each wholly owned by Screen Gems, making them the only Hanna-Barbera shows owned by an outside studio. See more »


Spun-off from The Partridge Family (1970) See more »

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Wow, this was bad.
13 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

In 1974, my family and I bought into the idea that "Rock and Roll" was inherently evil. I was 7, so I was easily sold on the idea, but I was typically drawn to the thing I was supposed to be repulsed by, and was always sneaking peeks at The Partridge Family (the live-action show). When I heard about this show - from an ad in a Richie Rich comic book prattling on about the virtues of the new CBS Saturday morning lineup - I was overjoyed in a pre-pubescently naughty way. I knew I could sneak peaks at the show without my family knowing about it, because who cared what I watched on a Saturday morning? No one. My own dirty little secret in waiting. Little did I realize how inherently lame and non-rebellious the 'live' Partridges were, but oh well. When the show actually came on, it was just terrible. So bad that even a seven year old was bored silly by it: there was no explanation as to why the Partridges were suddenly two-and-a-quarter centuries in the future, their world consisted mostly of old backgrounds and incidental music left over from the Jetsons, and it wasn't at all funny. I watched it once or twice, and then drifted away and forgot it even existed. In the early 80s it was briefly syndicated, and I watched about one episode, unable to get through it, and kind of embarrassed to remember how much I looked forward to it. As part of the inexplicable early-70s demi-trend of taking established properties and putting them in space for no good reason, this show ranks a poor second to "Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space".

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