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The Brady Bunch Variety Hour (TV Series 1976– ) Poster

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Over 1,500 girls auditioned to replace Eve Plumb as Jan Brady. The two finalists were Kathy Hilton (mother of Paris Hilton) and Geri Reischl, who won the part.
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Eve Plumb agreed to do the Pilot plus 5 episodes of The Brady Bunch Hour, but the network insisted on a 13 episode contract with a 5 year option. Eve's father wanted her to have only limited involvement.
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Natalie Wood and her daughters were frequent visitors to the set.
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Brady Bunch Creator and Executive Producer Sherwood Schwartz was highly critical of the show, and made it clear he had no involvement with it or it's creation.
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A guest appearance by Florence Henderson, Maureen McCormick, Mike Lookinland, and Susan Olsen on "Donny and Marie" (October 8, 1976) inspired the creation of this series.
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The Brady Bunch Variety Hour is memorialized and remembered in a new coffee table book "Love to Love You Bradys" by cast member 'Susan Olsen' (Cindy Brady).
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Featured the original cast of The Brady Bunch (1969) except for Eve Plumb (Jan Brady), who was replaced with Geri Reischl.
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The swimming pool was 45 feet long, 25 feet wide, and 5'8" deep.
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The kids from the cast had practiced choreography on-set during the original show's run, and toured between seasons performing concerts, while Florence Henderson had sung professionally, so most of the cast were prepared for the weekly song-and-dance routines. Robert Reed (Mike Brady) was an exception, however; while he gave his best efforts, his limitations plainly showed, so his choreography was kept to a minimum. Henderson remembered later, "Bob had two left feet!"
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