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Eight Is Enough: A Family Reunion (1987)

Years have passed, and all the Bradfords, with the exception of Nicholas, have moved out of their Sacramento home and started their own lives. They get together for their father's birthday ... See full summary »

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(novel) (as Thomas W. Braden), (as Gwen Bagni-Dubov)
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Tom Bradford
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Tommy Bradford
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Merle 'The Pearl' Stockwell
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David Bradford
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Nancy Bradford
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Elizabeth Bradford
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Mary Bradford
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Janet
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Nicholas Bradford
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Susan Bradford
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Joanie Bradford
Mary Frann ...
Abby Bradford
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Tom Bradford's Grandson
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Donna
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Years have passed, and all the Bradfords, with the exception of Nicholas, have moved out of their Sacramento home and started their own lives. They get together for their father's birthday celebration, and bind together to solve a crisis at his place of employment. Written by Phil Fernando

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There's no problem too big for a family as big as theirs!

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18 October 1987 (USA)  »

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Eine super Familie  »

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Mary Frann was cast as Abby because Betty Buckley was in Europe working on the film Frantic (1988). See more »

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Follows Eight Is Enough (1977) See more »

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Great to see Adam Rich and the rest of the Eight is Enough cast
13 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Eight is Enough was axed in 1981 following the defeat of Carter by Reagan the previous year, I wondered what would happen to the cast and especially what Adam Rich would look like in a reunion several years later.

With the Reagan presidency coming to an end in 1988, and the thousand points of light of George Bush Sr, it was good to see the Eight is Enough reunion movie. In fact this is the first of two Eight is Enough reunion movies, and it was refreshing seeing what the characters were up to, and Adam growing into adulthood. Unfortunately Betty Buckley couldn't make an appearance as she was filming Frantic in Paris, so Mary Frann took her place (sadly Mary Frann died in 1998).


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