A man claiming to be Carol Brady's long-lost first husband, Roy Martin, shows up at the suburban Brady residence one evening. An impostor, the man is actually determined to steal the Bradys...
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A man claiming to be Carol Brady's long-lost first husband, Roy Martin, shows up at the suburban Brady residence one evening. An impostor, the man is actually determined to steal the Bradys' familiar horse statue, a $20-million ancient Asian artifact. Written by
Denied a family-friendly certificate in the UK because of a fleeting appearance of nunchakus. (Any depiction of this weapon in any film is banned in Britain.) This meant the film did not receive a UK cinema release. See more »
When Jan, Peter, and Bobby are talking in the bathroom she hangs the towel on her headset but in the wider reveal, especially noticeable in the mirror, she re-hangs the towel and her hand bounces around. See more »
Us Bradys have to stick together, or we'll fall apart. Much like that house of cards. You see, a deck consists of 52 cards, and if the hearts didn't work with the diamonds and the spades with the clubs, then how the heck would we ever play a game of Gin Rummy? So, in keeping with the spirit of togetherness, I'm sure you kids know the right thing to do.
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In the end credits, the nine main actors are listed under the heading "A Very Brady Cast". Later on, the Hawaiian location film crew is listed under "A Very Brady Hawaii Unit". See more »
If you were a fan of the first "Brady Bunch Movie," you'll probably find this sequel enjoyable as well. The whole cast has now slipped effortlessly into their roles (especially Gary Cole's absolutely spot-on mannerisms of Robert Reed/Mike Brady) The story and jokes this time tend to start petering out near the end, but on the whole there are enough laughs, satiric jabs and nostalgic winks to inspire good will towards the whole film. It's fluff, to be sure....but entertaining fluff.
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