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Growing Up Brady (2000)

PG-13 | | Biography, Drama | TV Movie 21 May 2000
A tell-all story of what happened behind the scenes of the hit TV series, The Brady Bunch (1969). It is based on the book written by Barry Williams, the actor who played Greg Brady.

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A tell-all story of what happened behind the scenes of the hit TV series, The Brady Bunch (1969). It is based on the book written by Barry Williams, the actor who played Greg Brady.

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Rated PG-13 for thematic elements and some sensuality | See all certifications »
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Mike Lookinland is portrayed by his real life son Scott Lookinland. See more »

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When Maureen/Kaley is slowly walking into the pool for the first time, she is already wet. See more »

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References The Way We Were (1973) See more »

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Delightful and surprisingly good
22 June 2000 | by (Houston, TX) – See all my reviews

Anyone old enough to remember the series has heard the stories. We know about "the date" and we know of Robert Reed's "secret" and of Barry's first love. To be effective, Growing Up Brady had to stick to what we know but not make it a weak, years-later rerun. And the creators succeeded. The first half-hour was terrific -- good lines, quick cuts, the use of Brady Bunch-like look and sound, a lot of innocent comedy and good fun but packed with nostalgia. The cut-ups by the boys on the sound stage, the one-on-ones between cast members. I concur with those who praise Michael Tucker and Daniel Hugh Kelly: A-1 acting jobs and in very tough roles. The kids were more wooden and Florence Henderson's role seemed to be for photographic but not plot purposes; we got no feel for her as a person. This movie could have been a real bomb job, either a weak bio or a rip of the show or the personalties; somehow, both were avoided. The creative forces here did their homework and turned out a winner, though I would add that the Greg-Marcia romance got a bit old.


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