Mike has a big surprise for the family. His boss, Mr. Phillips, has approved the King's Island amusement park plans he has been working on and wants him to go to Cincinnati to present them. In turn, Mike can bring along the family to spend time at King's Island. They are all excited by the news. Once there, Mike is dismayed to learn that he only has a truncated thirty minute meeting to present the plans before the amusement park's directors, Mssrs. Remington and Dempsey, head off on another business trip. Regardless, Mike vows to have a good time seeing as much of the park with the family before his meeting at one o'clock in the afternoon. The morning adventures include Greg trying to find a girl he just met and likes named Marge, who works at the park dressed as an animal, but Greg doesn't know which one. And Bobby and Cindy try to justify eating a lot of junk food before their scheduled meeting with the family for lunch. At lunch, Jan asks her father if she can use one of his two ... Written by
Did You Know?
If you look closely, the costumes worn by the park workers are of characters featured in the various cartoons produced by Hanna-Barbera. Ironically, at the time this was filmed The Brady Kids
(1972) cartoon series was being produced by Hanna-Barbera's main rivals in the 1970's Filmation. See more
When the family is on the roller coaster, it is clear that two very different rides were used during filming. While looking at the family, you can see that there is a second set of cars with riders to their left, as if it's a "race" ride. But when looking from the point of view of the riders, you can clearly see that it is in fact only a single track roller coaster. See more
The William Tell Overture
Composed by Gioachino Rossini
Played as the family runs to get Mike's plans to the park manager's office See more