The Partridge Family: Season 3, Episode 9

Swiss Family Partridge (10 Nov. 1972)

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The Partridge Family perform at a ski resort. After their two week tour, they head for a vacation at a secluded rustic cabin in the mountains. Their days of relaxation turns into mud slides, constant rain, and gloom.

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The Partridge Family perform at a ski resort. After their two week tour, they head for a vacation at a secluded rustic cabin in the mountains. Their days of relaxation turns into mud slides, constant rain, and gloom.

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The title comes from the adventure novel 'The Swiss Family Robinson' written by Swiss pastor Johann David Wyss in 1812, about a Swiss family who are shipwrecked in the East Indies en route to Australia. See more »

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Reuben Kincaid: If you're big enough to get away with it, then it's right. That's international law.
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It Means I'm In Love With You
Music & Lyrics by Tony Romeo & Ralph Landis
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Cabin fever
5 March 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Swiss Family Partridge" finds the family taking a well earned vacation in the mountains near Lake Tahoe, in a remote cabin lacking both heat or electricity. Once a rainstorm of monsoon-like proportions sets in, predicted to last several days, boredom rears its ugly head, the prognosis bad enough for deep thoughts about doom and gloom. The generators on the bus offer a glimmer of hope and a call for help. Reuben gets the best line as everybody rations out the food, referring to Chris and Tracy: "how important are they to the act?" The featured song is "It Means I'm in Love with You," composed by Tony Romeo and Ralph Landis, from the forthcoming LP CROSSWORD PUZZLE (later heard in "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex...But Couldn't Pronounce").


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