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
The plot of this movie is based on the idea that the fate of Carol's first husband is never mentioned in the original TV series. In the series pilot, it is implied that Mr. Brady's first wife is deceased. See more »
The exterior shots of the airplane the family takes to Hawaii is a MD80 however the interior shots of the plane are of a wide body jumbo jet. Furthermore, the MD80 has never been ETOPS certified, which is required for a mainland to HI flight. See more »
You seem to be having quite an effect on Peter, Roy.
Well, it's like I always say: "Veni, Vidi, Vici. I came, I saw, I conquered".
Well, like I always say: "Caveat Emptor".
Doesn't that mean "Buyer Beware"?
Yes yes it does.
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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 »
In the syndicated TV prints, the hot-line number on Jan's card as well as the number on the Brady's phone is blurred out. This is done to discourage anyone from calling the non-existent numbers. 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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