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BOWLING WITH THE BRADY BUNCH: OFFICIALLY THE WEIRDEST DVD RELEASE OF THE FALL [Aug. 2nd, 2011|04:16 am]
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While perusing a list of October DVD releases one title in particular slated to appear on DVD shelves October 11th stood out from every other release for the month.

THE BRADYS GO BOWLING

I know they made many dreadful "Brady Bunch" TV movies but I don't recall one specifically about them bowling. This immediately sent me in search for new information. A more detailed description for the DVD shed light on this mystery:

One of the earliest (and truest) forms of reality television took place on a sound stage in Los Angeles where two teams competed against each other to win prizes for people in the studio. It's a 'game show' crossed with 'reality television' and no matter what you call it, it's hysterical! What made the two shows on this DVD particularly unique is they pitted members of the Brady Bunch against each other and against 2 of the kids from The Waltons.


So on October 11th, for the low price of $9.99, you can relieve the epic 1973 televised bowling games between the child stars of "The Brady Bunch" and "The Waltons". In terms of forgotten nuggets of 1970's popular culture gone horribly wrong given new life via 21st century technology, THE BRADYS GO BOWLING could potentially top the 2009 DVD release of Paul Lynde's 1976 Halloween Special, a variety show highlighted by the first-ever primetime television appearance of Kiss, introduced to the primetime viewing audience by two people you would never in your right mind ever expect to see at a Kiss concert: "Hollywood Squares" comedian Paul Lynde and the Wicked Witch of the West from THE WIZARD OF OZ herself, Margaret Hamilton.

Reserve you copy of THE BRADYS GO BOWLING today (even though Amazon has yet to list it on their website).
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[User Picture]From: davidfullam
2011-08-04 02:45 pm (UTC)

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Am I the only person who didn't think The Brady Bunch was all that?