Published: Philadelphia : Running Press, c2010 Description: 256 p.,  p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9780762439621 (hardcover), 0762439629 (hardcover), 0762439629 :, Language: English
"Here's the real story...In 1969, television history changed forever with the debut of The Brady Bunch. Popular but never #1 in its time, the original series ran for five years before being canceled. But soon after the series ended, the legend began. After decades of continuous syndication, spin-off series, fan clubs, unofficial books and novelties, TV documentaries, feature films, and a stage musical, The Brady Bunch is recognized as one of the most beloved television series of all-time. And now, for the first time ever, Sherwood Schwartz (series creator) and his partner and son Lloyd (series producer) tell the whole, true story of how The Brady Bunch came to be, what happened behind the scenes, and all the things that have gone into making the show a legend."--Dust jacket
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