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  • Actors: Robert Reed, Florence Henderson, Ann B. Davis, Maureen McCormick, Eve Plumb
  • Directors: Bruce Bilson, George Tyne, Hal Cooper, Jack Arnold, Jack Donohue
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: Nov. 1 2005
  • Run Time: 581 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000B5XOUM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,885 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By Francine on Dec 31 2011
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Hi everyone I thought it was great having 6 kids and mother & father on this T.V. show. It reminds me of my family that we had 13 kids when we were young. I enjoyed watching it and there isn't anything wrong with The Brady Bunch T.V. show. I love it Francine. Season 1-4 nothing wrong with any of there T.V. show.
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Greatest sitcom ever, the Brady Bunch reflects the ideal family. Wholesome, good values, beautiful blonde kids. Modern demographics and relentless left wing ideology has since destroyed that dream. Season 4 is garbage though, it's obvious at this point the series is in decline. Seasons 1-3 are vastly superior.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
"In four years not one of those kids has ever tasted a cold cookie" -alice Feb. 11 2006
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: DVD
Here are all the uncut episodes in season four.

1. Hawaii bound: Mike takes the family to hawaii.

2. Pass the Tabu (continues Hawaii bound): Bobby finds an ancient Tabu and believes it can give you bad luck after some bad things happen.

3. The Tiki Caves (continues Pass the Tabu): The boys get locked into cave trying to return the tabu

4. Today, I am a freshman: Marcia unsure of herself going to highschool signs up for all the events trying to be popular

5. Cyrano de Brady: Peter falls for Kerry. Trying to impress her he gets Greg to tell him what to say to her in a poetic voice. Thinking Greg likes her Kerry falls for him.

6. Fright Night: The boys pull a trick on the girls and the girls wanting to get even pull something else.

7. The show must go on??: Marcia signs her mom up for the family night frolic at the same time Greg signs his dad up for it.

8. Jan, the only child: Tired of being pushed around Jan decides she wants to be an only child.

9. Goodbye, Alice, Hello: After being named a "tattletale" alice leaves.

10. Greg's triangle: Greg's new girl Jennifer and Marcia both try out to be the head cheerleader. When Greg's the head chairmen.

11. Everyone can't be George Washington: Wanting to be George Washington in the school play Peter tries really hard at the school play audition. Trying so hard he gets to be the better character-Benedict Arnold.

Love and the older man: Marcia falls for the handsom dentist. "He has a wife, children, and maybe even a dog!"-Jan

Law and Disorder: Bobby becomes the safety monitor at school and lets the power go to his head.

Greg gets grounded: Greg almost gets into an accident and Bobby blabs.Greg gets grounded.

Amateur Night: miscounting the amount of money it cost to get the gift for her parents anniversary. Jan signs up the group to be in an amateur contest. 1st prize is $100!

Bobby's Hero: Bobby writes a composisition on his hero-Jesse James

The subject was noses: Marcia drops a date with Charlie to go with Doug Simpson the big man on campus. But when Marcia's nose gets in the way of a football game, she finds out doug just wanted a pretty face.

How to succeed in buisness: Peter is ecstatic when he gets his first job. He tries so hard he gets fired.

The great earring caper: Cindy borrows a pair of earring that Marcia borrowed from Carol. But then they disapear so she gets Peter the new detective to help her.

You're never too old: The Brady Kids try and get Carols mother and Mikes father together.

You can't win 'em all: Cindy gets on TV and lets it go to her head.

Room at the top: Greg and Marcia fight over the attic room for their own room.

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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Mike gets a perm, Marcia gets sexy and Cindy gets pigtails... Nov. 2 2005
By MARQUISE - Published on
Format: DVD
This season of the show is probably one of the most popular because it features most of the more memorable episodes.

Funny to see Robert Reed's hair combed to the side in the series opening credits and in the brief opening moments of the first Hawaii episode only to see it go curly from the second episode on.

Greg jumps on the band wagon and get his own curly 'fro going (Peter gets his in Season 5). Cindy is growing up and the cute little curls make way for braided pigtails....

Minor glitch on Episode 1 on Disc 3: "Love and the Older Man": The boxes that normally pop up before the final ending tag of each episode were edited out from this episode. Just as the music is starting up and the boxes are getting ready to appear the scene fades out.

The picture on some episodes could be better but this is as good as it's going to get folks.

Guess we're lucky to be getting them at all. It really could be much worse.

Best part about watching this series on DVD is that I get to see scenes from each epidose that I've never seen before due to heavy editing in syndicated runs of the show.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
"Oh, My Nose!" Nov. 7 2005
By The Groove - Published on
Format: DVD
In my opinion, the fourth season (1972-73) of the Brady Bunch is the best and most fun of the entire series. It has the most memorable episodes and the most quotable lines. I won't bother summarizing the Hawaii episodes, as many of us are already familiar with them. Instead, I'll comment on only a handful of the episodes that stand out the best.

Marcia (Maureen McCormick) gets the jitters on her first day of high school and she tries way too hard to make a good first impression on her classmates. She then signs up for every school club available and makes a total fool of herself.

Poor Jan (Eve Plumb). Every season, she has something to whine about. First, there was middle child syndrome. Then, she found herself competing with Marcia, Marcia, Marcia. Now, she complains that she has no privacy living with 2 sisters and 3 brothers. So the rest of the Brady kids alienate Jan by staying far out of her way.

Housekeeper Alice (Ann B. Davis) begins to piss off the Brady kids by inadvertently snitching on them (Marcia left the stereo on and Peter broke Mom's lamp). Convinced that she's on a mission to get them into trouble, the Brady kids give Alice the cold shoulder, and she ends up quitting.

Bobby (Mike Lookinland) puts Greg (Barry Williams) in the hot seat by telling his parents that he almost got them into a car accident. Mike (Robert Reed) almost throws a fit and bans Greg from driving for a week. This is problematic, as Greg already has a date lined up with Rachel.

Apparently, Bobby has bad taste in picking his heroes. When his principal tells his parents that he wrote a gleaming essay on Jesse James, Mike and Carol (Florence Henderson) get concerned to say the least.

Here's a favorite of mine. Marcia breaks her date with Charlie to go out with Doug, the big man on campus. Later that afternoon, she gets whacked in the face by a stray football ("Oh, my nose!"), putting her date with Doug in serious jeopardy.

Peter (Christopher Knight) learns a valuable lesson that, sometimes, trying too hard on the job can get you fired. He gets a job as a mechanic at Martinelli's bike shop, but when his slow pace hurts business, Mr. Martinelli has no choice but to let Peter go. Peter is too ashamed to tell his parents the bad news, but the truth eventually emerges.

Let the battle of the sexes continue! When Carol and Alice clean out the attic, both Greg and Marcia fight over who gets to move into it.

These episodes are spread over 4 DVDs, none of which have any bonus features. The picture quality varies, and the sound is in mono. Regardless, fans of the beloved TV series would be foolish to pass up on this DVD, which is a must-own for any Bradyholic.
16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Hawaii Anyone? Sept. 26 2005
By L. Crater - Published on
Format: DVD
Aww...what a great show. The Brady Bunch is finally getting the respect it so rightly deserved for so many years. Growing up in the '80's, I grew up with the Brady's. Re-runs were on every evening and I simply enjoyed every moment and memory that they provided. This 4th Season probably contains some of my favorite episodes including: The Hawaii vacation (3 episodes), The Subject Was Noses, & Today, I Am a Freshman. I just love The Brady Bunch - they made me feel happy and safe as a kid, now being older, I love being able to reminisce and savor that happiness and comfort all over again. Cheers to The Brady's!!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
"When your a TV star you're hair has to be just right!" -Greg (copying Cindy) Feb. 12 2006
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: DVD
In this season alot of things happen.

Again there is a singing and dancing episode. We find out bobby (mike lookinland) can really sing! The kids are growing up! The opening episode starts with a trip to hawaii. Marcia goes to highschool. Jan again has something to complain about, this time she wants to be an only child. Peter and Jan decide they want to be a doctor (peter) and a nurse (jan). Alice leaves but comes back (again). Bobby becomes the safety monitor (snitch monitor) and then a few episodes later chooses his hero to be Jesse James! Peter gets his first job. He also becomes a detective. Cindy goes onto TV and lets the power go to her head. Then fails on the set. Greg gets his own room.

Ages of the kids:

Greg(Barry Williams):17

Marcia(Maureen McCormick):15

Peter(Chris Knight):14

Jan(Eve Plumb):13

Bobby(Mike Lookinland):11

Cindy(Susan Olson):10