The Brady Bunch Movie

Jan runs away and is later found. The kids sing in the contest which is judged by the Monkees and they win the $20,000 which enables them to save their beloved house.

Bill Bergquist

Continuity mistake: When Mr. Dittmeyer is sitting on the toilet, just before the floor collapses, when seen from his point of view, there is a lot of debris and other objects around the base of the toilet. From the wide shot, when the floor collapses, most of the objects are gone.

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Bobby Brady: Excuse me Mr Dittmeyer, but the height of your hedge is blocking your view of oncoming traffic and as a junior safety inspector I felt it was my duty to point out this hazard to you.
Larry Dittmeyer: Well you see, Billy...
Bobby Brady: Bobby.
Larry Dittmeyer: Like it matters. I grew my hedge tall for a reason... So I wouldn't have to see your family. Thank you for your concern.

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Trivia: The song that Davy Jones sings called "Girl" is from a 1971 Paramount film called "Star Spangled Girl" starring Sandy Duncan. Durning the singing a poster from that film can be seen in the background on the walls with Duncan's picture on them.

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Question: Most of the songs the Brady kids sing in this movie (and the sequel) were played at normal speed but were redone with new musicians and singers. However in this movie, during the Sears scene, "Sunshine Day" plays and you can tell it's the original recording from the original show but has been slowed down. Just curious about the reason for slowing this one down - was it a legal issue since the original cast/recording was used or another reason?

Answer: I have listened several times to both versions of "Sunshine Day" on YouTube. To my ear, they are both the same speed. However, the movie version does have some significant cuts, and some added incidental bridge music, such as when the crowd of women rushes to the Tori Spelling book signing, or when the kids are talking to Alice in the massage chair. If the movie version is slower, it is not significantly so. And perhaps it was changed to fit the blocked movement they wanted, and to accommodate the timing of the scene that they were going for. I doubt legality had anything to do with it, as the soundtrack notes states the song was used by permission. But, again, I don't think the tempo has been significantly altered.

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