The Brady Bunch Movie

Revealing mistake: When the family heads to Sears and are first playing with the cameras, Jan's show that her movements in her camera are slightly different and not the lag factor of the image being displayed on the TV.

jerimiah

Revealing mistake: During the scene where Mr. Dittmeyer is standing in front of the 9 TVs, you can see that the middle 3 people (Mike, Carol and Alice) are all taken from the same camera/angle as they all have the same background. As such that would then mean they were recordings being played back vs. being live shots as beginning of the musical number portrays.

jerimiah

Continuity mistake: When the electric wire falls on the ground, it's torn but when Cindy comes to take her ball, it's almost completely straight.

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Trivia: The grandmother played in the movie is Florence Henderson. She was the original Carol Brady. The truck driver was the original Alice, the teacher in the lunchroom was the original Peter, and the guy at the record company was the original Greg.

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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.

Michael Albert
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