As The Brady Bunch was nearing the end of its five year runs, the kids were brought to Saturday morning thanks to Filmation creating an animated version of the siblings. The show performed the classic changes to make the six brothers and sisters be more appealing. They became a real band like the Partridge Family and were given outlandish pets. How did they get their hands on two pandas? The show lasted two seasons and now all 22 episode will be featured on The Brady Kids: The Complete Animated Series slated for release on February 16, 2016. It is strange that they never made The Super Adventures of Sam the Butcher. Here’s the press release from CBS DVD:
Join America’s favorite family when The Brady Kids: The Complete Animated Series, arrives on DVD for the first time ever. Dive into every episode of the classic cartoon that follows the adventures of the six Brady children and their animal friends.
The Brady Kids sees the return of members from the original Brady Bunch cast, to voice their iconic roles. When the six Brady kids befriend a magical bird and two panda cubs, their adventures become more amazing than ever! Watch the Brady kids travel to ancient Greece in “It’s All Greek to Me,” blast off for an out-of-this-world trip in “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the End Zone,” and help thwart a bank robbery in “Cindy’s Super Friend.” Arriving just in time for Easter gift giving, this rollicking collection contains all 22 episodes of the classic animated series, featuring various guest stars, including Superman, the Lone Ranger, and in her first animated appearance, Wonder Woman!
Joe Corey is the writer and director of "Danger! Health Films" currently streaming on Night Flight and Amazon Prime. He's the author of "The Seven Secrets of Great Walmart People Greeters." This is the last how to get a job book you'll ever need. He was Associate Producer of the documentary "Moving Midway." He's worked as local crew on several reality shows including Candid Camera, American's Most Wanted, Extreme Makeover Home Edition and ESPN's Gaters. He's been featured on The Today Show and CBS's 48 Hours. Dom DeLuise once said, "Joe, you look like an axe murderer." He was in charge of research and programming at the Moving Image Archive.