The Partridge Family

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Laurie's in love. Danny's in trouble. Shirley's in debt. And Keith is flunking sex education! These are just a few of the hijinks that take place in the celebrated third season of TV's beloved The Partridge Family! Join Academy Award-winner Shirley Jones (Actress in Supporting Role 1960 for Elmer Gantry) and America's original idol, David Cassidy, with Susan Dey, Danny Bonaduce, Dave Madden, and the rest of the talented cast as pop's first family meets a princess, a convict, a biker, and a millionaire while taking on rogue computers, racehorses, crooks, crushes, and even a flash flood! With an all-star guest cast taht includes Ray Bolger, Arte Johnson, Anthony Geary, John Astin, and a very young Jodie Foster, The Partridge Family: The Complete Third Season is your backstage pass to life, love, and laughs with the tuneful, terrific Partridge Family!

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Hop on the bus with the Partridges for all 96 magical musical episodes! Starring Shirley Jones as matriarch of America's first family rock band, this complete series collection is your backstage pass to life, love, and laughs with the tuneful, terrific Partridge Family. Co-starring pop idol David Cassidy, Susan Dey, Danny Bonaduce, Jeremy Gelbwaks, Brian Forster and Suzanne Crough.

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Like a groovy Family von Trapp, The Partridge Family arrived in 1970 with matching velvet outfits and wholesomeness bursting from every pore. Watching it now, you expect little more than kitsch--but the show, though certainly a sitcom representation of the world, is curiously fresh and appealing. This sheer likeability comes partly from the cast--Shirley Jones (The Music Man) looks foxy in mini-skirts while still being the cool mom everyone wishes they had; teen idol David Cassidy is unexpectedly engaging as an actor (his charisma is all the more apparent when another teen idol, Bobby Sherman, makes a wooden appearance); and Danny Bonaduce's child-star rise sprang not from cuteness but his genuine comic timing.

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