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* FamilyTitle


* DoItYourselfThemeTune: Each episode begins with the cast singing a ThemeTuneRollCall to the same tune as the ''Brady Bunch'' theme song.



* LimitedAnimation[=/=]LazyArtist: And how. The animation of the kids walking and performing songs were exact duplicate motions from Filmation's ''Archie'' series of four years earlier.

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* LimitedAnimation[=/=]LazyArtist: LimitedAnimation: And how. The animation of the kids walking and performing songs were [[StockFootage exact duplicate motions motions]] from Filmation's ''Archie'' ''WesternAnimation/TheArchieShow'' series of four years earlier.



* SpecialGuest: Special mention goes to the kids meeting Wonder Woman in her television debut.

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* SpecialGuest: SpecialGuest:
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Special mention goes to the kids meeting Wonder Woman in her television debut.


* TheSeventies: Very evident.



* MenAreStrongWomenArePretty: The theme song straight out introduces the boys as the brothers of the three sisters, taking care to describe Greg as "the leader and a good man for the job" while the girls are referred to as "See our sisters, they're all quite pretty" with the song only describing Marcia's "eyes of sparkling blue" and Jan being referred to in the vague "groovy".

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* MenAreStrongWomenArePretty: The theme song straight out introduces the boys as the brothers of the three sisters, taking care to describe Greg as "the leader and a good man for the job" while the girls are referred to as "See our sisters, they're all quite pretty" with the song only describing Marcia's "eyes of sparkling blue" and Jan being referred to in with the vague "groovy". At least she fared better than Cindy, who merely got "And then there's Cindy too."



* TheSeventies: Very evident.


* SpecialGuest: Special mention goes to the kids meeting Wonder Woman in her animation debut.

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* SpecialGuest: Special mention goes to the kids meeting Wonder Woman in her animation debut.television debut.
** Superman also drops by and Cindy almost kills him. Her rock collection includes kryptonite.



* [[RobeAndWizardHat Wizard Hat]]: Marlon wears one

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* [[RobeAndWizardHat Wizard Hat]]: Marlon wears oneone.


* FreeRangeChildren

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* FreeRangeChildrenFreeRangeChildren: Hardly any adults appear in this series with a noticeably absent Alice, Mike, and Carol.



* {{Meganekko}}: Jan

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* {{Meganekko}}: JanJan.
* MenAreStrongWomenArePretty: The theme song straight out introduces the boys as the brothers of the three sisters, taking care to describe Greg as "the leader and a good man for the job" while the girls are referred to as "See our sisters, they're all quite pretty" with the song only describing Marcia's "eyes of sparkling blue" and Jan being referred to in the vague "groovy".


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* WhatBeautifulEyes: The theme song refers to Marcia as having sparkling blue eyes.


* PandaingToTheAudience: Two pandas are the kids' {{team pet}}s.

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* PandaingToTheAudience: Two pandas named Ping and Pong are the kids' {{team pet}}s.pet}}s.

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* TheRustler: In "Give Me a Home Where the Panda Bears Roam and the Dog and the Mynah Bird Play," the kids discover that the cattle herd they are supposed to be taking on a CattleDrive consists of one cow. However, it is marked for rustling by two grizzled old-timers, Sagebrush and Tumbleweed.

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* PackedHero: In "Pop Goes the Mynah", Marlon is sealed in a can at a soda factory, and the Bradys have to rescue him.

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* CattleDrive: In "Give Me a Home Where the Panda Bears Roam and the Dog and the Mynah Bird Play", the kids go on a cattle drive. As usual, Marlon's magic makes a mess of things.


'''''The Brady Kids''''' was the AnimatedAdaptation of ''Series/TheBradyBunch'', produced by Creator/{{Filmation}} and originally airing from 1972 to 1974 on Creator/{{ABC}}. Most of the plot was about their misadventures and their songs. They had instruments, too: Greg and Peter on guitars, Bobby on drums, Marcia on tambourine and Jan on keyboards. Added was Cindy (in front of Greg) on a smaller guitar. Alice and the parents were missing from the series, and Tiger had been replaced by Moptop, a different dog. They also had two pet pandas that spoke nothing but Chinese-sounding gibberish and a magical myna bird. They had a musical performance OnceAnEpisode, and encountered various guest stars, from Franchise/WonderWoman (in her first animated appearance) to Franchise/TheLoneRanger.

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'''''The ''The Brady Kids''''' Kids'' was the AnimatedAdaptation of ''Series/TheBradyBunch'', produced by Creator/{{Filmation}} and originally airing from 1972 to 1974 on Creator/{{ABC}}. Most of the plot was about their misadventures and their songs. They had instruments, too: Greg and Peter on guitars, Bobby on drums, Marcia on tambourine and Jan on keyboards. Added was Cindy (in front of Greg) on a smaller guitar. Alice and the parents were missing from the series, and Tiger had been replaced by Moptop, a different dog. They also had two pet pandas that spoke nothing but Chinese-sounding gibberish and a magical myna bird. They had a musical performance OnceAnEpisode, and encountered various guest stars, from Franchise/WonderWoman (in her first animated appearance) to Franchise/TheLoneRanger.


[[TheDarkAgeOfAnimation ...yeah, it's all about like that.]]

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[[TheDarkAgeOfAnimation ...[[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation ...yeah, it's all about like that.]]

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* MythologyGag: In "You Took the Words Right Out of My Tape", Cindy is looking at the Sabertooth Tiger in the wax museum and comments on how nice it would be to have a "tiger" as a pet.[[note]]Get it?[[/note]] Doubles as a StealthPun.


[[BizarroEpisode ...yeah, it's all about like that.]]

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[[BizarroEpisode ...[[TheDarkAgeOfAnimation ...yeah, it's all about like that.]]


* FeatherFingers: Marlon the myna bird uses them.

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* FeatherFingers: Marlon the myna mynah bird uses them.



* GratuitousAnimalSidekick[=/=]TeamPet: Moptop, along with two pandas.

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* GratuitousAnimalSidekick[=/=]TeamPet: Moptop, along with two pandas.Marlon, Ping, and Pong



* MagicSkirt: An episode featuring a scene of the kids ice skating on a pond had Cindy twirling around on one foot, but her skirt never twirls up. Likewise when she falls on her keister, her skirt does not flip up.

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* MagicSkirt: An episode featuring a scene of the kids ice skating on a pond had Cindy twirling around on one foot, but her skirt never twirls up. Likewise when she falls on her keister, butt, her skirt does not flip up.



* [[RobeAndWizardHat Wizard Hat]]: Marlon


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* [[RobeAndWizardHat Wizard Hat]]: Marlon wears one

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