The Brady Bunch



If You Are A Big Fan Of The Show You May Like This Blog. Check It Out Here And It Is Called The Brady Bunch Blog.

Check Out This IAmNotAStalker Post Giving Descriptions From Some Of The Establishing Shots Seen In The Show And Thank You To Michael For Doing The Research On Finding Them.

Thank You To Chuck Snyder, Don Bitz, Gary Randall And Brian Koppel For Finding Some Of The Other Locations.

Season 1:


Episode 1-1; The Honeymoon

(0:01)  Mike Brady House / 12049 Iredell Street, Studio City

(0:06)  Carol's Parent's House Or The Wedding House / 4101 Longridge Avenue, Sherman Oaks

(0:21)  The Resort For The Honeymoon / Del Monte Lodge At Pebble Beach; 1700 17 Mile Drive, Pebble Beach


Episode 1-2; Dear Libby

(0:02)  The Brady Residence / 11222 Dilling Street, Studio City


Episode 1-3; Eenie, Weenie, Mommy, Daddy

(0:09)  The Elementary School / Dixie Canyon Elementary School; 4220 Dixie Canyon Avenue, Sherman Oaks

(0:10)  The School Auditorium / Paramount Studios; Lucy Rehearsal Hall; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: This Place No Longer Exists On The Lot)
Thank You To Lucy Kurtz Sutton Via Susan Olsen For This Info


Episode 1-8; A-Camping We Will Go

(0:08)  The Camping Location / Franklin Canyon; 2600 Franklin Canyon Drive, Beverly Hills


Episode 1-11; Vote For Brady

(0:09)  Fillmore School / Paramount Studios; Lucy Park; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: The Park Has Changed A Lot Since The Show Was Made As The Arches Are No Longer There)


Episode 1-12; The Voice Of Christmas

(0:11)  The Exterior Of The Department Store / 100 S. San Fernando Blvd, Burbank

(0:25)  Mrs. Brady Singing At The Church On Christmas / Paramount Studios; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 1-13; Is There A Doctor In The House

(0:02)  Mike Brady's Office / Old Beverly Hills Library; Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills (Note: The Building Has Since Been Torn Down And Replaced With The Current Library)
You Can Read More About The Old Library By Clicking Here


Episode 1-14; Father Of The Year

(0:13)  The Newspaper Office Building Exterior / 5657 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles


Episode 1-15; 54-40 And Fight

(0:20)  Checker Stamp Redemption Store / Paramount Studios; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 1-20; Brace Yourself

(0:21)  Winter's Where Alice Returns The Dress For Marcia / 12115 Ventura Blvd, Studio City (Note: The Address Has Changed From 12113 Since The Establishing Shot Was Taken. I Added An Old Google Street View Showing The "Winter's" Plaque But It Has Since Been Removed)


Episode 1-21; The Hero

(0:12)  The Exterior Of The Toy Store / Toyorama Discount Toys; 5770 Barack Obama Blvd, Los Angeles (Note: This Building Now Houses A Pizza Place But Is No Longer Recognizable But Some Of The Other Building Still Are)


Episode 1-22; The Possible Dream

(0:10)  Exterior For The Friend In Need Society / Still Searching For This Location

(0:13)  Exterior Of Gilbert's Books / 6278 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood (Note: This Building Has Since Been Torn Down)


Season 2:


Episode 2-1; The Dropout

(0:05)  Greg Playing Baseball / West Los Angeles Little League; 1411 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles (Note: The Correct Field Is The Middle One Next To The Softball Field)


Episode 2-5; Going, Going...Steady

(0:10)  Marcia Sitting With Harvey Klinger Outside Of School / Paramount Studios Lucy Park; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 2-6; Call Me Irresponsible

(0:05)  Greg At The Newsstand / Paramount Backlot; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles

(0:19)  Greg's Bicycle Chain Breaks / Paramount Studios; 3rd Street At Avenue E., Los Angeles Note: A Lot Has Changed But The Brick Building Called "Dietrich" Is Still There)

(0:21)  Greg Going To The Mechanic To Find The Designs Left In The Car / Paramount Studios; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 2-7; The Treasure Of Sierra Avenue

(0:01)  Bobby Finds A Wallet While Playing Football / Still Searching For This Location


Episode 2-8; A Fistfull Of Reasons

(0:21)  Peter Punches The School Bully / Paramount Studios; Lucy Park; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 2-9; The Not-So-Ugly Duckling

(0:01)  The Exterior To Valley Drug / 5161 Laurel Canyon Blvd, North Hollywood (Note: This Building Is No Longer There)


Episode 2-14; Where There's Smoke

(0:01)  Greg Smoking A Cigarette Near A Big Tree / Paramount Studios; Lucy Park; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 2-15; Will The Real Jan Brady Please Stand Up?

(0:05)  The Mall Or Wig Store Exterior / 6067 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles


Episode 2-16; The Drummer Boy

(0:07)  The School Football Field With Peter And Deacon Jones / Poinsettia Recreation Center; 7341 Willoughby Ave, Los Angeles


Episode 2-17; Coming-Out Party

(0:13)  The Medical Building Where Carol And Cindy Get Their Tonsils Out / King Gillette Ranch; 26800 Mulholland Hwy, Casabasas (Note: This Is The Administration Building)


Episode 2-19; The Liberation Of Marcia Brady

(0:01)  Marcia Being Interviewed On Local Television In Front Of Her School / Paramount Studios; Lucy Park, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 2-22; Double Parked

(0:18)  Alice Taking The Younger Kids Through The Neighborhood / Still Searching For This Location


Episode 2-24; Tell It Like It Is

(0:01)  Carol Having Lunch At A Restaurant With A Magazine Editor / Hyde Sunset Kitchen; 8117 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles (Note: The Building Has Changed A Little Since The Episode Was Made)


Season 3:


Episode 3-1; Ghost Town USA

(0:07)  The Brady's Stopping To Get Gas / Paramount Studios; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: You Can See The Water Tower As They Pull In And This Building Has Since Been Torn Down)

(0:10)  The Old Ghost Town / Western Set At Paramount Studios; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: This Western Set Has All Been Torn Down)


Episode 3-4; The Wheeler Police

(0:07)  Greg Out Learning To Drive With Mr. Brady And Stopping At A Stop Sign / W. 1st Street At Hudson Place, Los Angeles (Note: After They Stop At The Stop Sign They Turn Right Onto Hudson Place And Go South Passing 123 Hudson Place In The Third Screen Shot)

(0:10)  Greg Looking At His Classmate Eddie's Junker Car That Is For Sale / Paramount Studios; Schulberg Building, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: The Building Seen In The Background In The Second Screen Shot Is Called The Redstone Building With The Camera Looking South)


Episode 3-8; And Now, A Word For Our Sponsor

(0:01)  The Grocery Store / Gelson's Market; 5877 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: The Grocery Store Has Been Remodeled Since The Episode Was Made)


Episode 3-11; Click

(0:10)  Football Practice / Still Searching for This Location

(0:13)  Greg Getting Injured Playing In A Football Game / John F. Kennedy High School; 11254 Gothic Avenue, Granada Hills


Episode 3-12; Getting Davy Jones

(0:16)  The Hotel Davy Jones Is Staying In / Wilshire Regent Condos; 10501 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles


Episode 3-13; The Not-So-Rose-Colored Glasses

(0:00)  Jan Riding Her Bike Home / Heading South N. Hudson Avenue And Then Turning Left On W. 1st Street, Los Angeles (Note: She Could Not Turn Left On 1st Street These Days As There Is Now A Dead End There)


Episode 3-16; Dough Re Mi

(0:00)  Mr. Dimsdale's Recording Studio / 190 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills (Note: This Building Currently Houses A Bank)


Episode 3-18; The Big Bet

(0:17)  The Drive-In Theater / Gilmore Drive-In; 6201 W. 3rd Street, Los Angeles (Note: This Complex Has All Been Removed And "The Grove" Now Sits On The Property With Nordstrom The Grove Sitting Where The Screen Was Located On The Southeast Corner Of The Property)


Episode 3-20; Sergeant Emma

(0:12)  The Brady's Jogging / Jogging South On N. June Street And Turning Left On W. 1st Street, Then They Are Seen Jogging North Up N. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 3-21; Cindy Brady Lady

(0:17)  Bobby Making A Deal With Tommy Jamison To See If He Will Pretend To Be Cindy's Secret Admirer / Paramount Studios Shulberg Building; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: They Are On The East Side Of The Building Which Is Just South Of Stage 5)


Episode 3-22; My Fair Opponent

(0:17)  Marcia Talking With Jan Outside Of School And Later Molly Walks Up To Marcia / Paramount Studios Lucy Park; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: The View Of The Second Screen Shot Has Changed So Much Because Of Bushes And Trees That It Is Almost Impossible To See That Door And Windows Now)


Season 4:


Episode 4-1 Through 4-3 Are All Filmed In Hawaii 

Check Out This Brady Bunch Page For The Hawaii Locations


Episode 4-4; Today, I Am A Freshman

(0:10)  Westdale High School / Paramount Studios; Production Park Lubitsch Building; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles
Thank You To Lindsay From I Am Not A Stalker For The Picture Of Westdale High.


Episode 4-5; Cyrano De Brady

(0:06)  Peter Outside Of His School Talking To A Girl That He Likes But He Makes A Mess Of Things Including Her / Paramount Studios; Lucy Park, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 4-7; The Show Must Go On

(0:17)  The Stage Where The Family Frolics Take Place / Paramount Studios; Lucy Rehearsal Hall; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: This Place No Longer Exists On The Lot)
Thank You To Lucy Kurtz Sutton Via Susan Olsen For This Info


Episode 4-10; Goodbye, Alice, Hello

(0:10)  Alice Visiting Kay's Apartment / Still Searching For This Location

(0:20)  The Cafe Where Alice Goes To Be A Waitress / Freeway Cafe; 3200 Cahuenga Blvd W, Los Angeles (Note: The Building Is No Longer An Eatery. It Has Since Been Remodeled And The Actual Number Used To Be 3222)
Thank You To Michael Delahaut For Finding And Figuring Out This Location


Episode 4-11; Greg's Triangle

(0:07)  Greg At The Beach With His Fake New Girlfriend / Sandy Beach Park; Oahu, Hawaii (Note: This Is A Picture Of The Blow Hole Rock Formation)


Episode 4-13; Love And The Older Man

(0:07)  The Medical Building Where Marcia's Favorite Dentist, Dr. Vogel, Works / 16260 Ventura Blvd, Encino


Episode 4-14; Law And Disorder

(0:01)  Bobby Leaving School As His Classmates Won't Talk To Him / Paramount Studios; Production Park Shulberg Building; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: In The First Screen Shot He Is On The East Side Of The Building And Ends Up On The North End Just South Of Stage 5)

(0:16)  Bobby Gets Stopped By Jill, On His Way Home, Asking For His Help In Rescuing Her Cat / Paramount Studios; Production Park Arzner Building; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: He Is Walking North On The East Side Of That Building)


Episode 4-16; Amateur Night

(0:21)  The Brady Kids Trying Out For A Verity Show / Metromedia Square; N. Van Ness Avenue And Fernwood Avenue Los Angeles (Note: This Was On The Northeast Corner And The Complex Was Torn Down Years Ago)


Episode 4-17; Bobby's Hero

(0:03)  Bobby's School / Still Searching For This Location


Episode 4-18; The Subject Was Noses

(0:01)  Marcia Being Asked Out By The School Jock / Paramount Studios; Production Park Schulberg Building; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: The Camera Is Looking West As Marcia Walks In Front Of The Stairs Which Is On The South End Of The Building. From There They Walk North Along The East Side Of The Building)

(0:24)  Charlie Complimenting Doug On A Great Game / Paramount Studios; Production Park Lubitsch Building; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: This Is On The West Side Of The Building Just To The Left Of The High School Main Entrance


Episode 4-19; How To Succeed In Business

(0:21)  Peter At The Park Feeding The Pigeons When His Parents Show Up Riding Brand New Bicycles / Paramount Studios; Lucy Park, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles

(0:24)  All Of The Brady's Riding Their Bikes / They Are Riding West On W. 1st Street As They Pass N. Hudson Avenue, Then They Turn Right And Go North On N. June Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 4-21; You're Never Too Old

(0:16)  The Brady Grandparents Meeting At The Park Via Cindy's Plan / Paramount Studios; Lucy Park, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Season 5:


Episode 5-2; Mail Order Hero

(0:12)  Exterior Of The Football Stadium / Rose Bowl; 1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena


Episode 5-3; Snow White And The Seven Brady's

(0:14)  Mr. Brady And Sam Go To The Market / Paramount Studios; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: This Building Has Since Been Remodeled As The Front Glass Is No Longer There. The Brick Side Is Still There And Is Located Almost Straight Across From The Tour Entrance)


Episode 5-5; Peter And The Wolf

(0:01)  Greg And Sandra Talking At School / Paramount Studios; Production Park Lubitsch Building; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: This Is On The West Side Of The Building Just To The Left Of The High School Main Entrance

(0:20)  The Pizza Place / Still Searching For This Location


Episode 5-7; Marcia Gets Creamed

(0:08)  Haskell's Ice Cream / 13701 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks


Episode 5-9; Quarterback Sneak

(0:01)  Marcia Hanging Up Some Posters / Paramount Studios; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: This Area Is Close To The Studio Tour Entrance And Most Of This Area Has Been Removed)


Episode 5-13; Miss Popularity

(0:09)  Jan And Peter Handing Out Fliers Outside Of School / Paramount Studios; Lucy Park, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Episode 5-14; Kelly's Kids

(0:09)  Dwayne And Steve Painting At The Playground When The Meet The Kelly's / Paramount Studios; Lucy Park, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles

(0:12)  The Kelly's Residence / Still Searching For This Location


Episode 5-15; The Driver's Seat

(0:10)  Marcia At The Department Of Motor Vehicles To Take Her Drivers Test / Paramount Studios; Just South Of The Bronson Gate, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: The Car Is Facing South And The Building In The First Screen Shot Is No Longer There)

(0:19)  The Driving Contest Between Marcia And Greg / N. Van Ness Avenue And Marathon Street Entrance To Paramount Studios; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Notice: There Is A Parking Garage On Part Of The Course Now. The Top Of The House Seen Behind The Wall Across The Street Is At 766 N. Van Ness Avenue. The Building Seen In The First Screen Shot At The Start And End Of The Course Is No Longer There. That View Is Looking West)


Episode 5-17; Welcome Aboard

(0:19)  The Brady Family Going To Tour A Movie Studio / Paramount Studios Bronson Gate; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles

(0:19)  The Brady's Outside Of The Wardrobe Building / Paramount Studios; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles

(0:20)  The Gang Get's To Make A Silent Movie On The Studio Backlot / Paramount Studios Brooklyn Street; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: This Whole Street Got Burned Down Back In The Early 1980's)


Episode 5-18; Two Petes In A Pod

(0:01)  Fillmore Junior High / Paramount Studios Lucy Park; 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: That Wall With Those Arches Are No Longer There)


Episode 5-22; The Hairbrained Scheme

(0:19)  The Plaza Where Greg Goes To Get The Orange Out Of His Hair / 4700 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey (Note: This Plaza Has Been Remodeled Since The Episode Was Made)

48 comments:

  1. You are the Man!! Sounds strange, but I was always curious about this subject. Do you know the address of the "Barry Williams home" that was filmed in "growing up Brady"? How in the world did you track this stuff down? Do you know someone from the original filming?

    Thanks,
    Jeff

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  2. Hi Jeff, sorry for the very late reply. I got lucky and got a tip from Mr. Lloyd Schwartz a couple of years ago and he helped me out with a couple of places but most of this info was just major research on my part. Thank you for the nice comments.

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  3. Fantastic site! Thank you for the thorough breakdown. I have been in search for these very locations!! I already found the location for Mike Brady's house from the pilot back in 2007. Had to squeeze it out of Lloyd Schwartz's sister. She is very nice. Now, from the Sergeant Emma episode, I knew they turned down N. June Street from 1st, but I didn't know what part of town they were in. And props to you for finding the location where Jan rides her bike in "Not-so Rose-Colored Glasses." Now, I would like to make a correction. I too got the info from Lloyd Schwartz about the location of Mike Brady's Architecture office. That was the old Beverly Hills Library, and actually there are pics of the building posted on Facebook by the most wonderful Alison Martino of Vintage Los Angeles. Lloyd told me the building existed on Little Santa Monica Blvd in Century City, but Alison gave me a different scoop. So I'm not sure anymore of its exact location. It was so great to stumble upon your site. It's fantastic. Please, if you're on Facebook, I run a page called "Brady House Historian," where I have posted in-depth virtual tour videos of the Dilling St. house and the entire set of the Brady Bunch, and I'd love to have you join in the dialogue. Lloyd Schwartz has been a wonderful contributor too. I've also posted the vids on Youtube as well. Have a wonderful day. ---Scott (Brady House Historian)

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  4. This is absolutely wonderful! I am such a fan of your site and of your work. - I met Marcia (Maureen) at the OutWrite Bookstore in Midtown Atlanta in Oct 2008! An absolute delight. - Thank you so much!
    Darrell Johnston
    Mobile, AL

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  5. Thank you for the info on the Mike Brady office building as I have now made the correction.

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  6. I was always curious about where these locations were and couldn't believe my luck to find your site. Thank you so much!
    Carol, Hannover, Germany.

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  7. This was really enjoyable. I too was always curious. Being from Los Angeles, I figured the house and neighborhood were somewhere in the San Fernando Valley, but didn't know exactly where.
    Thanks again!
    Jenell - Los Angeles, South Bay

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  8. Great site! I wish there were more information available. My favorite Brady blooper is in the 5th season episode "Peter and the Wolf." In the scene where Mike & Carol and the Mexican couple and Greg & Peter and their dates (separately) go to an Italian restaurant, they cut in some stock footage of a building with a high stoop that would be out of place anywhere in California. It was probably filmed in New York City.

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  9. The "Ghost Town" episode used the old Bonanza backlot set.

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  11. I love you fellow hoosier. I'm going on vacation next week to LA and can't wait to check out all of these. This must have taken you forever, I'm thankful for your hard work. I just found a handful of Remington Steele locations and that took forever. I'm adding a link from my website to your awesome blog soon. Check it out at www.bradybunchshrine.com

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  12. Awesome job Chas! Thanks for sharing. I grew up with the Brady Bunch and was always fasinated with their home and location. So many times I've driven through southern California but never knew exactly these spots. Again great job! BTW Im watching an episode as I type this lol. Season 3/episode 21, "Cindys secret admirer" lol.

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  13. Hey Chas, awesome site. I was just watching the Brady Bunch season 2 episode called Coming Out Party where Cindy and Carol are checked into the hospital to have their tonsils out. I was wondering where that hospital is/was. Would you happen to know? Thanks!

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    1. I have wondered that same thing myself, as it looks very similar to the hospital that my uncle was in back in the early '80's. That hospital was located in La Habra, but I cannot remember the name of it.

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  14. Always interesting to see the actual filming locations of areas that are "familiar" to you when you've seen them on screen time and time again. It's also interesting to note that many of those filming locations haven't changed too much in over 40 years.

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  15. What about the auditorium where the Bradys do the Marcia-Carol, Greg-Mike show. Was that in the Dixie Canyon Elementary School?

    Also what about the very large auditorium where Jan breaks down and confesses she did not get the top score on that essay? Which high school was that in?

    Finally the field where Greg takes those pictures of the cheerleader? Was that the same field where Deacon Jones was filmed?

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  16. This may have already been said. But if I am not mistaking the Ghost town looks just like the town "Sleepy Eye" on Little House on the Prarie. I know it's a set and I think it was used in the Dukes of Hazzard one of the early seasons.

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  17. Thank you so much for all of the info!! I'm such a Brady fan, and this site helped me out a lot!! I did visit the house, and the neighbors must have some sort of "sacred pact" not to discuss the house with anyone, because when I got out to take pictures, and spoke to some of the neighbors, they all told me they've never even heard of "The Brady Bunch!!" LOL!! Again, thank you so much....my next stop will be King's Island!!

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  18. Wow, this is totally cool! I'm a big Brady fan so it was interesting to read. Your research killed some of my hopes though that that ghost town was real. *Sigh*

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  19. I have the Brady Bunch collection on DVD & watch it over & over & over again, as a very old adult, I no longer have to listen to my parents say "Are you watching that AGAIN?" I live in Santa Monica & have a friend in the Larchmont area. We were leaving his house one day and came upon the entrance to Paramount Studios. After driving around that neighborhood I suspected much of the outdoor filming was in that vicinity. Your site confirmed it. Thank you for this information!! Sincerely, a VERY BIG BRADY Fan. PS. Christine Taylor, who played Marcia in the Brady movie is from my hometown or Allentown, PA.... six degrees of Brady separation...

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  20. Love this site!! I grew up with the Brady kids and am so thrilled that my daughter is too, thanks to the DVDs. We're from Iowa and took a trip to L.A./Hollywood last summer. As a child, I had always wondered where the Brady House was located and hoped to see it someday...my dream came true. What a thrill to stand on the sidewalk in front of the House with my daughter and get some awesome pictures. I still can't believe that I was actually there. So cool!!

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  21. I love brady bunch. I am an adult now.I still watch and know episodes by heart. My wish Is to meet them

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  22. me encanta esta página web y me encantaría conocer a los actores . He visto todos los capítulos y me han gustado mucho . Anque la serie fue grabada hace mucho tiempo aún se mantiené y se mantendrá dentro de mi corazón

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  23. You forgot about the episodes of the football games. They were footage of John F. Kennedy High School in Granada Hills.

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  24. Don't forget the facade of Sam's butcher shop was the old Weby's Bakery on Ventura near Savon just east of Laurel on the Northside. They did have the best cakes ever!

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    1. I soooo miss that deli and the way that part of town used to be.

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  25. Great!!!! I enjoyed every bit of the original Brady Bunch locations! Wonderful job ;)

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  26. Hello! :) I was just doing some research as to the cafe featured in the episode "Where Alice Goes to Be a Waitress". The location is now called 'Gala Thai', 3353 Barham Blvd., Los Angeles. I hope this helps your inquiry as well, Chas :) Great site, by the way!
    ~ Sarah

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  27. Nice site. I work as a location manger and scout and agree with your assessment that Gala Thai is probably not the Golden Spoon. One might argue it is about angles but i can't see that angle anywhere esp as it sits at a cross street. Also the roof line is not exact and the sidewalk is slightly smaller in the screen grab. If anything the road would have widened. My guess is it is probably gone as well. If you are still searching it probably resides on the south side of Ventura Blvd East of Laurel Canyon. Other establishing shot locations are nearby and the show was modeled after Studio City/Sherman Oaks. The hillside and power lines are similar. And many of the lower hillside homes were built in the years since the 70s. Good luck.

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  28. Which theme park was it they went to?

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  29. was the drive-in movie a real drive-in?

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  30. how about the ice cream parlor where Marcia, Peter & Jan worked?
    Or the Bike Shop, Peter worked at?

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  31. Hey thanks a lot for putting up all these photos.It is awesome!Brings back a lot of old memories for me as a kid when life still seemed so innocent.I love being able to see these old and recent filming locations.Keep up the great work! Mike

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    1. Thanks for the kind words. Loved the show while I was growing up. Cool to see where they went.

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  32. Hey Chas, thanks to your info on this website, I visited several of these locations as well as The Brady Bunch movie on a recent trip to LA. I also located Neil Prescott's house from A Very Brady Christmas and visited a few locations from The Bradys. You can check out the photos at http://rtrlocations.blogspot.com/p/home.html

    Great work on your website!

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  33. Very interesting post on different film locations. All the while I thought some of the movies are being shot using a blue/green screen, just like moving cars on the road via http://www.urgentessaywriting.com/research-paper-writing-service.

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  34. Man, I'm old. I'm 58-years-old and remember practically everything in the Brady universe. I'm glad I know where the Brady's house is. Do they have tours going through that neighborhood now?

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  35. Excellent work on the site. I also enjoyed reading the comments from all the Brady Bunch Fan-atics! Thanks for sharing.

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  36. Cool site. Being 47 I'm obviously a BB fan growing up in the 70s. My9 yo son is now a huge fan and trivia master. He has seen every episode at least 5 times. So glad he likes it!! So much better than any shows these days.

    The only movie trivia I can add is the Franklin reservoir where the camp trip was filmed is the same as The Andy Griffith Show "Myers Lake" in the opening credits as well as many other episodes filmed there. Being a HUGE fan of Andy Grifffith show I walked my son down same path, holding his hand as Andy Griffith did with Ron Howard in the opening credits! Cool stuff!

    Living in Bakersfield Ca we are about 100 miles north of Hollywood. I love going to filming locations. Although a lot of older show sets are gone, the Simi Valley where MASH and Little House Was filmed is an awesome site to visit. Although the Little House town, "Walnut Grove" burned years ago, you can still see a lot of familiar places. Also still some MASH jeeps and other props laying around our there. It's all right by the Reagon Library.

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    1. M.A.S.H. wasn't filmed in Simi Valley though, it was filmed on Crags Rd in the Malibu Creek State Park.

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  37. Memories of my childhood came back. Thanks everyone. I really wish we had more TV shows like the Brady bunch.

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  38. Alice's friend Kay's apartment building?

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  39. Great site! We're going to California in June and will go check out some of the places, thanks for all your research!

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  40. Always loved this show, I want to enter the contest to stay in the brady bunch house in December 2020.

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