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Lloyd J. Schwartz was the associate producer and director of The Brady Bunch. After The Brady Bunch, Lloyd served as a writer/producer of various television shows, including Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, What’s Happening!!, and Three’s Company. He also wrote and produced the stage musical A Very Brady Musical, which debuted in Los Angeles in 2008. Schwartz lives in Los Angeles, California.
All Brady Bunch fans must get a copy of this book by Sherwood & Lloyd Schwartz.
The chapters are too short, there are stories that go untold and overall the book is filled with white space to make it seem longer than it really is.
There was a lot of "inside" information about what it was like behind the scenes.
Love reading the perspective of the creators and writers! Every Brady fan will thrive on the details behind every scene!!Published 3 hours ago by Monica everett
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Sherwood and Lloyd Schwartz give a different perspective of the story, but it is refreshing to hear them tell it.Published 4 months ago by Conrad7107
Wonderful book. Loved reading all the inside information on things that took place behind the scenes. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I grew up watching this tv show as a kid. Back in those days, comedy dialogue was understandable. Today, there isn't much to read or watch on tv that is interesting to the older... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bon Jovi Fan
I bought this book after re-watching some Brady Bunch episodes. Honestly, this book is nothing special. It's actually pretty boring. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mary
You're obviously not expecting high art when you read a book about the Brady Bunch, nor are you expecting anything to change your life. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Picky Reader/Writer
This Brady memoir is told by the father/son team who produced the show. It contains some interesting details told from their perspective. Read morePublished 14 months ago by E.Dickenson
Great book, just starting to read it. Maybe not as interesting as the Barry Williams version but I like it.Published 18 months ago by GeriZ