The Partridge Family 3 Seasons 1973

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Season 3
(77) IMDb 7.5/10

25. Me And My Shadow TV-NR CC

The Partridge Family attend a lecture by Mike Rezo, a famous mystery writer. After the lecture, they meet him, and the discussion leads to the fact that everyone but Rezo feels that his stories are more fantasy than true to life. Rezo believes that, using human nature and logic, anything is possible. In order to prove his point, Rezo offers the Partridges a deal they can't refuse. He will give them a two-hour head start and then begin looking for them; if he can't locate them within 24 hours, he will donate $25,000 to their favorite charity.

Starring:
Shirley Jones, David Cassidy
Runtime:
26 minutes
Original air date:
March 30, 1973

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Season 3

Product Details

Genres Music, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Jerry London
Starring Shirley Jones, David Cassidy
Supporting actors Susan Dey, Danny Bonaduce, Brian Forster, Suzanne Crough, Dave Madden, Richard Schaal, Martin Speer, Bruce Kimmel, Susan Neher
Season year 1973
Network Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Producers Bob Claver, Larry Rosen, Mel Swope
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

I hope season 4 is released very soon!
KIMBERLY SNIPES
I love The Partridge Family a lot since I grew up watching the show when I was a kid.
Meagin Pazooki
The color and sound quality is great and these DVD's are well worth the money spent.
Garry A. Baker

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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By TJ Tropea on October 15, 2008
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I'm a Partridge Family fan from when it first aired. I had every album, knew every word to every song, watched every night.. had the neighbors in our garage with the record player and tennis racket for guitars, boxes and cans and chopsticks for my drums, the banana seat on my bike as a keyboard, and a real tamborine as we all played with the Partridges AS the Partridge Family, singing to imaginary crowds or garage rehersals.. for hours on end.

I have to disagree. The FIRST season was the BEST! (Jeremy Gelbwaks was a better Chris Partridge. Had more and better lines). However... owning Season 3 and hopefully soon Season 4 to complete my Partridge Family Collection would be the a dream come true.

No, it did not go to a 5th season, and I totally agree... I hope it doesn't take as long to release the final.. season 4.. Would be nice if they include some interviews with the cast.. (including Jeremy). Would be nice to see HOW they recorded the music scenes for the show... (Pads over the drums and keyboards). Maybe even include the "This Is Your Life" on Shirley Jones, as well as include the HORRIBLE NEW PARTRIDGE FAMILY pilot they did in 2005. (It was better than The Partridge Family AD cartoon).

Would also be nice if they released another CD with more unreleased songs on it too as a set.

RM1 TJ Tropea
US Navy Retired
Severn, Maryland
USNS SIRIUS T-AFS 8
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By T. Forster on February 1, 2010
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Bring back this kind of TV and maybe kids would be different! I love this show not just for David Cassidy but its entertaining. Many out there I know are not fans of this but at leaset it is good clean humour and the whole family can watch it unlike many of the shows on TV today. My twenty year old daughter loves it as much as I do. And you have to admit David Cassidy is sucha spunk. I also like the way he is with his step mother Shirley Jones I think this series made them closer. Great family viewing.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By S. Acree on August 19, 2008
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The Partridge Family's third season was definitely among this series' best: the characters had gelled; the plotlines were solid (and more hilarious than ever!); and the music, like its prime audience, was maturing. I LOVE this season, and this show (can you tell? LOL), and CAN HARDLY WAIT TILL ITS RELEASE THIS FALL!!! I know this is a bit belated on my part, but THANKS SONY!! And I hope all we PF fans can all look forward to the series FINAL Season in the not-too-distant future as well! Thanks again to everyone responsible for making this happen!!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lauren H. Lavine on January 15, 2009
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This show ended way too soon. It was a shame that David couldn't do more. The show all day and the recording studio all night were too much for the 23 year old. I simply loved it though. I was a little girl then and David Cassidy was the HOTTEST Guy around back in a time when innocence was still innocence. The casting was dead on. Shirley was great as the Mother. Being David's Stepmother only helped. The comedy as times was hokey, but a funny hokey. The music was actually good. Danny Bonaduce was the funniest young actor I'd ever seen at my young age and even still that way today. Susan Dey was gorgeous, witty and could truly act even though she had only modeled until two years ago when this first aired. Dave Madden and Danny were made to act together. They could have play Vaudeville when it was around. That's exactly how their humorous sparing came across. They were an act within an act. The kids were good for very young children. Shirley was the star but David Cassidy was the cherry on top. He came from an acting family and picked up his well earned whit from his father Jack. He was as cute as can be, a very talented comedian and a voice like silk. He could play guitar although they wouldn't let him except in the pilot. I like most young girl pinned up his pictures, read about him in Teen Magazine and dreamed about him at night. All that aside he was and still is a very talented man. His comedic timing outdid his Dad's. He and Susan had great chemistry as brother and sister and you knew that if they hadn't been cast that way they would have made a wonderful television couple. The whole group fit together like a true family. I'm really looking forward to reliving my early years when Season four comes out, what a pit there was no five etc...Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth J Gandy on February 6, 2014
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I just ordered this dvd Iam really pleased to be living my childhood over again. Season 3 is a must for any Partridge Family fan as I had the lunch box, books, and watched it when I was a kid and now as an adult the joy is back again. Great tv show that I missed for years will consider season 4 in the future as I watched the first two seasons with my ex boyfriend. Love!!!!!!!!! Come on get happy Iam all over again!!!!!!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chrijeff VINE VOICE on January 5, 2013
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"Somethin' always happens whenever we're together," sings Keith Partridge (David Cassidy) in the opening theme, and truer words were never spoken. If this third season had a theme, it would be that the Law of Unexpected Consequences is alive and well. From Danny's (Danny Bonaduce) resolve to lose weight, which leads to a bet with manager Reuben Kincaid (Dave Madden) that he can stick to his diet longer than Reuben can lay off cigarettes, to Shirley's (Shirley Jones) off-and-on decision to sell their house and move on to something bigger, to Keith's endangering the family's summer tour because he's flunking (of all things) sex education (although to do him justice, the course he's taking is very technical, not like the kind of "plumbing manual" many Baby Boomers remember), to Laurie's (Susan Dey) insistence that her big brother become politically aware, which leads not only to his volunteering for her candidate but to the widowed candidate (Bert Convy) and Shirley becoming an item, to the return of Shirley's unconventional parents (Ray Bolger, Rosemary Forsyth), things always seem to lead to other things. Yet the series also finds time to address important issues: Laurie is accused of stealing a vital math test and faces a trial before a jury of her peers, but refuses to turn in the friend who really did the deed; Danny falls to the temptation of shoplifting a yo-yo and descends into a morass of self-hate that leads him to refuse to share in the family's "Citizen of the Year" award. As always, the family (even Danny, who's 12 now and discovering love) is attractive and the music clean and pleasant, and the popular series retains its momentum and its special style.
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