The Partridge Family

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The Partridge Family is an American musical sitcom starring Shirley Jones and featuring David Cassidy. Jones plays a widowed mother, and Cassidy plays the oldest of her five children who embark on a music career. It ran from September 25, 1970, until... read more
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The Partridge Family is an American musical sitcom starring Shirley Jones and featuring David Cassidy. Jones plays a widowed mother, and Cassidy plays the oldest of her five children who embark on a music career. It ran from September 25, 1970, until March 23, 1974, on the ABC network as part of a Friday-night lineup, and had subsequent runs in syndication. The family was loosely based on the real-life musical family the Cowsills, a popular band in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Original Release

09/25/1970 on ABC

US Release

09/25/1970

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Cast

Shirley Jones Shirley Partridge
Susan Dey Laurie Partridge
David Cassidy Keith Partridge
Danny Bonaduce Danny Partridge
Suzanne Crough Tracy Partridge
Dave Madden Reuben Kincaid
Brian Forster Christopher 'Chris' Partridge
Jeremy Gelbwaks Christopher 'Chris' Partridge
Rick Segall Ricky Stevens
Gary Dubin Punky Lazaar
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Hate Thy Neighbor Saturday, 15 September 1973
2 None But the Onely Saturday, 22 September 1973
3 Beethoven, Brahms and Partridge Saturday, 29 September 1973
4 The Strike-Out King Saturday, 06 October 1973
5 Reuben Kincaid Lives Saturday, 13 October 1973
6 Double Trouble Saturday, 20 October 1973
7 The Last of Howard Saturday, 27 October 1973
8 The Diplomat Saturday, 03 November 1973
9 Heartbreak Keith Saturday, 10 November 1973
10 A Day of Honesty Saturday, 17 November 1973
11 Al in the Family Saturday, 24 November 1973
12 Maid in San Pueblo Saturday, 08 December 1973
13 Art for Mom's Sake Saturday, 12 January 1974
14 Two for the Show Saturday, 19 January 1974
15 Danny Drops Out Saturday, 26 January 1974
16 Queen for a Minute Saturday, 02 February 1974
17 Danny Converts Saturday, 09 February 1974
18 Miss Partridge, Teacher Saturday, 23 February 1974
19 Keith and Lauriebelle Saturday, 02 March 1974
20 Morning Becomes Electric Saturday, 09 March 1974
21 Pin It on Danny Saturday, 16 March 1974
22 ...---... (S.O.S.) Saturday, 23 March 1974
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Directors

Richard Kinon, E.W. Swackhamer, Bob Claver, Ralph Senensky, Charles R. Rondeau, Lou Antonio, Jerry London, Herb Wallerstein, Peter Baldwin, Roger Duchowny, Harry Falk, Mel Swope, Claudio Guzmán, Russ Mayberry, Jerry Paris, Paul Junger Witt, Lee Philips, Ross Bowman, Alan Rafkin, Bruce Bilson, Jerrold Bernstein, Christopher Morgan, Ernest A. Losso, Paton Price, Herbert Kenwith, Jerome Courtland, Earl Bellamy

Writers

Dale McRaven, William Bickley, Gordon Mitchell, Lloyd Turner, Bernard Slade, Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant, Michael Leeson, Steve Zacharias, Susan Harris, Steven Pritzker, Martin Cohan, Ron Friedman, Susan Silver, Richard De Roy, Coslough Johnson, Art Baer, Ben Joelson, Peggy Chantler Dick, Martin Ragaway, Bob Rodgers, Harry Dolan, Alan Mandel, Stan Cutler, Skip Webster, Paul Lichtman, William J. Keenan, Bernie Kahn, Peter Meyerson, Bill Manhoff, John Wilder, James S. Henerson, Harry Winkler, Charlotte Brown, Charles Shyer, Martin Donovan, Howard Storm, George Tibbles, Dennis Klein

Creators

Bernard Slade

Cast

Shirley Jones Shirley Partridge
Susan Dey Laurie Partridge
David Cassidy Keith Partridge
Danny Bonaduce Danny Partridge
Suzanne Crough Tracy Partridge
Dave Madden Reuben Kincaid
Brian Forster Christopher 'Chris' Partridge
Jeremy Gelbwaks Christopher 'Chris' Partridge
Rick Segall Ricky Stevens
Gary Dubin Punky Lazaar
Rosemary DeCamp Grandma Amanda Renfrew
Elaine Giftos Bonnie Kleinschmidt
Yvonne Wilder Waitress
Martin Speer Engineer
Bruce Kimmel Richard Whipple
George Holmes Audience Member
Gerald Hiken Dr. Bernie Applebaum
Bert Convy Richard Lawrence
Tony Regan Audience Member
Ray Bolger Grandpa Fred Renfrew

Producers

Editors

Norman Wallerstein, Bernard Balmuth, Fred Baratta, Howard Angus, M. Pam Blumenthal

1973 Golden Globe Best Supporting Actress - Television Nominated
1972 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1972 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1971 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1971 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical Nominated
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