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Brady Bunch, The - House Changes
On a shot of the Brady house the upstairs is shown to be on the left side of the front door but on the inside the upstairs seems to be on the right.
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Anonymous on 04-27-2001
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caladon writes:
In point of fact, the house used as the Brady home doesn't have a second story at all. The crew just added a false window to the front of the house.
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Princess Jayme writes:
the upstairs always looked to be on the left to me. But outside the house looks like a one to two story one, not a house that would have 3 bedrooms AND an attic.
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punkyb writes:
OK! The house they used to tape the outside of the show is a split-level home. The inside is not a house at all. It is a set. I know it does not make sense. They can do it though...they make the bucks, we just watch the show. email me, i can answer more questions about this...I'm a Brady Bunch buff.
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Bloopers1 writes:
Having lived in a split level home growing up, it does not make sense to me that the T.V. show home has so much space. Not to mention the fact the the stairway is a full stairway and not a half stairway that a true split level home would have. And the stairs are to the right of the front door inside. But then, I've always been a stickler for the little details.
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MeandJustinB writes:
Pretty stupid of them. Obvious, too.
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