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Brady Bunch, The - Window Going Up
On the episode of the Brady Bunch when Mike and Carol get married, Tiger is in the car. When he tries to open the window to get out, he puts his paw to the button that opens the window like it was a button you could push. But you push it to open and close the main window or you have to turn the crank to open and close the vent or wing window. That's the way it was on the same kind of car that my parents owned when we were little. We found that if you turned on the 4-way flashers, radio, and then pushed the button the the windows would go up or down with each interval of the flashers being on. Doing it that way required no key to open the windows. Hey we were bored while mom shopped for hours on a Saturday morning.
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Anonymous on 05-09-2001
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Stephen Breuer writes:
That's interesting but you saw that on Nick at Nites TV rewinds didn't you?
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Ray writes:
Yes, but did your car have a crank as well? On this car, there was a window crank visible. So apparently, this car had a perfect windows that could be opened by pressing a button or turning a crank.
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Heidi Prickett writes:
First of all, I think that this "slip up" was featured on TV Lands Classic Rewind. As soon as they aired it, they said that countless viewers wrote and even the car company itself wrote to them. The car was a 1968 Dodge Polara 500, which at the time came with both options of either power windows or a manual door crank. And to Bekki, they commented on your comment also, about how the power windows could go up and down with the ignition off. Dodge said that was how the car model operated, that the ignition didn't have to be turned on for the power windows to work. And who has to be bored to watch the Brady Bunch?
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RonJLow writes:
Are you claiming we didn't have power windows in the good old days? Nonsense. Our '72 Caprice had them and a dog could definitely operate them by accident. Or are you saying you can see the interior of the car and it has crank windows, then suddenly has power windows?
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Bekki writes:
When it comes to power windows, they don't work when the engine is shut off and in the scene where TIger was stepping on the power button to lower the window, since no one was in the car, the car had to be shut off..so how could a power window work when the car is shut off?
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