Well who DIDN'T have a Partridge Family lunchbox in the 70's? Actually, I didn't. This is a very special Christmas gift that I received a few years back & the second photo (below) is the back. To the right are the two Thermos' bottles that were available. I'm told that the plastic one, to the left, is the most valuable of the two.
A magazine that lists over 100 celebrities that should not sing!
Danny Bonaduce got the dubious honor of being placed on the front cover of this collection. The lady in the photo looks a lot like a young Shirley Jones! However, Shirley would never be placed in a book like this!
Send a nostalgic mini-birthday-card from the '70s! Print out this page, cut and fold.
The original show premiered on September 25th 1970 and ran until August of 1974 The covers shown below are the first two issues of The Official Partridge Family Magazine.
The first issue hit the stands in December of 1970, followed quickly by the second issue that went on sale on January the 19th of '71.
TV Guide generated a review of The Partridge Family.
After the regular series ended in '74, there was a cartoon version that was presented on ABC from September 1974 to 1975. The Partridge Family, 2200 A.D.had other actors do the voices of Shirley, David and Susan. Danny, Brian and Suzanne did do their own voice-over work for their characters
In 1979, Shirley also ventured in a TV series of her own. The series “SHIRLEY” aired for one season on NBC.
The New Partridge Family
In 2004 VH1 ran a six-episode series “In Search of the Partridge Family.” The show was formatted as a contest where eight contestants battled it out for each Partridge Family iconic character: Keith, Laurie, Shirley, Danny, Chris, and Tracy. At the conclusion of the talent search series, the winning contestants were whisked away to start filming for the The New Partridge Family, also on VH1. Only one episode was aired.