September 25, 1970 - September 7, 1974
ABC Situation Comedy - 96 Filmed Episodes


Shirley Partridge:   Shirley Jones
Keith Partridge:   David Cassidy
Laurie Partridge:   Susan Dey
Danny Partridge:   Danny Bonaduce
Tracy Partridge:   Suzanne Crough
Chris Partridge:   Jeremy Gelbwaks
  Brian Forster
Reuben Kinkade:   Dave Madden
Alan Kinkade, his nephew:   Alan Bursky
Ricky Stevens, neighbor boy:   Ricky Segall
Walter Renfrew, Shirley's dad:   Ray Bolger
  Jackie Coogan
Amanda Renfrew, Shirley's mom:   Rosemary DeCamp
The Family Dog:   Simone

698 Sycamore Road, San Pueblo, California, the residence
of a show-business Rock group, the Partridge Family:
Shirley, a widowed suburban mother with a houseful of
rambunctious kids: Keith, age 16; Laurie, 15; Danny,
the freckle-faced ten-year-old con man; Christopher,
7; and Tracy, 5. They set out in a wildly painted old
school bus to perform around the country. Stories
depicted their exploits on the road, and in their
California hometown. Reuben Kinkade was their fast-
talking, child-hating agent, and perpetual foil for
Danny. During the 1973-1974 season a neighbor's son,
4-year-old Ricky, joined the cast.

Shirley Jones and Stepson David Cassidy were the
only ones who actually sang on the show. The back-
ground vocals were done by John Bahler, Tom Bahler,
Jackie Ward, and Ron Hicklin. The Partridge Family
was loosely based on the experiences of real-life
popular recording family, The Cowsills.


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C'mon, Get Happy
By Michael Colavolpe and Jennifer Futch

David Cassidy
An Official Website

The I Love Susan Dey Website
By Lennon Parker

The Partridge Family
From The Museum of Broadcast Communications

The Partridge Family

Partridge Family Message Board
From Todd Fuller's Sitcoms Online

By Jane Remy & Ann Raymond

The Shirley Jones Home Page
By Janet Strauss

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