celebrate the 40th Anniversary of an episode of 'The Brady Bunch' that was
filmed at Kings Island, stars from the show returned to the park on
Barry Williams (Greg Brady),
Christopher Knight (Peter Brady) and Susan Olsen (Cindy Brad) were at the park
to entertain park guests during four shows of singing, dancing and Brady Bunch
anecdotes. Williams, Knight and Olsen made themselves available to meet
fans, sign autographs and pose for photographs after each show.
The Brady Bunch filmed one of
its most popular episodes at Kings Island. The episode, called "The
Cincinnati Kids," was filmed at Kings Island August 20-24, 1973, the
second year the park was open.
In the episode, which first
aired November 23, 1973, Mike Brady, played by Robert Reed, takes the family
with him as he presents his architectural plans for a new addition to Kings
Island. The plans become inadvertently misplaced while the family is in
the park and a variety of comic situations evolve while recovering the
On Sunday, Barry Williams proved that he hasn't lost a step. Williams charmed an audience as he sang and danced with some eager volunteers. One
of those volunteers was Hannah Van Dyke.
an honorary Brady because I got up and danced," explained Van Dyke.
Brady trio kept the audience entertained with stories about their lives after
the Brady Bunch. Even though "The Cincinnati Kids" aired back in 1973,
Williams remembers it like it was yesterday.
feels great to be back. It doesn't feel like it was that far away," said
Williams. "The memories are still fresh."
Brady Bunch cast got to ride, once again, on the red Racer roller coaster. Aside
from enjoying the rides, the cast had a chance to meet and greet many adoring
fans who remember the Brady's from their youth.
brings back a lot of old memories growing up and coming up here 40 years so,"
explains Ben Dixon of Florence, Kentucky. "It brings you back to being a kid
Brady Bunch appearance was so successful, Kings Island officials say they are
considering having the cast back for a 45th reunion in 2018.