Inside the saga of ‘The Brady Bunch’ and all the drama behind the scenes

[post_page_title]Credit where credit’s due[/post_page_title]

One of the most enduring elements of ‘The Brady Bunch’ is the opening credits, showing the Brady family arranged in separate squares on the screen. However, what people may not know is that this was actually a recently developed and somewhat revolutionary filming effect.

Credit where credit’s due

The effect, known as the ‘multi-dynamic image technique’ was developed in 1967 by filmmaker Christopher Chapman – who first employed it in his 1967 film ‘A Place to Stand’. Due to its well-known use in the show, the technique became colloquially known as the ‘Brady Bunch Effect’.

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