Those polyester-clad Brady's are back, still deeply entrenched in the styles and mores of the 1970s, in this sequel to 1995's THE BRADY BUNCH MOVIE. Carol Brady's (Shelley Long) presumed-dead husband Roy (Tim Matheson) re-appears and is taken in by the loving family. What they don't know is that Roy is actually a deadly imposter, who wants a carved horse owned by the Bradys -- that unbeknownst to them is worth millions. Will Roy ever get his hands on that artifact? Or will the blissfully clueless Bradys kill him with kindness instead?
Arlene Sanford - Director/"Brady Sequel"
Tim Matheson - Actor/director, ANIMAL HOUSE
Jennifer Elise Cox - Actress/"Brady Bunch"
Christopher Daniel Barnes - American Teen Actor
C. D. Barnes - American Teen Actor
Gary Cole - American TV/Film Actor
Zsa Zsa Gabor - Supporting Actress
Shelley Long - American Film and Television Actress, CHEERS
Barbara Eden - American Actress; I DREAM OF JEANNIE
Barbara Huffman - American Actress; I DREAM OF JEANNIE
Barbara Jean Moorehead - American Actress; I DREAM OF JEANNIE
Rosie O'Donnell - Actress/Comedian/Talk Show Host
Olivia Hack - American actor/voice actor, THE BRADY BUNCH MOVIE/AVATAR...
Christine Taylor - American Actress/Showdown
Paul Sutera - Actor/"Brady Bunch Movie"
Jesse Lee - Child/Teen Actor
Released theatrically in the USA Augsut 23, 1996. Color by Deluxe; in Panavision widescreen. Soundtrack available on Angel Records in the USA and on EMI Records outside the USA. Additional credit: Kelliann Ladd (co-producer). Copyright 1996 Paramount Pictures.
"...The original cast members re-create their squeaky-clean sitcom counterparts with unwavering 'have-a-nice-day' enthusiasm..." - 08/23/1996 USA Today, p.8D
"...Shrewd care...has once again been taken to evoke the look and tone....[The acting is] startlingly good..." - 09/06/1996 Entertainment Weekly, p.57
"...The returning Brady actors understand the shtick perfectly....Matheson is a welcome screen return..." - 08/19/1996 Variety
"...As the plot thickens, and does it ever, A VERY BRADY SEQUEL cheerfully skirts the gulf between the innocence of the Brady's and the hazards of contemporary life..." - 08/23/1996 Chicago Sun-Times, p.39