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Sherwood Schwartz' Most Memorable TV Clips

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Even if you aren't familiar with Sherwood Schwartz' alliterative name, you most assuredly know his body of work: he's responsible for the creation of The Brady Bunch and Gilligan's Island. He was apparently working on a Gilligan movie when he passed away at the age of 94 today. He also worked on My Favorite Martian, Harper Valley PTA and The Red Skelton Hour. To honor Schwartz and his career, the Hollywood Reporter has posted some of the best clips from the shows he worked on. See the famous Marcia, Marcia, Marcia clip from The Brady Bunch above.

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Sherwood Schwartz was a wonderful person who was so full of life.
He cared about every person he came in contact with and never forgot them.
He was a loving family man and friend.
Sherwood's talent was amazing and what he did and created gave millions of people joy and memories.
He will be missed, but always loved.

George Vreeland Hill
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"Even if you aren’t familiar with Sherwood Schwartz’ alliterative name, you most assuredly know his body of work"

Hardly. Although I've heard the names of the Brady Bunch and Gilligan's Island, I have never seen either and know nothing about them. Perhaps US popular culture isn't nearly as pervasive as you think?
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We all know Mike had a phone in his den and we would've heard the phone ring--especially if Carol could hear Marcia and Jan arguing all the way upstairs!Apparently, Marcia is the insecure one...lying about being editor...bet she even bought those awards second hand! lol
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