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Apr 8, 2021

[Answer] 6. Technically, this singing family was made up of a single mother, three sons and two daughters. In reality, the only ones who recorded all the hit songs were the mother and eldest step-son...the rest were actors. Who were they?

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...1. The Partridge Family 2. The Electric Company 3. The Silver Platters 4. The Archies Through the TV show's three-year run, the 'group' released ten albums (including the obligatory Christmas special) and hit the music charts with 'I Think I Love You', 'I'll Meet You Halfway', 'Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted' and other singles. In reality, the singing came from the duo vocals of Shirley Jones and step-son David Cassidy. 'Siblings' Danny Bonaduce, Susan Dey, Suzanne Crough, Jeremy Gelbwaks and Brian Forster (the other Partridges) had nothing to do with the musical end of the show. While Cassidy was just starting out, Jones was already a music veteran who cut her teeth on movies like 'Oklahoma!', 'Carousel' and 'The Music Man'. The sitcom made Cassidy a teen idol through much of the decade. 'The Archies', based on the hit cartoon, was almost completely the work of one man (Ron Dante, who also voiced the equally-fictitious Cuff Links), 'Electric' was a long-time PBS show and the 'Silver Platters' was a pseudonym used by the Brady Bunch Kids in one episode.




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