Brady Bunch font

The font that is used in the Brady Bunch tv show and associated logo is a typeface by the name of Brady Bunch Remastered. It was created in 1985 by the typographic design team at Insanitype.

This font is licensed as 100% Free, which is great news as it means that you can use it freely for both personal and commercial uses. The font uses a distinct cartoon look and feel to portray a fun and whimsical view that is synonymous with the original TV show. To view more details about this font, head over to this page on our website where you can view the full character map, as well as additional details. To download you free copy of this Brady Bunch font right now, click on the green Download button below.

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About The Brady Bunch

If you were into American sitcoms in the late 60s, then you would have been watching The Brady Bunch when it aired five seasons and a total of 117 episodes of the sitcom on ABC. The show tells the story of a blended family that quickly won the hearts of viewers all over the country. The Brady Bunch turned out to be more than just your average sitcom as it soon inspired the production of albums, singles, spin-offs, and sequels. The cast of the TV show featured 8 characters in total - 3 girls (Cindy Brady, Jan Brady and Marcia Brady), 3 boys (Bobby Brady, Peter Brady, and Greg Brady), the mother and father (Carol and Mike Brady), as well as Alice the housekeeper. Some of the most memorable recurring characters were Sam Franklin, who played the local butcher and boyfriend of Alice. Searson 5 was the final season and featured Cousin Oliver (played by Robbie Rist), who was Carol Brady's young cousin. As one of the most popular TV sitcoms of the 1970's, the Brady Bunch font used in the opening credits become one of the most widely recognized logos in modern television history.

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