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Eight Is Enough: the Complete First Season
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Eight Is Enough: the Complete First Season

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The first season of Eight is Enough introduces Dick Van Patten in the role of Tom Bradford, a newspaper journalist, husband, and father to 8 children in all stages of youth. Whether it's potty training, phone etiquette, or bra burning, the Bradford patriarch has a knack for getting to the root of common family issues.

Overview

The first season of Eight is Enough introduces Dick Van Patten in the role of Tom Bradford, a newspaper journalist, husband, and father to 8 children in all stages of youth. Whether it's potty training, phone etiquette, or bra burning, the Bradford patriarch has a knack for getting to the root of common family issues.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/17/2012
UPC:
0883929157464
Rating:
NR
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Time:
7:20:00

Special Features

Eight Is Enough: A Heartwarming Cast Reunion

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Eight Is Enough: The Complete First Season
1. Never Try Eating Nectarines Since Juice May Dispense [:36]
1. Schussboomer [11:44]
1. Pieces Of Eight [9:57]
Disc #2 -- Eight Is Enough: The Complete First Season
1. Women, Ducks and The Domino Theory [1:42]
1. Turnabout [11:51]
1. Quarantine [12:57]
Disc #3 -- Eight Is Enough: The Complete First Season
1. V is for Vivian [2:00]
1. Hit and Run [10:55]
1. The Gipper Caper [8:40]

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Eight Is Enough: the Complete First Season 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
mxoc1 More than 1 year ago
Eight Is Enough was a nice, family friendly dramedy detailing the lives of the Bradford family in late 1970's Sacramento, California. Although a bit dated today, and the issues dealt with in the series appear quaint by todays' standards, it was an enjoyable and wholesome series that the entire famly could enjoy. Especially fun for those of us who grew up and were coming of age in the late '70's-early '80's. Hope that they release Season 2 to be sold at Barnes & Noble.