Mike Lookinland

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VIDEO: Times of Change

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Times of Change
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Length: 49:00
Aired: 9/19/1977

When Charles gets the opportunity to visit Chicago on business, he hopes to turn it into a romantic getaway for him and Caroline, but he ends up escorting Mary, who longs to visit her fiancé John. watch

VIDEO: Times of Change [HD]

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Times of Change [HD]
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Length: 49:00
Aired: 9/19/1977

When Charles gets the opportunity to visit Chicago on business, he hopes to turn it into a romantic getaway for him and Caroline, but he ends up escorting Mary, who longs to visit her fiancé John. watch

VIDEO: Little House on the Prairie: Times of Change

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Little House on the Prairie: Times of Change
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Length: 48:44
Aired: 9/19/1977

When Charles gets the opportunity to visit Chicago on business, he hopes to turn it into a romantic getaway for him and Caroline, but he ends up escorting Mary, who longs to visit her fiancé John. As father and daughter navigate a city that is very different from their simplistic Walnut Grove, unexpected revelations are on the way for both of them. watch

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Online Exclusive: How a Man Named Brady Met His Wife
How the Man Who Played Bobby Brady Escaped Alcoholism
The Brady Bunch Reunion On The Talk: Florence Henderson Turns 80 And The Cast Looks Back
Flashback Friday Alert! Florence Henderson Gets The Sweetest Surprise From The Brady Kids For Her 80th Birthday Thanks To The Ta

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Credits

Year Title Description
2007 TV Land Awards TV Show Series, Appearing
2004 Still Brady After All These Years TV Show Series, Remarks by
2004 Brady Bunch 35th Anniversary Marathon TV Show Series, Actor - Bobby Brady
2003 Dickie Roberts Movie, Actor - Himself
1994 The Gambler 5 Movie, Actor - Bosun

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News

Exclusive: The Talk Celebrates Florence Henderson 's Birthday With Brady Bunch Reunion

Here's the story of a lovely lady! The great Florence Henderson turns 80 on Valentine's Day and the CBS Daytime hit The Talk will get a jump on the festivities with an hour devoted to the actress and her classic 1970s sitcom, The Brady Bunch. Airing Thursday, Feb. 13 (2 p.m./ET, 1 p.m. CT/PT), the special episode will reunite Henderson, who played mama Carol Brady, with costars Christopher Knight (Peter), Mike Lookinland (Bobby), Susan Olsen (Cindy) and Barry Williams (Greg). Ann B. Davis (Alice) and Eve Plumb will deliver special videotaped messages to mark Henderson's milestone.

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CBS Developing Brady Bunch Reboot with Vince Vaughn

One of television's most famous families may be returning!

CBS is developing a reboot of The Brady Bunch produced by Vince Vaughn, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

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Brady Boy Behind the Camera


As Brady Bunch devotees will recall, Bobby Brady grew up to become a race-car driver. But Mike Lookinland, the actor who played the youngest Brady boy, went racing down a different career path. After toying with the ideas of being a chemical engineer or an architect, Lookinland returned to the film industry, only this time behind the camera. He's currently the first assistant cameraman on the hit WB show Everwood.

"Where I am now is the pinnacle of the path I started on about 15 years ago," says Lookinland. "When I got back into the film business after college, I started out as a production assistant. At first I was working my way up toward joining the DGA [Directors Guild of America], but one day it occurred to me that assistant directing is mostly political and organizational, whereas assistant camera is mostly technical. I realized that in the long term, technical appealed to me over political. So I have been doing camera ever since."

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