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Not the Bradys XXX
Directed by Will Ryder
Produced by Scott David, Jeff Mullen
Starring Aurora Snow
Leah Luv
Hillary Scott
Jasmine Byrne
Alana Evans
Paulina James
Veronique Vega
Ron Jeremy
Distributed by Larry Flynt Distribution
Release date(s) 09/18/2007
Language English

Not the Bradys XXX is an adult film spoof the popular family television show The Brady Bunch, produced by Hustler Video.

The producers David & Mullen have made their careers out of lampooning pop culture in an adult entertainment vein. Before Not the Bradys they set their spotlight on Britney Spears when they made the adult film Britney Rears.



Faced with financial difficulties at home due to slow business at his architectural firm, Mike and his wife Carol reluctantly tell the kids that the entire household will be on a budget for the next few months until business picks back up and the cash crisis ends. The kids get together and decide to help out by taking on odd jobs, holding car washes and pitching in wherever they can to help save the family house from bank foreclosure. Mayhem ensues especially when Marcia unwittingly applies for a job as a figure model and finds out she's about to star in an adult movie.


Not the Bradys got an unexpected boost of publicity due to the fact that its release date coincided with rumors that Brady Bunch actress Maureen McCormick admitted to a lesbian affair with co-star Eve Plumb in her memoir Here's the Story. Although the book's publisher says the rumor is unfounded, the timing couldn't have been better.[1]

Not the Bradys XXX eventually generated an impressive buzz and proved to be a top seller for Hustler Video. It gained critical raves from review states and was featured in many mainstream press outlets such as the New York Post, and the television program The Insider.[2]

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