Here Come The Brides opening theme
WOW. Joan Blodell in one of the last things she ever did.
Absolutely LOVED this show, the music and the opening visuals. Was madly in love with Jason Bolt.
It’s funny how you even saved that old 1955 TV to show this show’s theme. LOL
Wow… I loved it!!!!!
Yes, this takes me back to Friday nights at 7pm, when I would be babysitting. We’d make popcorn and then go sit in front of the TV to watch the show. I bet some of those kids I babysat are Bobby Sherman fans too! Great memories!
This was a good show.Unfortunately,when CBS put up a juggernaut named Glen Campbell in the same time slot,its ratings plummeted.
@RockyMissouri I don’t think he hosted it but he was on a lot. Remember “Hullabaloo”? How about the Dick Clark show “Where the action is”? Tommy Roe used to guest on that a lot. I guess I’m showing my age.
Didn’t Bobby host Shindig?? I had the biggest crush on him…!
makes me want to watch the show all over again
Here come the brides did have words, the title was sung by Bobby Sherman.
It’s not your imagination.
They just don’t have the words in this introduction.
This show has only 2 seasons, they released season 1 on dvd years ago.
I don’t know why they haven’t released season 2 on dvd.
I believe it was released by Sony.
@adelquilts hehe … and I was in love with Candy…
@snootpelt – The shows you mentioned sure beats the CRAP on TV now!
The New Establishment
Omg. Joan blondell was in it? Where is the song? “the bluest skies you’ll ever see in Seattle… ” must be the 2nd season.
Soooo much better WITHOUT the lyric’s! LOVE IT!
Thanks for this. I was about 12 when this show was on and was in love (like most girls at that time) with Bobby Sherman. This sure bought back a lot of memories.
Search for “Dvideon”, and you will find the version with vocals. This comment section does not allow
a link to the web address.
What happened to the words? I recall it having words. I know the words. Have I gone mad? Oh God…
Oh snap! So Starsky was in HCTB?? Shizzawalizza, bizza!!!!
yes,bobby Sherman sang “Seattle” is also on you tube
OMG!!! I have been searching for this. Thank you so much for posting it. Brought back such memories – none of my friends knew what I was talking about. Now, am I absolutely crazy…or did this theme opener have words – like “The bluest skies I’ve ever seen…In Seattle…etc…”???
Good grief……we’re talking , what…….1970, here?
LOL Gotta be darn close to 40 years ago. I had vague memories of this opening theme song on TV when I was about 6 years old. This show must’ve only lasted two seasons, at best.
Thanks desertboi84. I was eating at a restaurant (1979, No Hollywood) when Susan and a girlfriend came in. After they were seated, Susan, in her Biddie voice, started to tell her friend a story, with gestures and emphasis. The friend, already laughing uncontrollably, begged her to stop. But Susan kept on, and one by one everyone in the restaurant started to laugh, until the entire restaurant was laughing. I was crying I was laughing so hard. Whatever funny is, the ladys got it.
The second season credits are/were re-shot & do/did include a ‘biddy & clancey” billing!