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Mrs. Brady Singing That Old Black Magic Is The Weirdest, Wackiest, Most FAB Thing You'll See This Halloween!

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Looking back on the '70s can be SO SCARY!

But pretty faboosh at the same time!

Back in 1976, comedian Paul Lynde aired a Halloween Special on ABC that featured some of the campiest, over the top musical numbers in television history!

But during the days of disco, that was exactly what viewers wanted to see when they turned on the tube!

One special musical guest to drop by was Florence Henderson, who did a discorific version of That Old Black Magic live on air!

It is kitschy. It is outdated. And we absolutely LOVE it!!!

Maybe they should think about bring Mrs. Brady back to TV again this year!?

Want to see some retro Halloween musical magic?! Click PLAY above watch Flo steal the show!

FUN FACT: That witch who introduces her in the beginning is Margaret Hamilton, the original Wicked Witch of the West from Wizard of Oz!

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4 comments to “Mrs. Brady Singing That Old Black Magic Is The Weirdest, Wackiest, Most FAB Thing You'll See This Halloween!”



  1. 1

    Thanks for insultingly calling the greatest decade ever outdated.



  2. 2

    I remember him, he was funny, so was Jonathan Winters who has sadly passed on. So may great stars in those days, which is why I only watch TV when my PC is in for repair (which thank God has only happened twice in the four years I have owned it).

  3. This Guy says – reply to this


    3

    Hmmm,

    Tap dat?…

    Yup, do-able.

  4. @v@ says – reply to this


    4

    Lol @ continuous wa wa.