The musicals had a good, happy feeling, saying that the world is a better place. They say it's not reality, but who cares? There's too much reality these days.
There's always someone to tell you you have to. Wrong. Don't. Rather, spend time finding out who you really are. Work on being more of that. A lot better than the futile gotta change treadmill, which never really ends.
We can't negate television. Unfortunately, I do feel in many ways that it did kill my movie career. It did do that. But would I not do it again? Do I have any regrets about doing it? No.
It was a wonderful time [making The Partridge Family] and I loved every minute of it. We had a great executive producer who was in tune with all of us . . . We had an incredible rapport and I think that's what made us successful.
After I won the Oscar, my salary doubled, my friends tripled, my children became more popular at school, my butcher made a pass at me, and my maid hit me up for a raise
Let it dry. It's very messy.
We went through eight classes. I haven't bought bacon or sausage (since).
I think Marty was really surprised. He had been complaining all day that nobody had called about his birthday.
What can I do? I call and call, and no one will take me.
I feel very fortunate to have been associated with people such as Rodgers and Hammerstein. I think they were geniuses of their time.
I wanted some family structure and stability, and that's what The Partridge Family afforded me, not only financially but in the fact that I could be at home with my kids.
I had done 25 motion pictures prior to The Partridge Family and nobody knew my name.
We assume that celebrities have it easy and so love to watch them having to endure a bit of hardship.
I'm a fan of Jerome Kern and Gershwin. That's my kind of music.