The famous 'Brady Bunch' house became more than just a tourist attraction Wednesday ... Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the North Hollywood home -- used for exterior shots during the show -- was broken into through a sliding glass door around PM by 2 men who ransacked the main floor.
Owners have said rarely does a day go by that they don't spot a tourist taking a photo or, better yet, knocking on the door to ensure they've got the right address (11222 Dilling Street, that is). Apparently, networks thoughts it was too crude to show a toilet on-air.In fact, it reportedly wasn't until 1971 that a toilet flush was even heard on air. The catchy, can't-get-it-out-of-your-head theme song was actually sung by the cast, not actual singers, after season one that is.We can't believe it's been 45 years today since it all began. 26, 1969.) You might still be watching re-runs but here are five things you probably never knew about the hit show: The forgotten middle-sister's oft-repeated cry might have had more truth in real life than you'd think.Cast member Susan Olsen, who played Cindy Brady, hinted in a 2013 interview, that the sibling rivalry was pretty real. We just don't see the two of them together," Olsen said in a 2013 interview with OWN.
The homeowner hasn't noticed anything of significance missing yet ... Before we fell in love with the Pritchetts and the Dunphys on "Modern Family," there was another family that stole our hearts in the early 1970s: The Bradys.