TV's favorite singing family hits the road and tops the charts once again with this video collection, highlighting guest appearances by the brightest stars of the 1960s, '70s, and beyond in three different episodes. "Soul Club" features Richard Pryor and an Afro-ed Louis Gossett Jr. as dashiki-clad Detroiters desperate to save their community club from a predatory loan shark. The plucky Partridges, of course, manage to save the day by filling in for absent Motown heroes the Temptations. There's dancing in the streets as Keith does his "Afro thing" and young Danny dons a beret as a member of the "Afro-American Cultural Society." In "A Man Called Snake," an alarmingly convincing Rob Reiner plays a softhearted biker who develops a crush on Laurie after Keith gives a misleading interview. Can the boys save their sister from Snake's affections...and does she really want to be saved? Finally, "I Left My Heart in Cincinnati" features brunette bombshell Mary Ann Mobley as an amusement park PR rep who unleashes an avalanche of puppy love from all the Partridge men...especially roller-coaster phobic Keith. This one features two full musical performances (eat your heart out, MTV!) and cameos by baseball legend Johnny Bench and the Banana Splits. --Grant Balfour
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