Centraal in Growing Pains staat het dagelijks leven van de familie Seaver in Long Island, die bestaat uit Jason en Maggie Seaver en hun kinderen Mike, Carol, Ben en Chrissy. In de serie is Jason werkzaam als psychiater. Zijn praktijk is aan huis, terwijl zijn vrouw Maggie pains PDF journalist buiten de deur werkt bij de ‘Long Island Herald’.
Un beau-livre objet de 128 pages présente 50 pains différents. Chaque pain est accompagné de sa recette et d’une photo le mettant en scène dans un univers lié au continent dont il est originaire. Un livret de 64 pages délivre des conseils pratiques (achat, conservation, utilisation) et reprend les 50 recettes pour les avoir toujours sous la main.
De eerste aflevering werd uitgezonden op 24 september 1985, de laatste op 25 april 1992. Er werden in totaal 166 afleveringen gemaakt. In Nederland werd Growing Pains vanaf 1985 door de AVRO uitgezonden. Deze pagina is voor het laatst bewerkt op 22 nov 2016 om 00:09.
Gelijk delen, er kunnen aanvullende voorwaarden van toepassing zijn. Zie de gebruiksvoorwaarden voor meer informatie. Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the US television series. Growing Pains is an American television sitcom that aired on ABC from September 24, 1985, to April 25, 1992. The show ran for seven seasons, consisting of 166 episodes.
The Seaver family resides at 15 Robin Hood Lane in Huntington, Long Island, New York. Often mentioned but rarely seen are the Seavers’ next door neighbors the Koosmans – an obvious reference to the 1969 Miracle Mets. This section does not cite any sources. The season one main opening features various works of art and vintage photography depicting family life, closing with a shot of the cast. The opening credits from seasons two through five features an opening shot of the cast in front of the Seaver house exterior. This is followed by a series of photos of each cast member from their childhood onward ending with a clip from the show.
The credits closed with another shot of the cast in front of the Seaver house before they all run inside. Starting in the fourth season, several different versions of the opening sequence were filmed. The opening used in seasons six and seven featured opening and shot of the mantle on the Seavers’ fireplace panning over photos of the cast. The photos of the cast from childhood remained but instead of clips from the show, current still photos were used.
Some versions of these credits end with another shot of the mantle while others close with a montage of group shots from the same family photo shoot which the current photos used in the rest of the credits come from. Halloween-themed version not sung by Thomas or Warnes used in a two-part Halloween episode in 1990. Warnes version was used starting in season five. There was also an a cappella version of the song which was used for all of season six, but this version was abandoned for most of season seven in favor of the reinstatement of Thomas’ and Warnes’ duet version, although the a cappella theme returned for three episodes as well as the series finale. A full-length version by Thomas and Springfield was released as a single in 1988.
A soundtrack was released in 1988 titled Steve Dorff and Friends: Growing Pains and Other Hit TV Themes. This Is The Day » performed by B. 7 on the Billboard AC chart. Another version of « As Long As We Got Each Other » was performed by Louise Mandrell and Eric Carmen in 1988.