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Daily Chronicle, The
The Bradys' hometown newspaper. They publish the syndicated advice column Dear Libby and sponsor an annual "Father of the Year" contest. They also reward outstanding citizens with a plaque and $50 each month. [
1, 7, 22 ]


Daniel Boone Badge
Merit badge Marcia earns with Carol's help. [
8 ]


Darlene
Greg's classmate at Fillmore Junior High School. [
17 ]


David (Patrick Adiarte)
Honolulu resident who shows the Bradys and Alice around Oahu. He judges the surf contest Greg enters and leads the boys to Mr. Hanalei when they want to get rid of the tabu idol. [
72, 73 ]

David (to the boys): "I told you before, this whole island is full of these foolish old stories and superstitions."


Dear Libby (Jo deWinter)  
Syndicated newspaper advice column written by Elizabeth Carter. [ 1 ]


Deliveryman (Joe Conley)
Saucy deliveryman who flirts with Alice while dropping off Peter's toys from Driscoll Toy Shop, including a punching bag. [
22 ]


Dempsey, Mr.
Kings Island executive who, with Mr. Remington, is scheduled to receive Mike's plans for an addition to the amusement park. [
102 ]


Denton, Mrs.  
Marcia's English teacher at Fillmore Junior High School. When her student Paula Tardy adds the caption Mrs. Denton? Or a hippopotamus? to Marcia's pencil sketch of George Washington, Marcia is later forced to stay after school and has her slumber party temporarily canceled. [ 30, 32 ]


"Desperately Worried"
Marcia's pseudonym in a letter to the newspaper advice column Dear Libby. [
1 ]


Destruction Derby
Auto event Sam takes Alice to on a date. [
62 ]


Diane (Angela Satterwhite)
Peter's friend at Fillmore Junior High School who is asked to perform a solo at Jamboree Night by Mrs. Meredith after Peter writes about Diane's vocal talent in his newspaper column, the Whole Truth. In response, she invites Peter to a party. [
68 ]


Diary of a Madman
Nikolai Gogol's 19th-century novel about a lunatic who suspects that he alone is sane. Thackery, the clerk at Gilbert's Book Store, suggests it when Carol and Cindy enter the shop in search of Marcia's lost diary. [
24 ]


Diary of Michael Whittlesworth, The
Book suggested by Thackery, the clerk at Gilbert's Book Store, when Carol and Cindy enter the shop in search of Marcia's lost diary. [
24 ]


Diary of Samuel Pepys, The
Public servant Pepys' chronicle of life in 17th-century London. Thackery, the clerk at Gilbert's Book Store, suggests it when Carol and Cindy enter the shop in search of Marcia's lost diary. [
24 ]


Dickens, Mr. (Martin Ashe)  
Faculty member at Fillmore Junior High School who introduces the candidates for student body president. [ 13 ]


Dimsdale, Johnny
Peter's friend and the son of recording engineer Mr. Dimsdale. [
64 ]


Dimsdale, Mr. (John Wheeler)
Recording engineer who owns "the best recording studio in town," according to Greg. He charges the children a non-refundable fee of $150 in advance for the use of the studio, located in the Mercola Building. The father of Peter's friend Johnny Dimsdale, he informs Peter that "family groups" sell millions of records, motivating the children to form the Brady Six. [
64 ]

Mr. Dimsdale (to Carol and Alice): "The Brady Six is a great group."


Dittmeyers, The
The Bradys' next-door neighbors. The family includes daughters Carla, Nancy and Mary.


Dittmeyer, Carla
The Bradys' neighbor and a friend of Marcia and Jan. [
14 ]


Dittmeyer, Nancy
The Bradys' neighbor and a friend of Marcia and Jan. [
14 ]


Dittmeyer, Mary
The Bradys' neighbor who loses to Cindy for the role of the fairy princess in the Dixie Canyon Elementary School play. [
5 ]


Dixie Canyon Elementary School  
One of two grammar schools Cindy and Bobby attend. The other is Clinton Avenue Elementary School. [ 5 ]


DJF 314
License plate on Mike's Chrysler convertible.


"Donald"
Urbane character described as a "suave, hypnotic charmer" in a movie Peter studies to change his personality. He shares the scene with Clarette. [
54 ]


"Dove of Morning Light"
"Indian" name given to Jan by Chief Eagle Cloud during the Bradys' visit to the Grand Canyon. [
51 ]


"Down in the Mouth"
Peter's pseudonym in a letter to the newspaper advice column Dear Libby. [
1 ]


"Down in the Valley"
Campfire song the Bradys sing to Greg's guitar accompaniment during their stay at the Grand Canyon. [
51 ]


"Dragon Ladies"
Greg's derisive term for Marcia, Jan and Cindy after Mike forces the boys to haul several boxes of stored possessions to the girls' room. [
2 ]


Driscoll, Mr. (Pitt Herbert)  
Owner of Driscoll Toy Shop who alerts the Daily Chronicle after Peter saves Tina Spencer from a falling shelf in his store. [ 3, 22 ]


Driscoll Toy Shop
Retail store owned by Mr. Driscoll. Peter saves Tina Spencer from a loose shelf that nearly falls on her in the shop. [
3, 22 ]


Duggan, Harry (Jackie Coogan)
Shady motorist who takes Carol to small claims court after their cars collide in a grocery store parking lot. After promising Carol that each would pay for their own damages, Duggan visits the Bradys' and claims that his car had to be towed to a repair shop. He presents Mike and Carol with a bill for $295.11, saying his car needs a new taillight, new fender, new muffler, a new paint job and a frame realignment. He files suit when Mike refuses to pay, arriving in court with a phony neck brace. [
70 ]

Harry Duggan (to judge): "I started to back up very slowly when all of a sudden she came barreling out of her parking space and WHAM! BANG! -- ran right into me."


Duggan v. Brady
Small claims case arising out of Carol's automobile collision with Harry Duggan. Duggan seeks $295.11 worth of exaggerated repairs for his car but the judge rules in Carol's favor. [
70 ]


Duncan, Mr.
Director of Woodland Park. [
47 ]



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