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Still, he wasn't happy with the way he heard he was portrayed in "C'mon Get Happy." "Maybe that was Danny's take. "I mean, I was the only person who called Danny Bonaduce when he got busted about seven, eight years ago and offered him a job when he was in jail. Maybe it was the network trying to diminish me knowing that NBC was doing a movie. "I think he was embarrassed about it because he knew what ABC's intention was and he knew why they did it." PLAYING DAVID CASSIDY: Cassidy admits he wasn't really aware of Andrew Kavovit before the 26-year-old actor was cast to play him in the TV movie -- casting that Cassidy himself approved -- but he's now one of his biggest fans. I spent quite a bit of time hanging out with him," he said.
And there are even some similarities in their backgrounds.
“I had no doubts at all about playing Shirley Partridge,” Jones writes.
“First, because she was destined to become the first working mother on TV and I loved the script.
If it hadn’t been canceled, I would have been happy to carry on playing Shirley Partridge for another four years,” Jones, 79, writes in the book.
When Farrah Fawcett joined an episode “everyone noticed what a great looker she was and predicted she would go on to be a big star,” Jones says.
Both grew up in and around New York City, and both experienced fame at a young age. I think he showed great bravery as an actor." Particularly in concert scenes that required Kavovit to look as if he was actually singing and playing the guitar.