The Osmonds Live

The Osmonds shot to fame in the 1970s with a clean-cut appeal born out of their Mormon roots, falling in among other family-centric musical acts such as The Jackson 5 and The Cowsills. In this rousing live performance filmed in 1972, the six brothers sing through their biggest hits, including "Puppy Love," "Sweet and Innocent," "One Bad Apple," "Hold Her Tight," "Too Young," "Crazy Horses" and "Down by the Lazy River."

Inside The Osmonds 2001

The story of the personal lives and professional careers of the show-business family The Osmonds, and how the stresses and strains of their careers and the turbulent '70s and '80s affected their relationships with each other and their families.