Back in the 1970s, legions of screaming teenage fans would have loved to rip the clothes off of "Partridge Family" heartthrob David Cassidy. But come May 18, they'll be glad they didn't, because Cassidy will be auctioning off some of his beloved 1970s'-era stage costumes and some personal items in the hope of raising money for the Alzheimer's Association of America. He and Julien's Auctions executive director Martin Nolan joined TODAY's Savannah Guthrie and Natalie Morales Thursday to talk about the outfits -- and Cassidy's personal connection to the charity.
Friday, March 29, 2013
The "Partridge Family's" David Cassidy is auctioning off costumes to Alzheimer's Charity after his mother's passing.
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