I wonder what I'll be if I grow up.
This might be what's wrong with me. I loved THIS show.
Sid & Marty Krofft were the bomb. I think they had a permanent IV of liquid LSD running through their veins, though. This episode looks like a biography of Zamfir's childhood. The whole show is like a Canadian/European version of The Muppets. Caroline, "I'm OK, You're OK."
No doubt those guys were tripping when they did this show. I also loved "Electro Woman and Dyna Girl" along with "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters." And "Land of the the Lost" ruled.
I enjoyed Wonderbug, The Lost Saucer (with Jim Nabors and Ruth Buzzi), and Far Out Space Nuts (with a graying Bob Denver).
I have never even heard of that show, but Mary Evelyne heard me listening to it and came and watched. She was mesmerised.
Last night on "My Name is Earl," Randy had a dream sequence that featured H.R. Pufnstuf. Hilarious timing.
Mike's favorite was Land of the Lost. I saw that little monkey guy on a show recently, it might have been 30 Rock. This got us into looking up Speed Racer and Ultra Man. Talk about low production value, Rob Bell would be horrified that we ingested this stuff.
UltraMan is awesome. That show used to be on Channel 17 very early in the mornings before they showed the Our Gang shows and The Three Stooges episodes. Speed Racer was great too. Not sure how the live-action version of that is going to look though. http://speedracerthemovie.warnerbros.com/
Ok - although a definite product of the early 70's - I do not recall this little gem. However, I was taking note that the words on the credits looked exactly like the Brady Bunch writing - must have been cutting edge Font in those days. The ending reminded me of the Partridge Family. Land of the Lost had no point. I do remember that much.
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