H.R. Pufnstuf

Discussion in 'TV' started by kurdtkobain, Jan 20, 2005.

  1. kurdtkobain

    kurdtkobain Member

    Good show I tell you, good show. They were showing it on TV Land for about 5 months on the late night with Sid & Marty special, every friday night. I watched it every freaking friday, until they cancelled it:$ ...if any of you have seen it wat do you think about it?
     
  2. EllisDTripp

    EllisDTripp Green Secessionist

    I remember that show.

    I wonder what kind of stuff he was puffin?
     
  3. snelio37

    snelio37 Member

    that is some nuttiness right there. i was creeped it the first and only time i saw it.it was kinda funnt tho. " HR Pufnstuf, he's your friend when things get rough" psh. and the magic flute? c'mon people. witchie poo is cool.
     
  4. kurdtkobain

    kurdtkobain Member

    hahaha yea he probably was puffin a few things back in his day, I actually watched it so much that I noticed myself singing the opening song everytime it was on...:|haha
     
  5. HippyFreek2004

    HippyFreek2004 changed screen name

    I love pufnstuf! :D

    Holly
     
  6. kurdtkobain

    kurdtkobain Member

    the show or actually puffin stuff?? haha just curious
     
  7. exhibita

    exhibita Member

    I remember the TV show and the movie.


    Another childhood fave.
     
  8. mingodrake

    mingodrake Member

    I never saw the movie but loved the tv show as a kid it was on sat mornings I think. I bought out a comic store going out of buisness a few years ago and the only thing I kept for myself was the Ghostrider stuff and one h.r. puffinstuff comic.
     
  9. HippyFreek2004

    HippyFreek2004 changed screen name

    I loved the show, and the movie...the actual character kinda freaked me out.

    Holly
     
  10. kurdtkobain

    kurdtkobain Member

    What are your thoughts on Jimmie's magic flute?? Hahaha, I used to think Jack Wild(jimmie) was a girl until I saw him. The flute is genious, I wish I had one...
     
  11. shaggie

    shaggie Senior Member

    Pufnstuf always reminded me of the Wizard of Oz. There was the witch in both, and the flute was much like Dorothy's slippers.
     
  12. kurdtkobain

    kurdtkobain Member

    does anyone know what the flutes name was?? It's probably obvious but I forgot.
     
  13. MattInVegas

    MattInVegas John Denver Mega-Fan

    There was another show about the same time H.R. was on broadcast TV. It was "Lidsville". (I think that was the name.) About a town full of half people half HAT.
    It had Charles Nelson Riley as a Evil Wizard. That was freaky!
     
  14. I saw the show, but I thought of it as a bad acid trip most of the time.
     
  15. kurdtkobain

    kurdtkobain Member

    YESS I know the flutes name...its Freddy the Flute!!!
     
  16. urbangal

    urbangal Member

    No! You've got to say Freddy's name with a hardcore cockney accent!

    Witchpoo: Castle, castle on the moat-who's the loviest witch afloat?

    Castle: Noooottttt youuuuuuu, you old goat!

    I love it! H.R. Pufnstuf was my show when I was a kid. And Witchpoo! Wasn't she the living end??

    Just so you know, the entire show is out on DVD. Several of those old Sid/Marty shows are on DVD for the young/old nostalgics like myself.
     
  17. shaggie

    shaggie Senior Member

    I still say it was all a take-off on Wizard of Oz. :) Didn't they have talking trees in Pufnstuf too like Oz? Or maybe I was just on an acid trip and dreamed it up.
     
  18. kurdtkobain

    kurdtkobain Member

    FWEDDY...muwahaha he pronounced his r's like w's, like H.AW. Pufnstuf.
     
  19. shaggie

    shaggie Senior Member

    There was another show by Sid and Marty Croft about a boy who found this little green monster and tried to hide it from everyone. It looked like seaweed. Don't remember the name of that one. I wonder what type of weed Sid and Marty were smoking. :)
     

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