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Q) Who played the character H. R. Pufnstuf in the TV Series H. R. Pufnstuf?
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The H. R. Pufnstuf TV Series ~ Season 1 (September 6, 1969 - December 27, 1969)

1 "The Magic Path "
Jimmy and H.R. Pufnstuf infiltrate Witchiepoo's castle to rescue Judy Frog so that they can get directions to the Magic Path.
September 6, 1969

2 "The Wheely Bird"
Jimmy and H.R. Pufnstuf use a bird-shaped "Trojan Horse" as a ruse to enter Witchipoo's castle and recover Freddy from Witchiepoo.
September 13, 1969

3 "Show Biz Witch"
When shyster Ludicrous Lion convinces Jimmy that he has a super-duper pogo stick for sale that could bounce him home, H.R. Pufnstuf and Jimmy conduct a talent show to raise the money.
September 20, 1969

4 "The Mechanical Boy"
Witchiepoo puts a spell on Jimmy that turns him into a mechanical boy and commands him to acquire Freddy for her.
September 27, 1969

5 "The Stand In"
When H.R. Pufnstuf’s sister Shirley comes to Living Island to make a movie, Jimmy and Freddie get parts in it. Together, they hatch a plot to get Witchiepoo into the movie so that Jimmy can steal her Vroom Broom to escape.
October 4, 1969

6 "The Golden Key"
When Jimmy buys a map to the location of the Golden Key which unlocks the Golden Door (a secret way off of Living Island), Witchiepoo captures H.R. Pufnstuf and imprisons him in her dungeon diverting Jimmy from his escape.
October 11, 1969

7 "The Birthday Party"
Witchiepoo invites herself to Jimmy's surprise birthday party and steals Freddy by rendering the partygoers helpless with laughing gas.
October 18, 1969

8 "The Box Kite Kaper"
Jimmy and Freddy attempt to fly from Living Island in a giant box kite during a kite-flying contest.
October 25, 1969

9 "You Can't Have Your Cake"
Witchiepoo hides in a cake to steal Freddy.
November 1, 1969

10 "The Horse with the Golden Throat"
The Polka-Dotted Horse accidentally swallows Freddy causing a big catastrophe with Dr. Blinky, H.R. Pufnstuf, and Jimmy.
November 8, 1969

11 "Dinner for Two"
Jimmy and Freddy both age 70 years when the Clock Family's time machine malfunctions. Witchiepoo mistakes Jimmy for an old man and falls in love with him.
November 15, 1969

12 "Flute, Book and Candle"
Freddy gets turned into a mushroom by the touch of Witchiepoo's evil mushrooms.
November 22, 1969

13 "Tooth for a Tooth"
Disguised as a little girl, Witchiepoo visits Dr. Blinky about a bad tooth. But she breaks into fits of rage when the pain becomes too much forcing the doctor to calm her down via love potion.
November 29, 1969

14 "The Visiting Witch"
Witchiepoo receives a message from headquarters that the Boss Witch is coming to Living Island for an inspection. In a plot to impress the Boss Witch, she ends up kidnapping H.R. Pufnstuf.
December 6, 1969

15 "The Almost Election of Witchiepoo"
Witchiepoo runs for Mayor of Living Island challenging H.R. Pufnstuf.
December 13, 1969

16 "Whaddya Mean the Horse Gets the Girl?"
H.R. Pufnstuf's sister Shirley stars in a movie to raise money for Living Island's anti-witch fund.
December 20, 1969

17 "'Jimmy Who?"
Jimmy gets amnesia that Dr. Blinky and Witchiepoo take turns trying to cure with flashbacks.
December 27, 1969

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Verified Review by: Robert Torres from Toronto,Ontario,Canada on September 5, 2014

H.R. Pufnstuf may have lasted only 17 episodes, it may have come from the late 60's, and there may be a dozen other things that could be considered negative flaws about this show, but they only add to the infectious charm of this wonderfully orchaestrated live action cartoon.

I bought the complete DVD boxset for my fiancee's birthday recently, because I knew it would be something she would simply love and treasure for years to come. Some may think that the Kroft brothers did drugs in order to create the many zany and trippy programs they created over the years, but trust me, they didn't.

Are there druglike innuendoes and double-entendres placed visually and in the dialogue? well, that's really up to personal opinions and interpretations. But I digress.

This show is definitely worth owning, the dialogue can be a bit cringe-inducing at times but not overtly so, the puns and jokes can go from hilarious to Fozzie-like unBearability within the same episode, but everything is simply top=notch.

Jack Wild is awesome as Jimmy, he brings youthful energy and enthusiasm and seems to be enjoying himself wholeheartedly throughout the series. He is very convincing in his determination to get home or to rescue Freddy Flute from the witch, showcasing a great deal of courage and loyalty to his friends, Freddy, Puf, Dr. Blinky, etc.

Billie Hayes is simply excellent as Witchiepoo, she combines a playful lunacy with a menacing ruthlessness, wrapped up with perfect comedic timing, you can't help but laugh and love the ol' hag.

The costumes are simply marvelous, not just for Pufnstuf, but for everyone: Dr. Blinky, the Evil Trees (specially imported from Transylvania), Orson the Vulture, Seymour Spider, Cling & Clang (perfect examples of Keystone Cops), Judy Frog, etc.

There are even some very interesting moments within each episode. The show itself can be described as a 'Wizard of Oz' meets 'Puf the Magic Dragon', nowhere is this more evident than in the opening episode. Especially with a Magic Path looking very much like a Yellow Brick Road. Even Judy Frog is dressed and talks like Judy Garland (somewhat).

There is even an episode where a bunch of ants are holding up signs of protest with chants of 'Make Candy, Not War', this scene being somewhat reflective of the protests to the Vietnam war perhaps.

Jimmy does 'The Robot' long before it became a dance craze in 'Mechanical Boy', and in one episode a new dance is introduced called 'The Moonwalk' long before Michael Jackson would use the name for his own trademarked dance.

This is the perfect sort of show that can help lift your spirits when you're feeling down. Despite all of the bright and psychedelic colors utilized for this show, it certainly isn't candy-coated or in any ways babyish.

Let's hope more of the Krofft creations make it to DVD!

H.R. Pufnstuf TV Show Theme Song

(H.R. Pufnstuf TV Show Theme Song Lyrics writen by Les Szarvas, Paul Simon was credited after he sued The Krofts.)

H.R. Pufnstuf,
Who's your friend when things get rough?
H.R. Pufnstuf
Can't do a little cause he can't do enough.

Once upon a summertime
Just a dream from yesterday
A boy and his magic golden flute
Heard a boat from off the bay
"Come and play with me, Jimmy
Come and play with me.
And I will take you on a trip
Far across the sea."

But the boat belonged to a kooky old witch
Who had in mind the flute to snitch
From her Vroom Broom in the sky
She watched her plans materialize
She waved her wand
The beautiful boat was gone
The skies grew dark
The sea grew rough
And the boat sailed on and on and on and on and on and on.

But Pufnstuf was watching too
And knew exactly what to do
He saw the witch's boat attack
And as the boy was fighting back
He called his rescue racer crew
As often they'd rehearsed
And off to save the boy they flew
But who would get there first?

But now the boy had washed ashore
Puf arrived to save the day
Which made the witch so mad and sore
She shook her first and screamed away.

H.R. Pufnstuf,
Who's your friend when things get rough?
H.R. Pufnstuf
Can't do a little cause he can't do enough.

H.R. Pufnstuf,
Who's your friend when things get rough?
H.R. Pufnstuf
Can't do a little cause he can't do enough.

H.R. Pufnstuf TV Show Theme Song.
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A Total of 17 Full Episodes of H.R. Pufnstuf tv show episodes where made in 1969.

H.R. Pufnstuf is a children's television series produced by Sid and Marty Krofft in the United States. It was the first Krofft live-action, life-size puppet program.[1] The seventeen episodes were originally broadcast from September 6, 1969 to December 27, 1969. The broadcasts were successful enough that NBC kept it on the Saturday morning schedule until August 1972.

In 2004 and 2007, H.R. Pufnstuf was ranked #22 and #27 on TV Guide's Top Cult Shows Ever.

The Krofft brothers have responded in several interviews to popular beliefs that subtle recreational drug references exist in the show

Jack Wild – Jimmy / Billie Hayes – Wilhemina W. Witchiepoo

Sharon Baird Stupid Bat Lennie Weinrib Judy Frog Joan Gerber Shirley Pufnstuf Lady Boyd End credits vocals Joy Campbell Orson Vulture Lennie Weinrib Cling No voice Roberto Gamonet H.R. Pufnstuf Lennie Weinrib Angelo Rossitto Seymour Spider Walker Edmiston Clang No voice John Silver Dr. Blinky Walker Edmiston Ludicrous Lion Jerry Landon ? Jon Linton Scutter McKay Harry Monty Andy Ratoucheff Alarm Clock Lennie Weinrib Robin Roper ? Felix Silla Polka-Dotted Horse Lennie Weinrib

Voice characterizations
Lennie Weinrib – Bela Lugosi Tree, H.R. Pufnstuf, Dr. Blinky's Talking Book, Stupid Bat, Pop Lolly, West Wind
Walker Edmiston – Boris Karloff Tree, Dr. Blinky's Candle, East Wind, Grandfather Clock, North Wind, Redwood
Joan Gerber – Freddy the Flute, Grandmother Clock, Judy the Frog, South Wind

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