TV Series created by Marty Krofft
Pryor's Place (1984)
Pryor's Place featured a cast of puppets, hanging out and having fun in a friendly inner city environment along with several children and characters portrayed by Pryor himself. However, Pryor's Place frequently dealt with more sobering issues than the series it so closely resembled.
Richard Pryor tells educational stories of his youth at a special urban neighborhood.
The Brady Bunch Hour
Carol and the kids convince Mike to quit his job so they can all host their own comedy-variety show.
Far Out Space Nuts (1975)
Sid and Marty Krofft's Far Out Space Nuts was a children's television series which starred Bob Denver as Junior, a dim-witted yet uniquely clever maintenance worker employed by NASA, and Chuck McCann as Barney, his grumpy, short-tempered co-worker. Patty Maloney played Honk, a furry friend who made honking sound instead of speaking.
Land of the Lost
Rick Marshall and his children Will and Holly were on a weekend expedition rafting trough a river when an enourmous earthquake diverts them to an eclectic alien world inhabited by dinosaurs, chimpanzee-like cavemen called Pakuni, and aggressive, humanoid creatures called Sleestak.
Sigmund and the Sea Monsters
Two beachcombing brothers, Johnny and Scott, find a friendly little sea monster that was kicked out of the cave by his monster family because he doesn't want to scare anyone. The boys hide Sigmund in their clubhouse located behind their house. But their nosy housekeeper and Sigmund's mean brothers keep the boys teetering on the brink of disaster.
The Bugaloos (1970)
The Bugaloos are a rock-n-roll band with bug wings who live in a magical forest. Benita Bizarre wants to put an end to their goody-goody behavior, and tries to capture and/or destroy them with the help of her henchthings Woofer and Tweeter.
H.R. Pufnstuf is the story of Jimmy, a boy with a talking golden flute, whose adventure begins when he climbs into an abandoned sailboat on the shore of a lake. But it is Witchiepoo's trick to capture the boy to get his magic flute. He and the flute are rescued by a kindly dragon named H.R. Pufnstuf on Living Island where almost everything talks. All would be happy-what with dancing trees, singing frogs and a lollipop that owns a candy store-if it wasn't for that mean ol' Witchiepoo who keeps coming after the flute.
The show involves a boy (Mark) who goes to see Merlo the Magician at Six Flags over Texas. He is so interested by what the hat can do, he decides to sneak back-stage to find out the secret. When it starts to grow, he climbs on the brim and falls in. After a nightmarish trip through the hat, he lands in Lidsville, the land of living hats. Every kind of hat is there. There is an opera hat, which is a top hat with huge side-burns. There is a cowboy hat that looks like the old twinkie mascot, and many more. There is also Hoo-Doo and the bad hats. To help Mark out is Weenie the Genie (Billie Hayes in a good guy role). But Hoo-Doo shook her up so much, her magic constantly goes wrong.