H.R. Pufnstuf

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NBC (ended 1971)

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  • A boy named Jimmy and his magicial flute named Freddie, decide to get on a magic talking boat that promises to take him on an adventure.......and his adventures begin as well as his attempts to get back home.

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    This classic series begins with Jimmy, a young English boy (Jack Wild of Oliver fame), playing near the edge of a river with his magical talking gold flute, Freddie (or Fweddie, as Jimmy called him).
    While at the edge of the river Jimmy climbs aboard a boat that beckons to him. As it drifts out to sea, an evil witch named Witchiepoo, seeking Freddie to add to her collection of magical possessions, casts a spell and makes the boat turn into an evil boat which attacks Jimmy (who then jumps overboard to save himself).
    Swimming to the shore of Living Island, Jimmy is rescued by its mayor, H R Pufnstuf and his Rescue Ranger crew (Kling and Klang) before Witchiepoo can get her hands on the boy or the magic flute. They befriend the Jimmy sheltering and protecting him from the kooky old witch.
    Everything on Living Island is alive. Books have faces, houses sneeze and trees can talk, not to mention the regular citizens who all look like an animal of some sort. Dr Blinky is an Owl, Ludicrous is a Lion and Judy Frog is; well she's a frog and the only character I didn’t like as a child.
    And then there is the evil Witchiepoo (played by the great Billie Hayes). She continually tries to satisfy her obsession for the talking flute with the aid of her goofy henchmen Orson, Seymore, Dumb and Stupid and her motorized broomstick, called the Vroom Broom.
    Each episode involves Jimmy attempting to escape from the island with the help of Pufnstuf and his friends, with flute intact of course.
    H.R. Pufnstuf was created by Sid and Marty Krofft, and was also revealed as pro-pot psychedelia!
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