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Sid & Marty Krofft's Saturday Morning Hits

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  • Format: Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: Nov. 30 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B003Q7B7HO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #38,085 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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This one goes under the guilty pleasures category. Some of it is downright cringeworthy, but there is undeniable nostalgia for those of us of a certain age who watched these shows way back when. I think what I admire about some of these Krofft productions is the over the top performances of actors like Billie Hayes and Martha Raye, the clever costuming and the creative ways that these programs were pulled off, one after the other, on what seems to be a miniscule budget, with unabashedly campy performances and that sense of "make believe" that comes naturally to children. These actors were really working with next to nothing but a crazy concept and cheap props, but I think it was enough for their target audience. The four stars does not stand for high proudction values, because there really aren't any in evidence, but more for the sheer audaciousness of the Krofft brothers for promoting this kooky stuff and for the simple magic they offered during a much simpler time for kids. Hey, HR Pufnstuf is so out there that it would probably make a wild movie if a worthy studio got behind it. If you have a tolerance for Land of the Lost, Shazam and Isis, then you really ought to pick this little collection up for the sake of posterity.
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90 of 100 people found the following review helpful
Hopefully not Rhino Re-do's of the Same Episodes Nov. 6 2010
By HH - Published on
Shockingly Amazon hasn't listed what's on this dvd, so here it is:

"Includes the Best Episodes of 7 Classic Shows!" 154-minute DVD is said to include the following content:

* This nostalgic collection features the most beloved episodes of such all time favorites as:
o H.R Pufnstuf
o Lidsville
o Sigmund the Sea Monster
o Bugaloos
o Electra Woman & Dyna Girl
o Wonderbug
o Bigfoot & Wild Boy
* Bonus Features:
o All new interviews with Marty Krofft and stars of their most popular shows!
o Never before seen pilot episode of first Krofft production!
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Sid and Marty Krofft 's Saturday Morning Hits Nov. 28 2012
By carrollhollis - Published on
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Sid and Marty Krofft's Saturday Morning Hits. This DVD contains episodes each from - HR Pufnstuf: Show Biz Witch, Bugaloos: Great Voice Robbery, Sigmund and the Sea Monsters: Make Room For Daddy, Lidsville: Mark and the Beanstalk, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl: Ali Baba parts 1 and 2, Wonderbug: Go West Young Schelpcar and Schelpnapped, BigFoot and Wildboy: Space Prisoner.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
70's Saturday Morning Classics Dec 9 2014
By Mark J. House - Published on
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H.R. Pufnstuf, Bugaloos, Lidsville, Sigmund & the Sea Monsters, Wonderbug, Bigfoot & Wildboy, and Electrawoman & Dynagirl are all included in this Krofft Supershow collection! The Krofts have produced family shows for over 50 years and became a Saturday morning mainstay in the 1970's with live action cartoons. Filmation was their number one competitor with shows like Ark 2, Space Academy, and Shazam with Isis(the comic book hero, not the terrorist group) thrown in for good measure. The Kroffts aimed more at the younger groups of kids from 4-12 years old while Filmation aimed at teenagers with teaching morals and presenting them with more adult challenges like minor crime(trespassing, theft, etc.) and survival skills(forest, etc.). Filmation had the advantage in special effects and Star Wars used one of their sets from Space Academy(the white colored hallways seen on Leia's ship when Vader boarded it on A New Hope). Although the Kroffts did not have that level of a budget, they were out to entertain little kids, not teens. I feel that both parties/companies did an OUTSTANDING job with the age groups they targeted and there are kids these days that watch Ark 2, Space Academy, and Secrets of Isis and love it and ask me why they stopped making them/it! I am begging Hollywood to bring back Filmation, if not both Filmation and the Krofft Supershow, maybe with only minor upgrades. Filmation would need only more modern colorization due to it's clearly large budget for back then. The Krofft Supershow would probably want to get rid of Lidsville but keep the rest. For the teens that watched Electrawoman & Dynagirl they got a treat. These two women were H...O...T! Isis(Joanna Cameron) from Filmation was my first crush! You get the idea. If you like family friendly stuff that will not skullwash your child, then you want this. Or maybe you just want a "blast from the past?" Go for it!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Brings back memories March 10 2013
By The Dabbling Mum - Published on
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Oh my was Dyna Girl and Electra Woman dorky... and yet, I remember liking the show as a kid... maybe it was simply because they were female heroines.

This little compilation is a fun look at earlier times, and a cheap walk down memory lane. My husband and I laughed so much and yet were quite impressed with how well HR Puff 'n Stuff and the Bugaloos held up.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Crazy and fun July 24 2013
By Gordon - Published on
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You may have remembered this fondly as a child, but, as an adult, you will be shocked at how strange it is. It's not a bad thing, just something to be prepared for. And maybe a reason to pick it up for yourself!

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