Land of The Lost wasn't a Kroftt show I got into so much, but it was one of the first shows that introduced me to them.
I remember the sleestaks scared the hell out of my sister when we were little, surprisingly I wasn't scared 😂
In fact I thought they were really cool, and I remember I really liked Chakka 😂 I thought he was cute for a little monkey boy 😂❤
Aww, Jimmy and his adorable peace sign ✌❤
Also does anybody know HOW those Freddy puppets worked?
Like I know several were made but I still can't wrap my head around the ones that the lips moved.
🌟 Sid Krofft caught wondering if I am a real threat or just a starstruck Sigmund Superfan 🌟
Swipe for my favorite pics of one of my favorite nights last year...
🌟 Opening night of the ‘Krofft Super Art Show’ at La La Land Gallery - Aug 2017
1. Me & Sid Krofft - I ran into him and my head exploded with glee! I was telling him how much Sigmund from Sigmund & The Sea Monsters means to me and how I wore a Sea Monster-style dress special for the night. I may have been a bit over-enthusiastic about it.
2. The reason I was there...My dear friend @thedonnymiller had his fantastic Dyna Girl piece in the show! Go check out his stuff, not only is he an amazing artist & true friend, he's also a delightful human!
3. Me & @cryptid_nature with @kiiarens glorious Sleestak. I am one-quarter Sleestak so this was an important moment for me & my ancestors.
4. A nicer one of me & Sid Krofft once I composed myself.
5. Me, my kinfolk & Donny with his Dyna Girl! ✨
6. My favorite piece in the show - Sigmund by @fuzzyvisionrecords - Sid Krofft told me he was the one that bought it! I thought about dueling him for it but then realized it should be his....
7. Witchypoo by @matthewebone This was incredible in real life, my picture does not do this painting justice at all!
8. Me mocking my kinfolk for being only one-eighth Sleestak. ✨
Child Actor Jack Wild (30 September 1952 – 1 March 2006) was an English actor and singer, best known for his debut role as the Artful Dodger in Oliver!, (1968) for which he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor as well as Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations. Wild is also known for his roles as Jimmy in the NBC children's television series H.R. Pufnstuf (1969) and in the accompanying 1970 feature film as well as Much the Miller's Son in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991). He was discovered while playing football with his brother in the park by theatrical agent June Collins, mother of Phil Collins. Collins enrolled both Jack and Arthur at the Barbara Speake Stage School, an independent school in Acton in West London. The Wild brothers sought acting roles to supplement their parents' income and, in the autumn of 1964, both were cast in a West End theatre production of Lionel Bart's Oliver!, Arthur in the title role, and Jack as a member of Fagin's gang, Charley Bates. Although Jack auditioned as The Artful Dodger for several subsequent stage productions of Oliver!, he was always turned down because he was too short. He stayed with the show until the spring of 1966, when he left to make the film serial Danny the Dragon for the Children's Film Foundation. He was chosen to portray the Artful Dodger for the 1968 movie version of Oliver! At the time of his death, Wild and his second wife, Claire Harding, had been working on his autobiography. It was completed by Claire, who explained: 'All the material was there when Jack died, it just needed rearranging, editing, and, in certain sections, writing out from transcripts Jack and I made as we recorded him talking about his life.' The book, It's a Dodger's Life was finally published in 2016 by Fantom Films with a foreword by Pufnstuf co-star Billie Hayes, an afterword by Clive Francis, and an epilogue by Claire Harding. #jackwild#childactor#artfuldodger#oliver#olivertwist#film#television#singer#hrpufnstuf#jimmy#flute#goldenflute#witchiepoo#sidandmartykrofft#thepiedpiper#author#autobiography#book