Pufnstuf”, “The Bugaloos,” “Lidsville”, “Land Of The Lost”, “Sigmund & the Sea Monsters,” “Pryor’s Place” (starring Richard Pryor),  “Far Out Space Nuts,” “Lost Saucer,” “The Krofft Supershow,” “Wonderbug and Bigfoot,” “Electra Woman & Dyna Girl,” and “Bigfoot & Wildboy.”. Brothers Sid & Marty Krofft have been producing quality family entertainment for more than 50 years. [1] The team also dominated the arena of celebrity music/variety programs during the period. In 1969, the Kroffts were approached by NBC to create their own Saturday Morning Children’s Series. They are largely known for a unique brand of fantasy programs, often featuring large-headed puppets, high-concept plots, and largely use of low-budget special effects. By the time he was a teenager Sid was a show business veteran, able to strike out on his own and join the Ringling Brothers Circus sideshow. Hanna Barbara approached the Kroffts to help create the “Banana Splits” for Hanna Barbara and NBC. Address Follies” series, produced and created the “Donny & Marie Show” “The Brady Hour” and “Barbara Mandrell & the Mandrell Sisters”, all of which were audience favorites and remained in the top 10. Peter put all of his efforts into training and promoting Sid. Read More Sid & Marty Krofft Receive Lifetime Achievement Award May 7, 2018. Now, as Sid & Marty celebrate their “Golden Anniversary”, along with H.R. It was a success! They realized that for what they wanted to do, for Sid’s vision, they needed a company of their own. Their vision was to take puppets out of realm of strictly children’s entertainment and build a slightly risqué adult-oriented puppet show called “Les Poupees De Paris”, loosely based on the cabarets of Paris. They were creative directors for Six Flags and produced live shows in parks across America before they embarked on their television career. But Sid wanted to be more than just an opening act. The Krofft’s produced a series of live shows entitled “Comedy Kings” for the Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. They were important figures in children's television and variety show programs in the U.S., particularly throughout the 1970s and early 1980s. The show traveled throughout the United States — from the Seattle World’s Fair, to New York Worlds Fair playing to millions people across the country. They were creative directors for Six Flags and produced live shows in parks across America before they embarked on their television career. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that puppeteers/producers Sid & Marty Krofft will be honored with the 2,687th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday, February 13, at 11:30 a.m. PST. All Rights Reserved. Enter Marty. For primetime they createdthe satirical and funny “D.C.