Can you name all these characters from H.R. Pufnstuf?

For this quiz, you likely can't do a little if you can't do enough.

Did H.R. Pufnstuf rescue you from less imaginative children's shows when it debuted in 1969?

Although it ran for just a season, its extremely colorful characters left a big impression on anyone who got lured into Puf's magic island.

Think you can name some of the most frequent faces you watched on this Sid and Marty Krofft classic? We bet only Seventies kids will score 10/12 or better!
  1. This young boy gets lured away in an enchanted boat:
  2. Fortunately the boy has this magic flute on hand:
  3. She's the show's central villain, who rides around on her rocket-powered Vroom Broom:
  4. These anthropomorphic trees could be found where the witch lives. What were they commonly referred to as?
  5. This scientist heads H.R. Pufnstuf's "Anti-Smog, Pollution, and Witch Committee":
  6. These guys show up to help H.R. Pufnstuf rescue the boy:
  7. This spider was Witchiepoo's henchman and occasional hairdresser:
  8. Friend to H.R. Pufnstuf and the island's resident entertainer:
  9. You couldn't always trust this peddler to be honest, but he was on the Good Guys' side:
  10. This vulture was the witch's favorite henchman and frequent co-pilot:
  11. This horse worked for the lion peddler and had a pretty straightforward name:
  12. H.R. Pufnstuf had a sister! What's her name?

Can you name all these characters from H.R. Pufnstuf?

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Amalthea 6 months ago
11/12. Blew it on the trees; but, although I did have to dig through my memory, WAS from memory.
VaughnBaskin 12 months ago
Happy 50th Birthday to Mayor H.R. Pufnstuf!
MrBill 12 months ago
9/12; not too bad considering I have not seen the show since I originally watched it on Saturday mornings in the early 70's.
EllisClevenger 12 months ago
You got 9 out of 12
Oh no! The skies grew dark, the sea grew rough and the boat sailed on and on and on and on and on and on (specifically away from the late Sixties/early Seventies).
Missed #4, #8, and #9.
I'm so upset that I missed #9.
The answer was soooo OBVIOUS.
Amalthea EllisClevenger 6 months ago
Well, one wouldn't think that they would use the word "Ludicrous" in a children's show, so you get a pass on that one. LOL
DouglasMorris 12 months ago
12/12! it was on before I came along.
UTZAAKE 12 months ago
8/12. Foiled by 5, 8, 11 and 12. Not bad, considering I haven't watched an episode in at least 45 years.
Kenson 12 months ago
12/12. The vulture was a pure guess.
DawnGraham 12 months ago
9/12, it has been awhile since I saw the show.
SheriHeffner 12 months ago
11 out of 12. I missed number 6.
TomTerrrific 12 months ago
9/12... "H.R. Pufnstuf, who's your friend when things are tough?..." I'm going to have that earworm in my head all day. Thanks a lot, METV.
anthony 12 months ago
3/12.smokin!!!!!!!πŸ’¨πŸ’¨πŸ’¨πŸ˜‹
nerakr 12 months ago
6/12. But then, I was very young when it was on. And I'm not sure if we got the channel it was on.
cperrynaples 12 months ago
9/12! "See you next week! Keep those cards and letters coming!"
cperrynaples cperrynaples 12 months ago
PS Anyone know the alternative for the "cards and letters" line?
DCThornton cperrynaples 12 months ago
"I sure hope so!"
You're partly right. You also didn't say whos said what:
Jimmy {Jack Wild}: "See you next week. H.R. Pufnstuf: "I sure hope so."
Well Stephanie I didn't think I had to since the show ran on MeTV! You're right, but I chose not to show off...LOL!!!
Barry22 12 months ago
12/12, wasn't as high as I thought I was when I watched it. Seriously though, recently read a book about The Krofft Brothers, gave a detailed story about every show.
Kevin Barry22 12 months ago
What is the title?
Barry22 Kevin 12 months ago
Pufnstuff and Other Stuff, published in 1998. Got it at my library for 25 cents. Interestingly enough, they were both alive then and making plans for films, revivals, comebacks etc. With the exception of that terrible 'Land of the Lost ' movie, none of it came to fruitation.
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