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Pufnstuf Movie [High Quality] Part 1

Part One Of Punfstuf The Movie 1970 High Quality , COPYRIGHT OF SID AND MARTY KROFFT UNIVERSAL STUDIOS , AND EVERY OTHER RIGHTS TO THE FILM [audiobee/dash go]

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25 Responses to “Pufnstuf Movie [High Quality] Part 1”

  1. nsisoundvideo says:

    I was an extra in this scene (Shot on the Universal lot). I am in the foreground of the orchestra scene in the dark gold shirt, nerdy 70′s short pants and whit socks. (provided by the studio). Jack was a true gentleman and amazing talent. He never received the praise he deserved. He will be missed.

  2. killybing1 says:

    please please please can i get a copy of the entire movie, HR played a major part in my childhood, i didnt have a great childhood but watching HR cheered me up, i loved the series, just been talking to my friends & they looked at me stupid saying i made it up, just watching this intro has turned me back to happy memories, please can i get a copy. Billy King aged 48 :) ) email me please if you can help : williamwindsor@ymail.com thank you x think i was 8 living in poverty in 1970 r.i.p. jack xxxxx

  3. killybing1 says:

    please please please can i get a copy of the entire movie, HR played a major part in my childhood, i didnt have a great childhood but watching HR cheered me up, i loved the series, just been talking to my friends & they looked at me stupid saying i made it up, just watching this intro has turned me back to happy memories, please can i get a copy. Billy King aged 48 :) ) email me please if you can help : williamwindsor@ymail.com thank you x

  4. dasfmn1997 says:

    When watching the TV series, I was never crazy about the laugh track, but I kind of miss hearing a laugh track in the movie. Interesting to see the extended depiction of the TV series opening theme. Now I know how Jack ended up running down a hill with a talking flute. At 3:05, is that the Munster’s house on the right half of the screen in the fake prop neighborhood that Jack Wild is running through? And at 4:00, is that the old set of Tara from Gone With The Wind? Sure looks similar.

  5. 52MissBella says:

    Love this movie and love Jack Wild .
    RIP Jack Wild.

  6. MrRetroJunky says:

    One of the best kids movies ever ! – love it :]

  7. minnigracie says:

    OMG I remember growing up watching this movie. It was tha highlight of my day to come home and watch it! Good old PufnStuf

  8. 1NessQuick1 says:

    i never knew there was a movie .wow.

  9. AxeNewkill says:

    As I recall, Jack looked very good up until he got cancer from heavy smoking. After that, he aged at warp speed overnight and died shortly after. I’ve never seen anyone age so quickly. Frankly, if the anti-smoking people could use the young death of such a vibrant and talented man as Jack Wild into a voiceless ghost of his former self.

  10. JuanMacready says:

    @AxeNewkill Ron Moody was only 43 in the film but was wearing heavy make up.

  11. JuanMacready says:

    @unhooked25 I think Ron Moody did smoke an occasional cigar.

  12. CareBear2157 says:

    My sister and I thought he was australian back in the day. It was the hat that threw us off. And we’re from england. Guess we’re the slow ones. ;-)

  13. CareBear2157 says:

    My sister and I thought he was australian back in the day. It was the cheeta hat that threw us off. And we’re from england. Guess we’re the slow ones. ;-)

  14. unhooked25 says:

    @AxeNewkill, correct. Ron Moody is still alive and performing on stage and he also is a fantastic actor and still quite phisically fit. Just goes to show how looking after yourself sure pays off.

  15. AxeNewkill says:

    @unhooked25 Ironically, the old man who played Fagin in Oliver! is STILL alive and still performing on stage!

    Jack Wild died young due to extremely heavy smoking

  16. beauferret says:

    @ceceisverycool lol, the flute singing at 7:04, 7:18 & 7:27 look pretty funny too

  17. meanwiddlekid says:

    I watched the TV show but I never knew this movie existed!

  18. ceceisverycool says:

    i laugh for like a fucking hour after 6:00. lmao……..damn 70′s. what a drug world

  19. valeo626 says:

    Freddie: that boat spoke to us!

  20. theghostofsarah says:

    Thumbs Up for Jack Wild!!!

  21. LemonDropPink6Me says:

    Wow, what a beautiful and haunting opening song sung by the late Jack Wild.” If I could I would be a balloon floating high above the trees and free”. Miss you Mr. Jack Wild….

  22. ttun100 says:

    Remember the show well. Didn’t know they made a movie

  23. SoccerGurl12345 says:

    4:09, i seriously laughed about that for like 10 straight minutes. :D
    i’m 15 years old and i love jack wild, and i’m not afraid to admit it even though none of my friends know who he is, then it makes me feel like i’m in some kind of secret club, haha. <3
    his face makes me happy. [[[[= it’s a shame that he died, because he was an incredible person with loads of talent and a kick ass accent. wish i could’ve met him. gahhh, thank god for YouTube though, ^_^

  24. Muffinscool says:

    NOSTALGIA EXPLOSION
    love the song @ the start xD
    that music teacher is a bitch :(

  25. StarringHilary says:

    ‘Freddie, that boat just spoke to us’. Yes, and you’re talking to a flute. :’). Gosh, this is mad but good at the same time. :D .

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