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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

If It's Tuesday, This Must Be H.R. Pufnstuf


Every Tuesday I post five trivia questions relating to television or film, and the first person who sends me the correct answers wins the highly coveted Auntie Mame Award.

Please send your answers for this week's questions to deepdishdrama@aol.com or via a private Facebook message at www.facebook.com/marcharshbarger (DO NOT post your answers on here where everyone can see them or they will be deleted).

Since I haven't featured any Saturday morning TV shows on Tuesday Trivia before, I'm making this the theme for the month of July. Today's trivia is all about the 1969-71 TV series, H.R. Pufnstuf:

1) Before appearing as 11-year-old Jimmy on H.R. Pufnstuf, actor Jack Wild received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in what 1968 movie musical?

2) What was the name of Jimmy's friend, a talking golden flute?

3) Who rode on the Vroom Broom?

4) The character of "Judy Frog" was based on what legendary singer?

5) What was H.R. Pufnstuf's official job title on Living Island?

Last week Eddie Finan answered the following questions correctly about the series, Lidsville:

1) Who played evil magician Horatio J. HooDoo? And what popular 1970s game show did he later appear on as a regular panelist? Charles Nelson Reilly, Match Game

2) What kind of hat/headgear was the character "Rah-Rah"? A football helmet

3) Before he played the lead character of Mark on Lidsville, actor Butch Patrick played the son on what 1964-66 TV sitcom? The Munsters

4) What actor did Tex the cowboy hat sound like? John Wayne

5) What kind of hat/headgear was the character "Mother Wheels"? A motorcycle helmet

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