The World of Sid & Marty Krofft at the Hollywood Bowl

In Wonderbug mode, the car was aVolkswagen-basedMeyers Manx-clone body. Specifically the body was a Dune Runner manufactured by Dune Buggy Enterprises ofWestminster, California.[4]Dune Buggy Enterprises offered the Dune Runner with three different hood choices. Wonderbug has theT- Birdhood choice.[5]

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Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters

Dune Buggy Archives. Dune Buggy Archives. 2006-11-22

Childrens programming on the American Broadcasting Company in the 1970s

Aladdin Industriesproduced a metal lunchbox in 1976.[8]

Dune Runner pictures by dunebuggyarchives – Photobucket. S23.photobucket.com

Sid & Marty Krofft Television Productions Inc. v. McDonalds Corp.

Sid and Marty Krofft: A Critical Study of Saturday Morning Childrens Television, 1969-1993

Jimmy Osmond Presents ABCs Saturday Sneak Peek

The World of Sid and Marty Krofft Theme Park

is a segment of the first and second season of the, from 1976 to 1978. It was shot inHollywoodLos Angeles, California. The show was rerun as part of ABCs Sunday morning series.

Wonderbugshared its half-hour time slot with otherKrofft Supershowtitles, includingMagic Mongo,Bigfoot and Wildboy,Dr. Shrinker,The Lost Saucer, andElectra Woman and Dyna Girl.

The space that would normally contain the right rear passenger seat instead contained a box, described in dialog as the costume/wardrobe trunk; this box actually served to conceal a hidden driver in scenes in which the car drives itself. The car also had a long fender-mounted radio antenna that terminated with a robot-like claw or gripper. Its license plate would change to 1DERBUG.

Barry often thought he was the brains of the outfit. However, it was usually Susan who came up with the ideas that saved them.[6]Arunning gagwas that Barry would suggest an outrageously implausible plan, its absurdity recognized by both C.C. and Susan. Susan would then suggest a far more sensible plan (usually involving disguises), which Barry would then suggest as if it were his own, prompting C.C. to praise Barrys supposed genius. Susan accepted the situation uncomplainingly, even telling a female character who observed one such exchange, You get used to it.

Television series by Sid and Marty Krofft Television Productions

Official Sid & Marty Krofft MySpace Page

American childrens fantasy television series

American childrens adventure television series


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The Bay City Rollers Meet the Saturday Superstars

Television programs featuring puppetry

The car had articulated eyeball headlights, and a custom bumper that resembled a mouth; different bumpers were sometimes used to give the car different facial expressions. When the car spoke in its mumbling voice, a rubberpuppetstand-in with a moving mouth was sometimes used.

1978 American television series endings

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Animation in the United States in the television era

Wonderbugs alter egoSchlepcar(so named due to its personalized California license plate SCHLEP) was an old, beat up, conglomeration of several junked cars that looked like a rustydune buggy. LikeHerbieofDisneymovie fame, Schlepcar was alive and could drive itself, and could also talk in a mumbling voice. It was found in a junk yard by teenagersBarry Buntrock(David Levy),C.C. McNamara(John Anthony Bailey) andSusan Talbot(Carol Anne Seflinger). Schlepcar transformed into the shiny metal-flake orange Wonderbug whenever a magic horn (which played thebugle call for cavalry charge) was sounded. In his Wonderbug identity, Schlepcar had the power of flight and was able to help the three teens capture crooks and prevent wrongdoing.[3]

Sid & Marty Kroffts Red Eye Express

Ideal Toy Companypublished a board game in 1977.[7]

Vintage lunchpails boxes and thermos bottles. Gasolinealleyantiques.com. 2010-11-10

American Broadcasting Company network shows

American childrens action television series

Ruby-Spears Filmography.Received on 15 Sept. 2007.

Temple Of Schlock: View-Master: Dr. Shrinker And Wonderbug. Templeofschlock.blogspot.com. 2010-07-21

Rock n Wrestling Saturday Spectacular

1976 American television series debuts


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