Comedy great Fred Willard starred as the bartender and owner of DC Follies â€“ a bar located in Washington DC. The puppet versions of the Whoâ€™s Who of politics and Hollywood frequented Fredâ€™s bar.
Richard Nixonâ€™s puppet was featured regularly and DC Follies seemed to have helped restore the reputation of the beleaguered politician.
Marty would threaten potential guests that if they didnâ€™t come on D.C. Follies he would simply make a puppet of them.
Many of the most colorful and fondly remembered children's series of the 1970s and 1980s sprang from the imaginations of Sid and Marty Krofft. Their groundbreaking, live-action fantasy shows were...Read More
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Barbara Mandrell, Program of the Year, 1981
Action for Childrenâ€™s Television
Pryorâ€™s Place for Achievement in Childrenâ€™s Television, 1985
Youth In Film
Lifetime Achievement Award, 1992
It all started when their father, Peter Krofft, a master puppeteer in his own right, discovered seven-year-old Sid had puppeteering talent and auditioned him in his own production of â€śSnow...Read More