Children's series about Wildboy, an orphan who was raised in the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest by the legendary Sasquatch. Wildboy and Bigfoot roamed the countryside stomping out ...
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John Mark Robinson
Children's series about Wildboy, an orphan who was raised in the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest by the legendary Sasquatch. Wildboy and Bigfoot roamed the countryside stomping out pollution, capturing diabolical villains, and rescuing those in distress. Written by
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This show was a different kind of show for the Krofft brothers. It wasn't as trippy as most of their creations and it was fairly close to being a straight adventure series. It also had a twist where the kid partner was the leader and the so-called adult was the sidekick. Another thing that I liked about the show was that it was videotaped rather than filmed which made I think that gave it more of an edge than most of the Krofft shows.
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