Lidsville (1971–1973)
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Have I Got a Girl for Hoodoo 

The citizens of Lidsville are in for double trouble when Hoodoo starts dating Witchipoo.



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Episode cast overview:
Sharon Baird ...
Raunchy Rabbit
Joy Campbell ...
Nursie / Twirly
Jerry Maren ...
Boris / Rah-Rah
Mr. Big / Lead Singer of the Hat Band
Hommy Stewart
Van Snowden ...
Tonsolini the Opera Hat / Pierre de Sewer / Pufnstuf
Colonel Poom
Buddy Douglas
Admiral Scuttlebutt / Bela / Big Chief Sitting Duck / Boris / Hiram / Parrot / Raunchy Rabbit / Jack of Clubs / H.R. Pufnstuf (voice)
Joan Gerber ...
Nursie / Scorchy / Mrs. Ring-a-Ding / Mother Wheels (voice)
Colonel Poom / Captain Hooknose / Mr. Big / Mr. Chow / Pierre LeSewer / Rah-Rah / Scorchy / Tex / Tonsilini (voice)


Hoodoo becomes depressed because he feels lonely. In fact, he is so depressed that he doesn't even bother to take a few shots at the good hats of Lidsville. He then decides to join a lonely hearts club and even submits a phony picture of himself. He then receives a photo of a beautiful lady who has fallen for him. However, the lady turns out to be none other than Witchiepoo of Living Island. At first they are repulsed by each other, but after seeing how much fun they have zapping Mark, Weenie and the good hats they then fall in love and even talk about getting married. Can Mark stop this union before this power couple destroys Lidsville? Written by Brian Washington <>

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Family | Comedy | Fantasy




Release Date:

1971 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


As Hoodoo sits down to compose a letter to the Lonely Hearts Club and the camera zooms in, a boom mic drops into frame. The shadow of the mike stays visible on the backdrop behind Hoodoo as he composes the letter. See more »


I Love You More
by Les Szarvas
Performed by Charles Nelson Reilly and Billie Hayes
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