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The other day, I was flipping through Amazon Prime Video and saw a children’s show on the list that made me think, “Hey, that looks kind of like H. R. Pufnstuf.” And then I realized exactly why I thought that: Because I was looking at Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, a 2017 reboot of the 1970s Sid and Marty Krofft show! This new original series from Amazon Originals Kids is available to stream now, so you can check it out and share a slice of nostalgia with your kids. And why not bring back more retro fun by having “Make and Do” hour with a few fun Sigmund printables?
Sigmund and the Sea Monsters Synopsis
Sid & Marty Krofft’s Sigmund and the Sea Monsters follows two beachcombing brothers, Johnny (Solomon Stewart) and Scotty (Kyle Breitkopf), who find Sigmund – a real live sea monster. The two brothers befriend the harmless and funny Sigmund and hide him in their clubhouse. However, keeping him a secret may be nearly impossible since the town’s overzealous Captain Barnabas (David Arquette) is obsessed with proving that sea monsters are real. With the help of their cousin Robyn (Rebecca Bloom), this team of friends makes it their mission to protect their new friend and have a great and memorable summer. Based on the nostalgic 1970s live-action series, Sigmund and the Sea Monsters is directed by Ron Oliver and is executive produced by Sid and Marty Krofft and Stephen Engel. The series will also feature a cover of the original theme song, “Friends” by The Roots.