Lidsville

(1971)

Lidsville was the Krofft's third show.

It involves a boy (Mark) who goes to see Merlo the Magician at Six Flags over Texas. He is so interested by what the hat can do, he decides to sneak back-stage to find out the secret. When it starts to grow, he climbs on the brim and falls in. After a nightmarish trip through the hat, he lands in Lidsville, the land of living hats. Every kind of hat is there. There is an opera hat, which is a top hat with huge side-burns. There is a cowboy hat that looks like the old twinkie mascot, and many more. There is also Hoo-Doo and the bad hats. To help Mark out is Weenie the Genie (Billie Hayes in a good guy role). But Hoo-Doo shook her up so much, her magic constantly goes wrong.

‘Lidsville’ Gets DreamWorks Animation Adaptation

DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. today announced that it will bring the well-loved Sid Krofft & Marty Krofft characters from the 1970's television series Lidsville to the big screen in a feature film by the same name.

Conrad Vernon (Monsters Vs. Aliens, Shrek 2) - animation veteran and lifelong fan of the Krofft's work - brought the project to DreamWorks Animation. Brothers Sid Krofft & Marty Krofft will serve as executive producers. Conrad Vernon, DreamWorks Animation's head of development Alex Schwartz and development executive Chris Kuser are overseeing the project at the studio.

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  • First Aired
    1971