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Sigmund and the Sea Monsters - Complete Series [DVD]
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Sigmund is a sea monster. He's also an embarrassment to his family because, unlike a normal sea monster, Sigmund has no desire to scare anybody! Deciding to run away from home rather than scare people, Sigmund meets up with Johnny and Scott and the three become best friends. Now living in Johnny and Scott's clubhouse, the three try to keep Sigmund from being kidnapped by his family while keeping him a secret from everyone else. Contains the complete first and second series.
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Not to worry, this set contains all 29 episodes - the complete season one and the complete season two. Both seasons are utterly hilarious. I love all of the Krofft shows, particularly Land of the Lost and H.R. Pufnstuf. And Far Out Space Nuts is priceless in it's kookiness and also it's psychedelic and strange aliens and environments. But Sigmund and The Sea Monsters is completely over the top for silliness and really funny characters and voices. Sigmund's father, Big Daddy is based in part on Archie Bunker of All in the Family, and his interactions with Sigmund's two brothers, Blurp and Slurp is outrageously ridiculous, funny and entertaining.
The quality of this set is perfect. Excellent picture and sound, complete and uncut episodes. Jack Wild makes an appearance in Season One and H.R. Pufnstuf is featured in an episode of Season Two. Also, Rip Taylor stars in all of the Season Two episodes, as Sigmund's genie Sheldon. Halfway through Season Two, Sparky Marcus comes on board as Sheldon's nephew Shelby. The two genies are priceless, and they don't detract from the mayhem going on with Sigmund's fiendishly funny family. To watch Rip Taylor play this character is a real treat. He was born to play the flamboyant and ultra campy role of Sheldon the Genie.
This is an Australian release, but it is an all regions DVD. It plays perfectly on any DVD player. There are no extras, but it doesn't matter. To be able to see all the episodes, especially from Season Two, is a gift for anyone who loves to laugh and loves the wacky and weird humor of this one of a kind show. The way Blurp and Slurp trip over each other and they way they talk and laugh has to be seen to be appreciated fully. And it doesn't get any better than one of them saying to the other, as they are sneaking up on Sigmund, "Tippy Tentacles, Tippy Tentacles!" Ha!