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Sid & Marty Krofft Television Productions

Wesley Eure and Kathy Coleman’s cameo with Will Ferrell in Land of the Lost ended up on the cutting-room floor. Eure, who lives in Palm Springs and has produced noteworthy fundraisers (including LalaPOOLooza), and Coleman starred in the popular children’s adventure series (1974-1976) on which the film is based. Eure also sang the theme song for the TV show, and the original scream was inserted in the movie-version’s theme.

Land of the Lost

Palm Springs Life - August 2009

Added: 2009-07-27

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