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David Arquette attends the Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony for puppeteers Sid and Marty Krofft

David Arquette puts on a cowboy suit to attend the Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony for Canadian television stars Sid and Marty Krofft

They are perennial TV favorites, having entertained children with their puppetry and characters from the Seventies and Eighties until today.

And on Thursday, famous brothers Sid and Marty Krofft were honored with the 2,687th star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame in Hollywood, California. The ceremony attracted a smattering of famous stars.

Chief among them was Scream actor David Arquette, who played Captain Barnabus on the Krofft-created kid’s show Sigmund And The Sea Monsters for Amazon Prime.

Chief among the stars who attended: Scream actor David Arquette stopped by the Hollywood Walk Of Fame ceremony for Sid and Marty Krofft on Thursday

Chief among the stars who attended: Scream actor David Arquette stopped by the Hollywood Walk Of Fame ceremony for Sid and Marty Krofft on Thursday

Brothers and co-creators:Sid (left) and Marty were honored with the 2,687th star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame in Hollywood

Brothers and co-creators:Sid (left) and Marty were honored with the 2,687th star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame in Hollywood

Sid and Marty, 90 and 82 respectively, are Canadian television stars and puppeteers who are responsible for favorites like the Bugaloos and Mutt & Stuff, and they have also served as producers on many TV specials and films, including 2009’s Land of the Lost starring Will Ferrell.

Arquette, 48, showed up to the outdoor event in true cowboy fashion, in a spiffy white getup that included a wide-brimmed Stetson, tailcoat and ruffled shirt, black belt and white slacks with red piping and decorations. 

He wore white-tipped shoes, and topped his look off with a pair of aviator sunglasses.

The ex-husband of Courteney Cox said a few words at the event, and left his face scruffy for the occasion. 

Hollywood cowboy: Arquette showed up in a spiffy white getup that included a wide-brimmed Stetson, tailcoat and ruffled shirt, black belt and white slacks with red piping and decorations

Hollywood cowboy: Arquette showed up in a spiffy white getup that included a wide-brimmed Stetson, tailcoat and ruffled shirt, black belt and white slacks with red piping and decorations

Other famous faces who showed up in support of the Krofft brothers included Maureen McCormick, who famously played Marcia Brady on the original run of ABC television sitcom The Brady Bunch, and Beverly D’Angelo of Vacation and American History X fame.

While Maureen, 63, wore an understated black ensemble, Beverly, 68, wowed in a lovely white floral pantsuit.

She donned a turquoise blouse underneath her blazer, and sported open-toed platform shoes in a matching floral pattern. 

Marcia, Marcia, Marcia: Other famous faces who showed up included Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia Brady on the original run of ABC television sitcom The Brady Bunch

Marcia, Marcia, Marcia: Other famous faces who showed up included Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia Brady on the original run of ABC television sitcom The Brady Bunch

Also in attendance: Beverly D'Angelo of Vacation and American History X fame wowed in a lovely white floral pantsuit

Also in attendance: Beverly D’Angelo of Vacation and American History X fame wowed in a lovely white floral pantsuit

Other guests arrived in full costume from the Kroffts’ shows.

Other recent recipients of the Hollywood Walk of Fame sidewalk star include 50 Cent, Burt Ward (Robin from the Batman TV series), Wendy Williams, Tyler Perry, Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell and Harry Connick, Jr. 

Getting a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame comes via self-submission and a $40,000 fee. 

A couple of characters: Other guests arrived in full costume from the Krofft brothers' shows

A couple of characters: Other guests arrived in full costume from the Krofft brothers’ shows

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