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Oh, I agree that it wouldn't make sense historically, but I have a feeling such a story credit would be used more in a marketing sort of way, as if...
That's more than likely what they're up to, as they still want to convey this idea that they have somehow acquired the magic that created the Muppets...
Sigh...another person whose significant contributions helped make the Muppets the endearing, touching, entertaining characters that they are is gone....
I'm waiting. After all, I already have the VHS version.
Buying a DVD with extras but a modified aspect ratio is kinda like buying only half a DVD....
Umm....was there a press release made for this yet? If so, then that would probably answer a number of the questions in this thread.
I wasn't sure where would be the appropriate place to post this, but the Muppets' good friend Christopher Reeve died of cardiac arrest Sunday at age...
If there are any Chicago-area fans out there, both the Sam Goody and the Suncoast at Yorktown had Shifty-Eyed Sam. The latter also had the Marvin...
The fifteen DVDs were originally released via mail order by Time Life in 2001 and 2002. Shortly thereafter, Sony obtained the rights to rerelease...
Actually, many Hispanic groups wanted him back on television, as he displayed positive qualities by being a hero.
I'm kinda curious about this supposed Jim Henson end credit. Would this be as in a Jim Henson logo card or just a "Characters created by Jim Henson"...
I'm going to go out on a limb and guess these are most likely the Columbia versions.
I think they meant pics of the figures with their final paint schemes, since each figure will have a different colored outfit.
IIRC, they are the ones behind the "South Park" plush dolls.
All this makes me wonder something. I am going completely on memory here, but didn't the opening titles to "Fraggle Rock" say something along the...
Then perhaps this Sam is another Sababa Toys product, like the Chef bean bag the shop was selling a couple of months ago?
I would just be happy if the line of full-size plush (gotta get off the beanies kick already) was expanded. Some of the 1990s plush there like Gonzo,...
I just remember the giant scary Sesame statues at JC Penney's.
Well, remember who we're talking about here. They're also counting their sleazy lunchbox repackages as "official" products.
Why does Ernie look like he's about to spontaneously combust?
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