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Great Performances: The World of Jim Henson

Discussion in 'Henson People' started by radionate, May 28, 2002.

  1. radionate

    radionate New Member

    Question to everyone here. (and this is a goofy question)

    I was watching a bunch of old Muppet tapes this past Memorial Day weekend (yah, I'm a loser, but I had forgotten that I had some of this stuff on tape and got really really exicted, but anyway), and on the World of Jim Henson Video they showed old clips of the live action shorts that Jim made for S.Street.

    Here's my question. In one of those clips (in which we learn to count to three), is that a young Brian Henson with a plate containing three peas in front of him? I've not seen this one listed in any of the muppeteer cameos anywhere, and curiosity has gotten the better of me.
  2. Lu775

    Lu775 Member

    Yes, that's Brian with the "Three Peas!!"
    aww, he's so cute!
  3. Sir Didymus

    Sir Didymus New Member

    I was wondering the same thing! I just watched The World of Jim Henson Last week and I said "That sure looks like Brian Henson!"
    That is so funny!

    Sir Didymus
  4. Fozzie Bear

    Fozzie Bear Well-Known Member

    Jim Henson made those himself, and he also was in one of them I think. I know he did the "King of 8" himself, too. There were several animated things he did for that show. Jim was truly remarkable.

  5. doctort13

    doctort13 Member

    It seems as if all of us Muppet-folk are watching this wonderful tape.
    I took it out of the library just last week.
    I love "King of 8" too!
  6. Traveling Matt

    Traveling Matt New Member

    Yep, that's Brian counting peas LOL!!
    Jim cameoed as a very talented juggler as well.

    I believe both clips are from the first SS episode, but I'm not sure.

    - Billy :cool:
  7. Ernie101

    Ernie101 Active Member

    cool thats interesting
  8. Iggy35

    Iggy35 Member

  9. MuppetDanny

    MuppetDanny Well-Known Member

    Traveling Matt

    I think it was from 1st episode of "SS" too. I also think Brian has done a couple more of those number clips :confused: (Have to check it out :) )


    IGGY!:excited: welcome back haven't heard from you for ages, so how's things?

    Did you know Lisa Henson made a cameo for "Little shop of Horrors"?

    See ya

  10. Iggy35

    Iggy35 Member

    Cheers Matey! :D
    I'm sure I heard it somewhere, could have been from you.
    Didn't you email me a list of cameo's a while ago?

  11. MuppetDanny

    MuppetDanny Well-Known Member


    Yeah, I sent e-mail a while ago with a list off all the Muppeteers cameos inc. Jerry Nelson in "Robocop 2".

    I also sent another e-mail to you sometime last year and you didn't reply :concern:

    What happend?

    Anyway just to let you know my tape trade site is up - so check it out

    See ya Iggy

  12. Iggy35

    Iggy35 Member

    Did a house move, so was without the net for a while.
    Had to wait until cable was installed in this area..couldn't go back to dial up now! lol
    Got connected up again on Tuesday!! :)
    Looks like I been missin out on a few things,.where the **** these smilies come from,..I love em! hehehe :) :D ;) :p

  13. WOCKA2416

    WOCKA2416 Member

    Does anyone else think the World of Jim Henson is an awesome video? Don't think I'm a dork, but I think I must have memorized what each person said I've watched it so much. That special is such a great tribute to Jim.
  14. Boober_Gorg

    Boober_Gorg Active Member

    Definitely a worthy special. My grandpa taped it when it first aired on PBS, back when I was in 4th grade. From then on, I knew wanted to see more Sam and Friends.

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