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Discussion in 'Bear in the Big Blue House' started by muppetcrazy36, Aug 18, 2008.
BitBBH was created by Mitchell Kriegman. I don't think Jim Henson was involved in the project...(correct me if I'm wrong)
Bear was made by The Jim Henson Company, but not by Jim himself, because Jim died in 1990, years before BitBBH made its debut.
Yeah... Jim Henson's last project, granted nothing Muppet-like with Kermit etc.., that was really put out after his death was Dinosaurs..
Bear was created by Mitchell Kriegman and Henson Co. produced the characters etc...
Then Disney Channel/Playhouse Disney aired and syndicated the series...
Now Disney owns the rights to all the Bear characters as well as the Muppets...lol
And this is because JHC feels almost like a sub-division of Disney now.
I wonder if Disney would buy The Jim Henson Company like how Turner Warner bought Hanna-Barbera?
If it did, then it would own Fraggle Rock, Labryinth, and Dark Crystal.
Bear was eventually built by the guy who started Puppet Heap.
And I bet that guy was part of JHC at one point.
very good.. lol.. catchin' on... lol! jk
Anyway, Bear is now officially a Disney property, if it wasn't already to start with. XD
Yeah, it was to start with... Henson just had rights to the "characters to build". Later another company...*cough cough* puppet heap got a hold of'em..
And so, now Disney & Puppet Heap own the Bear franchise.
Of course. I thought as much.
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