Henson's Place: The Man Behind The Muppets

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Released 1984

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Director:
Tim Conrad
Released:
1984
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Henson's Place: The Man Behind The Muppets is a documentary about Jim Henson's career and the Muppets that he created. Featuring interviews from Jim and Jane Henson, Frank Oz, Michael Frith, Joan Ganz Cooney and Lord Lew Grade, the film takes an in-depth look at Jim's part in Sesame Street, Fraggle Rock and The Dark Crystal. The characters of Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy take a central role in the production as Henson's early work and creative endeavors are discussed. Kermit and Miss Piggy even provide the audience with a series of interviews as they speak about who Jim Henson is and the rumors surrounding their relationship and possible marriage. Henson also discusses what he feels the future holds for his creations and how merchandising has helped keep his vision alive. First released in 1984, Henson's Place: The Man Behind The Muppets is approximately 52 minutes long.
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    Comedy, Documentary, Kids

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    Pop Culture, Puppets, Art & Artists