A Conversation for Jim Henson - Muppeteer, Filmmaker, Television Producer

A2553969 - Jim Henson - muppeteer, filmmaker, television producer

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Opticalillusion- media mynx life would be boring without hiccups

smiley - sorry whats chili or chilli got to do with my entry?


A2553969 - Jim Henson - muppeteer, filmmaker, television producer

Post 62

Leo


smiley - laugh No, I should be saying smiley - sorry for starting the thread drift.

smiley - sorry It just had to do with Gnomon's tag.

Anyway, before anyone posts further on this entry they want to make sure you've read and corrected everything they suggested. When you have, they're willing to go further. smiley - ok?


A2553969 - Jim Henson - muppeteer, filmmaker, television producer

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Leo


Oh, and congrats about getting the job! smiley - boing Charity volunteering is a great way to spend the extra time too. smiley - ok


A2553969 - Jim Henson - muppeteer, filmmaker, television producer

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Opticalillusion- media mynx life would be boring without hiccups

I intend to go through this rigorously smiley - dontpanic and smiley - ta for your comments


A2553969 - Jim Henson - muppeteer, filmmaker, television producer

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Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

Let us know when you've updated all the suggestions Opti smiley - smiley


A2553969 - Jim Henson - muppeteer, filmmaker, television producer

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Gnomon - time to move on

"which appeared nightly at 6:25pm and 11:25pm" -- that's not nightly, it's twice nightly.

"the Muppets were appearing on radio shows" - how can you have a puppet on a radio show?

he felt that the success of Sesame Street, had pigeonholed him -- remove that comma

to be shown on Saturday Night Live, this wasn't a success -- change the comma to a semicolon

stars such as Steve Martin and Rudolf Nureyev appeared as guest hosts -- no, they weren't guest hosts, they were just guests.

(in which he was also interviewed by Judy Harris and created The Fantastic Miss Piggy Show) -- you give both these facts in the next paragraph, so they don't need to be here.

Both inspirations from British illustrator Brian Froud's artwork -->
Both inspired by British illustrator Brian Froud's artwork

smiley - smiley G


A2553969 - Jim Henson - muppeteer, filmmaker, television producer

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Bluebottle

Did you write a Muppet entry in the end, the_jon_m?

How can you have a puppet on a radio show?
I'm guessing either:
a.) The cast turned up on the radio show claiming to be the Muppets and just did the voices.
or
b.) The cast turned up on the radio show with the Muppets puppets, and used the puppets in order to get into character.

Very much an exercise of the imagination either way - just like Terry Wogan's annual radio firework display where all the firework were imaginary.

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A2553969 - Jim Henson - muppeteer, filmmaker, television producer

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Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

Astonishingly I remember this convo thread. Jim Henson never got approved, did he? smiley - sadface


A2553969 - Jim Henson - muppeteer, filmmaker, television producer

Post 69

Gnomon - time to move on

Bluebottle has rescued it and it is in peer review again


A2553969 - Jim Henson - muppeteer, filmmaker, television producer

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Bluebottle

Ah yes, I should have said:

Rescue attempt is: A87797191 Jim Henson - Storyteller and Puppet Master
It can be found in Peer Review here: F48874?thread=8302423

I still want to hear about the_jon_m's Muppet article, thoughsmiley - winkeye

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