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Jim Henson

Henson, Kermit, Rowlf, and Arsenio

Henson, Kermit, Rowlf, and Arsenio

A charming classic interview from The Arsenio Hall Show featuring the late, great Jim Henson, in which he, Kermit the Frog, and Rowlf the Dog all answered Hall’s questions. We love his explanation about Rowlf’s broken arm.

Funko Reaction x The Dark Crystal

Funko Reaction x The Dark Crystal
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Jim Henson & Frank Oz’s The Dark Crystal, is a masterpiece. Funko’s retro-style ReAction line is offering a series of figures inspired by the film, including The Chamberlain, Ursol the Chanter, Jen, Aughra, and Kira (with Fizzgig.) There’s also a Landstrider collectible from SDCC 2016.

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Facts About Jim Henson

Facts About Jim Henson

Mental Floss shares trivia about the multitalented Jim Henson and his creations, such as why he kept his beard, his dream of ending the Cold War and how he arrived at his college graduation in a Rolls-Royce that he purchased with his puppet show earnings.

Epic Rap Battle: Henson vs. Lee

Epic Rap Battle: Henson vs. Lee

The founder of Marvel goes up against the creator of The Muppets, slinging powerful superhero insults against the soothing, but still vicious words of the puppet-master. The winner? The Walt Disney Company, of course.

David Bowie’s Crystal Balls

David Bowie’s Crystal Balls

In Jim Henson’s cult-classic Labyrinth, David Bowie likes to twiddle around his crystal orbs. But Bowie never played with his balls, it was juggler Michael Moschen manipulating them on his behalf. Balls.

Alexander the Grape

Alexander the Grape

You wouldn’t be laughing at Muppets this week if it weren’t for the genius of the late, great Jim Henson. Here’s a look at Henson’s early days – a charming 1965 paper-cut animation recently uncovered.

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