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uniform title   Muppet show (Television program). No. 045, Bob Hope.
title   Muppet show. [No. 045, Bob Hope] [videorecording] / produced by Jim Henson ; written by Jerry Juhl ... [et al.] ; directed by Peter Harris ; an ITC/Henson Associates, Inc. production ; produced in association with the CBS owned television stations ; Jim Henson Television. 
published   [2005]
description   1 videodisc (27 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
all locations   Availability
location   UMCP Performing Arts LibraryLibrary Info Henson Collection | HENSON 006 Holdings  Availability  Request from Special Collections
other title   Bob Hope
notes   Originally broadcast in 1978.
  DVD created with permission from digital video tapes donated to the University of Maryland by Jim Henson Legacy with support from the Jane Henson Foundation.
notes   DVD-R.
credits   Muppet performers, Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, Dave Goelz, Jim Henson ; puppets and costumes, Caroly Wilcox, Mari Kaestle, Dave Goelz, John Lovelady, Amy Van Gilder, Calista Hendrickson, Faz Fazakas, Larry Jameson, Bonnie Erickson ; special puppets by Don Sahlin ; Muppet creative consultants, Frank Oz, Michael K. Frith.
summary   Muppet show performers are in a state of anxiety when it appears that guest Bob Hope will not be able to appear on the show due to previous engagements. Highlights include a calypso number featuring Miss Piggy and an all-pig marimba band; the Swedish Chef fouling up a recipe for pressed duck; the melon-headed Dr. Bunsen Honeydew introducing the latest development in garbage disposal - a trash can that eats; a takeoff on the Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young sixties protest song "For What It’s Worth," performed by Muppet woodland animals attempting to hide from hunters in the forest; and Bob Hope as a cowboy with a wisecracking horse, singing "Don’t Fence Me In."
notes   Access restricted to patrons at the University of Maryland.
acquisition note   Gift; Jim Henson Legacy, Jane Henson Foundation; 2004.
subjects   LinkKermit, the Frog -- Drama.
  LinkFozzie Bear -- Drama.
  LinkMiss Piggy -- Drama.
  LinkMuppets (Fictitious characters) -- Drama.
  LinkTelevision programs.
  LinkTelevision comedies.
  LinkPuppet television programs.
other author   LinkHenson, Jim.
  LinkHope, Bob, 1903-2003.
  LinkJuhl, Jerry.
  LinkHarris, Peter.
  LinkOz, Frank.
  LinkNelson, Jerry, 1934-2012.
  LinkHunt, Richard, 1951-1992.
  LinkGoelz, Dave.
  LinkWilcox, Caroly.
  LinkKaestle, Mari.
  LinkLovelady, John.
  LinkVan Gilder, Amy.
  LinkHendrickson, Calista.
  LinkFazakas, Faz.
  LinkJameson, Larry.
  LinkErickson, Bonnie.
  LinkSahlin, Donald G.
  LinkFrith, Michael K.
  LinkStills, Stephen. For what it’s worth.
  LinkPorter, Cole, 1891-1964. Don’t fence me in.
other author   LinkIncorporated Television Company.
  LinkHenson Associates.
  LinkCBS Inc.
  LinkJim Henson Television.
format   Videos/Films (all)
  Videos - DVD

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