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uniform title   Muppet show (Television program). No. 001, Juliet Prowse.
title   Muppet show. [No. 001, Juliet Prowse] [videorecording] / produced by Jack Burns ; written by Jack Burns, Jim Henson, and Jerry Juhl ; directed by Peter Harris ; an ITC/Henson Associates, Inc. production ; produced in association with the CBS-owned television stations ; creative consultant for ITC, Smith-Hemion Productions, Inc. ; Jim Henson Television. 
published   [2005]
description   1 videodisc (26 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
all locations   Availability
location   UMCP Performing Arts LibraryLibrary Info Henson Collection | HENSON 001 Holdings  Availability
other title   Juliet Prowse
notes   Originally broadcast in 1977.
  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 costume designer, Bonnie Erickson ; Muppets by Bonnie Erickson, Caroly Wilcox, Mari Kaestle, Dave Goelz, Rollin Krewson, Faz Fazakas, Larry Jameson ; Muppet performers, Frank Oz, Richard Hunt, Dave Goelz, Eren Ozker, John Lovelady, Jane Henson, Jim Henson ; Muppet creative consultant, Michael K. Frith ; choreographer, Norman Maen.
summary   Guest Juliet Prowse pays Kermit the Frog a compliment by calling him the "Robert Redford of frogs." Highlights include: Fozzie Bear’s comedy routine; a pair of Snowth singing a tune that a hippie muppet disrupts, insisting on his own mahnamahna harmony; a modern ballet performance by Prowse; the Muppet Players’ presentation of "Cowboy Time," in which Fozzie Bear’s attempt to hold up a saloon is remembered as the day Kid Fozzie came to town; and appearances by Statler and Waldorf, who comment on the show from their box seats. The program concludes with the Muppet Glee Club singing "Temptation," featuring a solo by Miss Piggy, who ends the song by smothering Kermit, the choral director.
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 (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
  LinkMiss Piggy -- Drama.
  LinkMuppets (Fictitious characters) -- Drama.
  LinkTelevision programs.
  LinkTelevision comedies.
  LinkPuppet television programs.
other author   LinkProwse, Juliet, 1936-1996.
  LinkHenson, Jim.
  LinkBurns, Jack.
  LinkHarris, Peter.
  LinkJuhl, Jerry.
  LinkWilcox, Caroly.
  LinkErickson, Bonnie.
  LinkKaestle, Mari.
  LinkGoelz, Dave.
  LinkKrewson, Rollie.
  LinkFazakas, Faz.
  LinkJameson, Larry.
  LinkOz, Frank.
  LinkHunt, Richard, 1951-1992.
  LinkOzker, Eren, 1948-1993.
  LinkHenson, Jane.
  LinkLovelady, John.
  LinkFrith, Michael K.
  LinkMaen, Norman.
  LinkBrown, Nacio Herb, 1896-1964. Going Hollywood. Temptation.
other author   LinkIncorporated Television Company.
  LinkHenson Associates.
  LinkCBS Inc.
  LinkSmith-Hemion Productions.
  LinkJim Henson Television.
format   Videos/Films (all)
  Videos - DVD

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