Jim Henson never thought that he would make a name of himself in puppetry; it was merely a way of getting himself on television. The vehicle that achieved it was
Sam and Friends, a late-night puppet show that was on after the 11:00 news in Washington DC. It proved to be very popular and inspired Jim to continue using puppets for his work...See full bio »
1984The Muppets Take Manhattan
(performer: "Together Again", "You Can't Take No for an Answer", "Saying Goodbye", "I'm Gonna Always Love You", "William Tell Overture", "Right Where I Belong", "Somebody's Getting Married", "Waiting for the Wedding", "He'll Make Me Happy", "The Ceremony", "Saying Goodbye / Together Again Closing Medley")
1981The Great Muppet Caper
(performer: "Hey a Movie!", "Happiness Hotel", "Steppin' Out With A Star", "Night Life", "The First Time It Happens", "Couldn't We Ride", "Piggy's Fantasy Miss Piggy", "Finale: Hey A Movie! / The First Time It Happens")
I believe in taking a positive attitude toward the world, toward people, toward my work. I think I'm here for a purpose. I think it's very likely that we all are, but I'm only sure about myself. I try to tune myself in to whatever it is that I'm supposed to be, and I try to think of myself as a part of all of us - all mankind and all life...
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