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  • ‘Sesame Street’ turns 40 with American Apparel T-shirts and totes

    As the first generation of "Sesame Street" viewers veers toward middle age, it’s hard to believe that the show that introduced generations to Kermit the Frog, Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch, Elmo and, of course, Big Bird, is turning......
  • Muppet fur flies over Jim Henson script

    When the Black List, Hollywood's annual ranking of the top unproduced scripts, was unveiled Friday, it lent the full weight of its authority to Christopher Weekes. Weekes' screenplay "The Muppet Man," about the life and loves of Jim Henson, had......
  • 'The Muppet Man' script takes a gonzo approach to Jim Henson's life

    At Company Town, our sister blog on the business of show business, Stephen Zeitchik has an interesting report on a screenwriter named Christopher Weekes, whose script for a odd bio-pic called "The Muppet Man" was just named the best unproduced......
  • Only one of Oscars' top winners added to National Film Registry

    Every year since 1989, the National Film Registry -- a branch of the Library of Congress -- has chosen 25 movies to preserve for posterity. This year, as usual, most of its choices aren't the ones deemed the best of their day by Hollywood -- that is,...
  • Muppet Frog Murders Muppet Woman

    Famous amphibian Kermit the Frog was charged today in the grisly murder of Jan the Muppet. Police reports say the entertainer muttered something like "that freak never opens her eyes" while being booked.
  • Growing Up With Bert And Ernie

    Growing Up With Bert And Ernie
    Mr. Hooper was OK. The little documentaries with kids narrating stories about barges, bumble bees and bottling plants were sometimes interesting. And the crudely drawn animated spots with singing, talking and counting numbers and letters, one of which...