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Muppet show: Juliet Prowse

1977

Running length: 26  minutes

 

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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.

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.

To cite or link to this item, use this identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/349