Jim Henson: The Works: The Art, the Magic, the Imagination

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Random House Publishing Group, Oct 12, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 268 pages
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The ultimate gift for Muppet lovers everywhere, this extraordinary tribute celebrates 40 years of Henson's creative genius--from his best-known inventions to his lesser known but equally fascinating notions for everything from designs for futuristic nightclubs and homes to experimental films. 500 color illus.

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I bought this for my sister and her husband for Christmas and I am really thinking about buying my own. This is a beautiful coffee table book and the pictures are detailed and full of colors. This is ... Read full review

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Mainly a biography of Jim Henson, but with information about other key players and his major productions. A must for any Muppets fan. Read full review

Contents

Manhood gets Married begins
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including Discussions of the many TV Interesting Developments ensue and
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CHAPTER FIVE
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Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Christopher Finch was born in Guernsey in the British Channel Islands, and now lives in Los Angeles. He is an artist and photographer who had one-person shows in New York and California, and he is the author of almost thirty nonfiction books, including the bestsellers Rainbow: The Stormy Life of Judy GarlandThe Art of Walt DisneyJim Henson: The Works, and Norman Rockwell's America.

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