Bartlett's short "Lillian, Big Sister"

Craig Bartlett (b. 1956) is an animation artist who created the Nickelodeon animated series Hey Arnold! and also served stints on Ren and Stimpy and Rugrats. Prior to that, however, he worked as a stop-motion animator for Will Vinton and others and produced shorts for Sesame Street in the early 1990s, with characters laid flat against clay backdrops. One of these starred Arnold, later to be adapted for cel animation, and was the third of three Arnold shorts.

Bartlett worked with The Jim Henson Company on several projects. He served as producer and writer for The Skrumps, served as a writer and story editor on Sid the Science Kid, wrote the first Unstable Fables feature, 3 Pigs and a Baby, and is the creator and executive producer of Jim Henson's Dinosaur Train.


  • Lillian, Big Sister (First: Episode 2746) -- Lillian discusses the adjustments she had to make when her parents had a new baby. She ultimately appreciates her sister. Included on the VHS release A New Baby in My House.
  • Lillian and Pride (First: Episode 2749) -- Lillian recalls the time she joined her parents and baby sister on a hike up the hill. Lillian hiked to the top herself, and is proud of the fact.
  • Arnold Rides His Chair (First: Episode 2754) -- Arnold demonstrates the power of imagination, taking a journey without ever leaving his chair. Included in the video release Imagine That.

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