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Henson Podcast 116 - Jim Henson Company Holiday Greeting Cards

Henson Podcast 116 - Jim Henson Company Holiday Greeting Cards

The December 2011 episode of the Henson.com Podcast focuses on the history of the company's Christmas cards. Host Grant Baciocco interviews Karen Falk, director of The Jim Henson Company Archives.

"The first Muppet Christmas Cards were prints made by Jim Henson himself. They later became more elaborate but always reflected the corporate spirit that Jim valued!"[1]

Christmas Cards have been designed and given out by the Jim Henson Company since the early years and is a tradition that continues to this day. The cards have featured most Henson creations, including characters from Sam and Friends, Sesame Street, The Muppet Show, Fraggle Rock, Muppet Babies, The Dark Crystal, and, in recent cards, Puppet Up!, Sid the Science Kid, Dinosaur Train, and Pajanimals.

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Sources

  1. Jim Henson: The Works, Christopher Finch, 1993, Random House, p. 160-61.
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