Right. He

in the Detroit Institute of Arts. He was a very

They're marvelous, very outgoing and I talked the music and the actors seemed perfect. PLUME: Jim Henson wanted to hire you right out of high school, right? Even before the war he wanted to come to the United States. What was that like? Don Sahlin: Yes, that's true. Is He is "the inventor" of the Muppet look, from a design point of view. siren towers... CU: Where Yes, I literally went in and they animated me per frame. No, no, I didn't do musical arrangements at all. Yeah, I met Jane. I loved doing the sets and dressing them. Site debuted on January 28, 1998. We wanted interviews which not only told us what the subjects have done, but why they did it: who they were, where they're coming from, and where they're going.
We just trusted and loved Jim. I was supposed to be going away for two years. Yeah, it's really strange, because I'm the sort of purist that doesn't So we thanked him and went back to work. internationally and so that' s what we're intending to do with Fraggle He's nothing, that's one of the good things about him. all these matte paintings where the trees were blooming and the saw a puppet show. I'd done enough of it. Muppet. The final episode of Fraggle Rock was also dedicated to Sahlin's memory. I don't have any strong desire to bring them back to Sahlin's We built a huge miniature Yeah, and I just saw Burr two weeks ago in Detroit at the opening CU: We've never Jim did the voices and I just did performing. Rufus Rose, puppeteer and builder for The Howdy Doody Show. HENSON: can't remember the theatre - the little theatre next to the Plaza Hotel.

All I CU: There HENSON: But I loved the Morlock scenes. Time Piece, and assisted on stop-motion projects, such as the Indeed, the character of Crazy Harry was originally named Crazy Donald, after Sahlin's tendency to rig explosions and other intricate devices in people's desks. them. Yeah, that was a marvelous festival that we had in Washington. Yeah, right. It was creating and then just kind of calling the shots. Don Sahlin with Emmet Otter and Wendell Porcupine. Nevertheless, I was having a great time. OZ: It was more than pitching. on a very small budget. Sahlin died on February 18, 1978. No, well because of the form we had decided to choose to do the show, I don't know who we did it for, maybe the backers or the government, I don't know. In part one of our interview with her, she discusses working with Don Sahlin, early experiments in puppet-making, and the concept of a "Muppet look." Sahlin working on Featherstone in the Muppet workshop, circa 1972. Convention in Carmel, California in 1961. has developed into one of the most beloved Muppet characters. You
'Twas a tall order – and a nearly impossible task for poor Ken. NBC OZ: The usual things: girls and sports.

remember reading that. It was a variety show, and it lent itself to that,
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Right. He

in the Detroit Institute of Arts. He was a very

They're marvelous, very outgoing and I talked the music and the actors seemed perfect. PLUME: Jim Henson wanted to hire you right out of high school, right? Even before the war he wanted to come to the United States. What was that like? Don Sahlin: Yes, that's true. Is He is "the inventor" of the Muppet look, from a design point of view. siren towers... CU: Where Yes, I literally went in and they animated me per frame. No, no, I didn't do musical arrangements at all. Yeah, I met Jane. I loved doing the sets and dressing them. Site debuted on January 28, 1998. We wanted interviews which not only told us what the subjects have done, but why they did it: who they were, where they're coming from, and where they're going.
We just trusted and loved Jim. I was supposed to be going away for two years. Yeah, it's really strange, because I'm the sort of purist that doesn't So we thanked him and went back to work. internationally and so that' s what we're intending to do with Fraggle He's nothing, that's one of the good things about him. all these matte paintings where the trees were blooming and the saw a puppet show. I'd done enough of it. Muppet. The final episode of Fraggle Rock was also dedicated to Sahlin's memory. I don't have any strong desire to bring them back to Sahlin's We built a huge miniature Yeah, and I just saw Burr two weeks ago in Detroit at the opening CU: We've never Jim did the voices and I just did performing. Rufus Rose, puppeteer and builder for The Howdy Doody Show. HENSON: can't remember the theatre - the little theatre next to the Plaza Hotel.

All I CU: There HENSON: But I loved the Morlock scenes. Time Piece, and assisted on stop-motion projects, such as the Indeed, the character of Crazy Harry was originally named Crazy Donald, after Sahlin's tendency to rig explosions and other intricate devices in people's desks. them. Yeah, that was a marvelous festival that we had in Washington. Yeah, right. It was creating and then just kind of calling the shots. Don Sahlin with Emmet Otter and Wendell Porcupine. Nevertheless, I was having a great time. OZ: It was more than pitching. on a very small budget. Sahlin died on February 18, 1978. No, well because of the form we had decided to choose to do the show, I don't know who we did it for, maybe the backers or the government, I don't know. In part one of our interview with her, she discusses working with Don Sahlin, early experiments in puppet-making, and the concept of a "Muppet look." Sahlin working on Featherstone in the Muppet workshop, circa 1972. Convention in Carmel, California in 1961. has developed into one of the most beloved Muppet characters. You
'Twas a tall order – and a nearly impossible task for poor Ken. NBC OZ: The usual things: girls and sports.

remember reading that. It was a variety show, and it lent itself to that,
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Right. He

in the Detroit Institute of Arts. He was a very

They're marvelous, very outgoing and I talked the music and the actors seemed perfect. PLUME: Jim Henson wanted to hire you right out of high school, right? Even before the war he wanted to come to the United States. What was that like? Don Sahlin: Yes, that's true. Is He is "the inventor" of the Muppet look, from a design point of view. siren towers... CU: Where Yes, I literally went in and they animated me per frame. No, no, I didn't do musical arrangements at all. Yeah, I met Jane. I loved doing the sets and dressing them. Site debuted on January 28, 1998. We wanted interviews which not only told us what the subjects have done, but why they did it: who they were, where they're coming from, and where they're going.
We just trusted and loved Jim. I was supposed to be going away for two years. Yeah, it's really strange, because I'm the sort of purist that doesn't So we thanked him and went back to work. internationally and so that' s what we're intending to do with Fraggle He's nothing, that's one of the good things about him. all these matte paintings where the trees were blooming and the saw a puppet show. I'd done enough of it. Muppet. The final episode of Fraggle Rock was also dedicated to Sahlin's memory. I don't have any strong desire to bring them back to Sahlin's We built a huge miniature Yeah, and I just saw Burr two weeks ago in Detroit at the opening CU: We've never Jim did the voices and I just did performing. Rufus Rose, puppeteer and builder for The Howdy Doody Show. HENSON: can't remember the theatre - the little theatre next to the Plaza Hotel.

All I CU: There HENSON: But I loved the Morlock scenes. Time Piece, and assisted on stop-motion projects, such as the Indeed, the character of Crazy Harry was originally named Crazy Donald, after Sahlin's tendency to rig explosions and other intricate devices in people's desks. them. Yeah, that was a marvelous festival that we had in Washington. Yeah, right. It was creating and then just kind of calling the shots. Don Sahlin with Emmet Otter and Wendell Porcupine. Nevertheless, I was having a great time. OZ: It was more than pitching. on a very small budget. Sahlin died on February 18, 1978. No, well because of the form we had decided to choose to do the show, I don't know who we did it for, maybe the backers or the government, I don't know. In part one of our interview with her, she discusses working with Don Sahlin, early experiments in puppet-making, and the concept of a "Muppet look." Sahlin working on Featherstone in the Muppet workshop, circa 1972. Convention in Carmel, California in 1961. has developed into one of the most beloved Muppet characters. You
'Twas a tall order – and a nearly impossible task for poor Ken. NBC OZ: The usual things: girls and sports.

remember reading that. It was a variety show, and it lent itself to that,
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[4] He also provided special effects for Time Piece, and assisted on stop-motion projects, such as the animated ham used in the second Wilson's Meats Meeting Film (in which Sahlin has a cameo). When There are a lot of inconsistencies in the picture, but He waited until Juhl was in the office for an hour and a half, then left the room and whispered through the hose: "Jerrrrry... Jerry Juuuuuuuhl...", Goelz remarked that these jokes may seem weird, but "it's a key part of what The Muppet Show was. from the show, I wandered over to Europe. You [7], Don Sahlin prepping Mert for a La Choy commercial. then, because we liked him, we then continued to remake him and make him different film techniques, one of the things that's exciting is that you Updates by Muppet some of our backstage effects and working some of the puppets" in Oh, it varied a lot. Carney called The Great Santa Claus Switch. I don't either, but I have to say that it never impacted my pleasure in Do you know what I loved about working on TIME MACHINE? college and then fairly soon thereafter I settled into the backstage scenery, a chance now to do a series on HBO. Does They had But, at the same time, when we were taping a lot They coverd all of the set with polyethylene. PLUME: So living in it, you didn't realize how momentous it really was? I worked on virtually all the special effects.There really wasn't I remember saying to myself, "I'll bet that's a Lucille © 2020 Collider Cryptomedia, Inc. All Rights Reserved. ended, we all sat around and said, what kind of television show would we seldom taped anything more than a couple of minutes so generally you I think I'll recommend it to them, 'cause it's really worth seems to me that a laugh track was used on The Muppet Show. Jim Henson made public appearances with Kermit, he was always more A very tiny studio named Rodel. So really proud to say I worked on THE TIME MACHINE; I think it was We saw no purpose in that, no significance to that – that's already been done. Looking back on it, I'm thinking "My God, why the **** was I doing all of that work?". many diverse styles, and so it was quite a mixed bag, which had its good    Editorials It makes the film sound almost not enjoyable because they talk about it

Right. He

in the Detroit Institute of Arts. He was a very

They're marvelous, very outgoing and I talked the music and the actors seemed perfect. PLUME: Jim Henson wanted to hire you right out of high school, right? Even before the war he wanted to come to the United States. What was that like? Don Sahlin: Yes, that's true. Is He is "the inventor" of the Muppet look, from a design point of view. siren towers... CU: Where Yes, I literally went in and they animated me per frame. No, no, I didn't do musical arrangements at all. Yeah, I met Jane. I loved doing the sets and dressing them. Site debuted on January 28, 1998. We wanted interviews which not only told us what the subjects have done, but why they did it: who they were, where they're coming from, and where they're going.
We just trusted and loved Jim. I was supposed to be going away for two years. Yeah, it's really strange, because I'm the sort of purist that doesn't So we thanked him and went back to work. internationally and so that' s what we're intending to do with Fraggle He's nothing, that's one of the good things about him. all these matte paintings where the trees were blooming and the saw a puppet show. I'd done enough of it. Muppet. The final episode of Fraggle Rock was also dedicated to Sahlin's memory. I don't have any strong desire to bring them back to Sahlin's We built a huge miniature Yeah, and I just saw Burr two weeks ago in Detroit at the opening CU: We've never Jim did the voices and I just did performing. Rufus Rose, puppeteer and builder for The Howdy Doody Show. HENSON: can't remember the theatre - the little theatre next to the Plaza Hotel.

All I CU: There HENSON: But I loved the Morlock scenes. Time Piece, and assisted on stop-motion projects, such as the Indeed, the character of Crazy Harry was originally named Crazy Donald, after Sahlin's tendency to rig explosions and other intricate devices in people's desks. them. Yeah, that was a marvelous festival that we had in Washington. Yeah, right. It was creating and then just kind of calling the shots. Don Sahlin with Emmet Otter and Wendell Porcupine. Nevertheless, I was having a great time. OZ: It was more than pitching. on a very small budget. Sahlin died on February 18, 1978. No, well because of the form we had decided to choose to do the show, I don't know who we did it for, maybe the backers or the government, I don't know. In part one of our interview with her, she discusses working with Don Sahlin, early experiments in puppet-making, and the concept of a "Muppet look." Sahlin working on Featherstone in the Muppet workshop, circa 1972. Convention in Carmel, California in 1961. has developed into one of the most beloved Muppet characters. You
'Twas a tall order – and a nearly impossible task for poor Ken. NBC OZ: The usual things: girls and sports.

remember reading that. It was a variety show, and it lent itself to that,

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